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Lalmahal  (1986 - Bengali)

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

    This is a story of two teenage lovers whose love becomes matured in adulthood. Alok is a simple boy who works as a helper in a jeep in a hill station. Munni, a local girl, favours Alok. They fall in love with each other. But Munni has to go for marriage due to her father's indulgence. Munni and Alok become isolated from each other. Alok has been charged a false murder case. Dicky, a smuggler and a murderer saves Alok and gives him shelter in his group. One day Dicky gives an assignment to Alok, to accompany a lady named Shovona in a hill station. This is a part of a planning to grasp the property of Dipak Surakia, a businessman millionaire. Shovona has to be killed and Alok, will help in that murder, so that the blame can be heaped upon Dipak. Everything goes according to plan. But suddenly one day Alok comes to know about a locket that he gifted to Munni is now on Shovona's neck. He then discovers Shavona is his Munni but Shovona does not recognize Aloke. Aloke falls in dillema. Aloke has to now save his love, Munni. Dicky assigns a murderer for killing Shovona and Aloke too, because Dicky does not want to keep the proof of the murder of Shovona. But Aloke ultimately comes to understand the whole plan of Dicky. He cleverly saves Shovona and himself too and sends the group members of Dicky, including Dicky to their ultimate destination, death. Shovona comes to know about Aloke's identification and the teenage lovers unite.

     
 

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