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Lalan Fakir  (1987 - Bengali)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on May 22 2008 7:04PM

    This is a story about a Hindu religious person named Lalan Kar (Ashim Kumar). He was a good musician who lived with his old windowed mother (Padma Debi) and a beautiful inocent wife, Tulsi (Mohua Roychowdhury). One day Lalon went to Puri with his friends. At the time of returning home he was seriously ill in a boat. He had chicken pox. The other passengers of the boat did not agree to travel with him. They threw him into the sea. But he was alive. A muslim woman picked him up from the seaside and brought him to her house. She was a poor muslim house wife named Fatema (Dipti Roy). She and her daughter Moti (Sandhya Roy) nursed him and after some time Lalon was totaly cured. A fakir (Asit Baran) also helped him. Lalon lost his memory. Fakir tried to recollect his own identity. After some time he remembered his past and came back to hom. But the Hindu society did not accept him because he had stayed with a muslim family. Again he refused his family and came back to his adopted mother's house. And he became a fakir "Lalon fakir". Lalon was tought music and knowledge about god by his master fakir. He left the place with Moti and travelled to different places to distribute his knowledge about god into all uneducated, general people. Some people agreeed with him but some cruel people tried to kill him. The master of Hindu & Muslim society tried to stop him, but they could not and he become famous in name of Lalon fakir among all people.


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