Phiriye Dao (1994)

Bangla Movie Phiriye Dao (1994)
Bengali movie Phiriye Dao starring Rakhee Gulzar, Chiranjeet, Satabdi Roy, Abhishek Chatterjee, Deepankar Dey, Soumitra Banerjee, Biplab Chatterjee, Rabi Ghosh, Dilip Roy, Dulal Lahiri, Shreela Majumdar, Pallabi Chatterjee was released in 1994. The movie was directed by Chiranjeet and produced by Shakti Films. Bappi Lahiri scored the music in the movie.

Phiriye Dao Movie Details
Directed by : Chiranjeet
Produced by : Shakti Films
Starring : Rakhee Gulzar, Chiranjeet, Satabdi Roy, Abhishek Chatterjee, Deepankar Dey, Soumitra Banerjee, Biplab Chatterjee, Rabi Ghosh, Dilip Roy, Dulal Lahiri, Shreela Majumdar, Pallabi Chatterjee
Music by : Bappi Lahiri
Release date(s) : 1994
Running time : 162 minutes
Country : India
Language : Bengali

Plot: An amateur photographer was shooting the natural panorama around a hill resort. Suddenly he came to see a gang of hooligans looting a government treasure from a police van. Soon he clicked a few snaps of those incidents, unfortunately the miscreants saw him clicking & started chasing him to wipe off the evidence of looting & murdering. Fearing the worse he came running to the house of Mr. Chowdhuri & handed over the negatives to Mr. Chowdhuri & requested him to hand over the same to the police. When he went back to his own house, there both he & his wife were murdered by the robbers. Mr. Chowdhuri, an executive was residing in a decent house with his wife, ailing daughter & his son young Arjun. As soon as his daughter’s birthday celebrations were over the hooligans came & wanted the negative. When they learnt that the same was not there with Mr. Chowdhuri they disbelieved it & killed Mr. Chowduri & his daughter mercilessly in front of Mrs. Chowdhuri. How ever Arjun escaped. Young Arjun experienced a brutal murder of his father & sister. Mrs. Chowdhuri became spellbound out of her traumatic shock & lost her speech in fear. Arjun was forced to leave his house along with his mother to an unknown destination in search of safety. A Chinese refugee was staying in the hilly town. He had a small tea shop. From there Arjun stole bread for his mother & was caught red handed. The Chinese fellow was very much compassionate. He gave them shelter in his own hut. There Arjun was brought up under the care of the refugee shop keeper. He taught Arjun the art of karate and kungfu for his self defence. Arjun, by dint of his dedication and practice, quickly mastered marshal art. He took an oath to give a good lesson to his father’s killer. One day when he was singing besides a rapid suddenly he found a pretty girl was rolling into the stream. He rescued her. She was a bar singer named Antara, who was going to perform a stage show. Now after few days, when his compassionate Chinese uncle was brutally murdered by unknown fellows he had to move elsewhere. He rediscovered Antara in her flat at the nearby town, where he & his deaf mother took refuge. After few days both Antara & Arjun started liking each other. In fact it is Antara who gave Arjun a place in her working place as a bar singer. Arjun started loving Antara, but he didn’t expressed it. Antara got impatient, then the Police officer of Palaspur started playing foul to hurt Arjun. He became a famous singer by the time & with the links he had, he traced the murderers of his father & killed them one by one. Meanwhile Arjun & Antara married each other. For taking the law in his own hand Arjun had four years of jail. He came out after four years & started living happily.

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