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Sadhu Babar Lathi  (2008 - Bengali)

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  • rahul sengupta
    rahul senguptawrote on Nov 21 2008 6:59PM

    Nabin Saha gets a speak of a dead Sadhu Baba (Saint) from his uncle. He takes the stick with him for a journey. On the way a local crook Nemai Roy makes friend with Nabin. When he learns that Nabin would cross the haunted “Ghurbuner Math” alone with Rs. 30,000/- he plans to rob Nabin. He ties up with the dacoits. Sota Gunda and slowly misleads the simple Nabin toward his den. Meanwhile Nabin’s friend Jagai and Madai advance towards at the same “Ghurbuner Math” in search of a hidden treasure but sense something wrong. They cross the field to reach Harirpurer Kella (fort) to discover Nabin fighting the dacoits alone with Sadhu Baba’s Stick. The three musketeers win the battle. But the dacoits send Nemai once again to steal the stick after knowing its supernatural prowess. When Nemai comes back to Nabin’s village Haripur he reveals that the stick already become famous. Two other villainous people Hiru (a dacoit) and Panu (the local hoodlum) approach Nemai and threaten him to get the stick. Though after a lot of fuss Nemai manages to steal the stick from Nabin’s courtyard, he can do nothing with it. In fact no one can bear fruits from it as all the three gangs clash with each other only to bash up themselves. Nabin, Jagai and Madai get back the stick and install it upon the grave of Sadhu Baba.


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