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Kakhono Biday Bolo Na  (2010 - Bengali)

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  • Aditya Chakrabarty
    Aditya Chakrabartywrote on Sep 12 2010 11:44AM

    Akash stays in North Bengal with his parents, sisters, grandfather and his brother in law. A rich man called Amit falls in love with Chutki at first sight.Amit’s father goes to Chutki’s house to fix their marriage.Akash comes to North Bengal as he studies in Kolkata.Just a few days before the marriage, Chutki fractures her leg so the marriage is postponed for a few days.Amit’s grandmother also falls ills before the marriage date and she wants both her grandson and her granddaughter Anjali to get married on the same date. So the family members start to look out for a groom for Anjali.They get hold of someone but on the day of the marriage, the groom flees and marries someone else. In these circumstances Amit’s father asks Akash to marry his daughter, but he refuses to do so and so his entire family goes against him.

    Akash tells Amit that he can not keep Anjali happy if he marries her because On the day when he came from Kolkata, his girl friend Varsha had been killed by a goon.Akash had killed that goon and told the police about his crime. He had decided to surrender after Chutki’s marriage and so he does not want to spoil Anjali’s life by marrying her.

    After knowing everything, both families forgive Akash and bear with him.Akash surrenders to the police.


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