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Bombaiyer Bombete (2003)

Satyajit Ray's creation Feluda travels to Mumbai with his nephew Topshe to witness a film being made on a story written by their author-friend Lalmohan Ganguly under his pen-name Jatayu. Trouble follows them.


Sandip Ray


Rajendra Choudhary (hindi dialogue), Sandip Ray (screenplay) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Sabyasachi Chakrabarty ... Prodosh Mitra (Feluda)
Parambrata Chattopadhyay ... Tapesh (Topshe)
Bibhu Bhattacharya Bibhu Bhattacharya ... Lalmohan Ganguly (Jatayu)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Masood Akhtar ... Swaruplal
Joy Badlani ... Journalist
Paran Banerjee ... Pulak Ghosal (as Paran Bandyopadhyay)
Chitrabhanu Basu Chitrabhanu Basu
Bimal Das Bimal Das
Tapan Das Tapan Das
Arunabha Dutta Arunabha Dutta
Rajatabha Dutta
Sumit Ganguly Sumit Ganguly ... (as Sumit Gangopadhyay)
Prakashnath Jha Prakashnath Jha
Shakeel Khan Shakeel Khan
Narayan Kundu Narayan Kundu


Lalmohan Ganguly's Book Bombaiyer Bombete is made into a Hindi feature film. Thus Feluda, Lalmohanbabu and Topshe goes to Mumbai. Soon a murder takes place in Mumbai. Can Feluda solve the mystery of the mysterious person named Sanyal and a dangerous smuggling gang?

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Bomayier Bombete - such a disappointment
22 April 2007 | by debacsSee all my reviews

I did not expect it to be like Sonar Kella or Joy Baba Felunath, but had heard that this film was somewhat popular when it was released. It was such a big disappointment! There is nothing good in it; weak script, except Sabyasachi others are like 3rd graded TV actors (especially unbearable was the Lal Mohan Ganguly, played by Bibhu Bhattacharya); very ordinary direction with an utterly poor and cheap production. Long time back I had seen some TV series based on Satyajit Ray's short-stories made by Sandeep Ray. It was OK. So had thought it would be at least have some substance. But it has none. One should avoid this awful movie by any cost, specially if he/she had seen any other Feluda movie made by late Ray. It looks like a mediocre TV series at best. Actually I have found parts of 'Baksho Rohoshyo', someone uploaded in youtube, which looks much much better than this Bombaiyer Bombete. I am really surprised how a person who had the chance to witness a director like Sr. Ray from that close can make such a poor quality movie. Its a real crap.

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December 2003 (India) See more »

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