Sesh Anka - Bengali Movie - 3/13


The Bengali Film Sesh Anka was released In the Year 1955 starring Uttam Kumar, Sharmila Tagore, Bikash Roy, Kamal Mitra, Sabitri Chatterjee, Utpal Dutta, Pahari Sanyal, Tarun Kumar, Renuka Roy, Jiban Basu, Shefali Banerjee, and Deepak Mukherjee. The Bengali Film Is Directed by Haridas Bhattacharya. Pabitra Chattopadhyay Scored the Music in the Film. SYNOPSIS: A very interesting movie where suspense dominates the whole proceeding from begging to end. This is a very eventful drama with lot of twists and turns. Superb screenplay and memorable performances by actors made this movie a rare gem in Bengali fim history. Sudhansu is a rich businessman who had been a bitter marital experience earlier, decided to marry a famous rich girl Soma after the demise of his first wife Kalpana. Soma is an urban, cultured, loving daughter of a renowned and reputed Law professional. She knows about the early life of Sudhansu and feels for him. Everybody knows that Kalpana had a psychological problem and she committed suicide. Soma too heard about it but she is now looking for a great future with Sudhansu. But at the night of their marriage function a Bengali middleclass lady enters into the drama and claims herself as Kalpana. Sudhansu denies it but did not show the proof to police and the marriage temporarily postponed. After that a series of investigation takes place but Sudhansu fails to convince police that the lady is not Kalpana. Every photographs of Sudhansu's album contain that lady ...

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