Mon Mane Na Bengali Full Movie
Mon Mane Na - Kolkata Bengali/Bangla Movie Full Movie Watch Online Bengali-language Indian native B...
Mon Mane Na - Kolkata Bengali/Bangla Movie Full Movie Watch Online
Bengali-language Indian native Bengali film Mon Mane Na was launched upon 5 Dec 08. This specific movie is actually Aimed through Sujit Guha as well as Made by Surinder Movies. The actual Songs of the movie is actually aimed through Jeet Ganguly and also the top stars of the movie tend to be Dev as well as Koel Mullick. Which movie is really put in place with the 1995 All of us loving humor movie Portugal Hug. The actual spending budget of the film had been Rs 3. 5 crore.
Film: Mon Maane Naa
Cast: Dev, Koel Mallick, Subhashish Mukherjee, Biswajit Chakarborty, Tapas Paul, NK Salil and others
Director: Sujit Guha
This one is a perfect mixed moshla. Take Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin as the principle ingredient, put in a dash of Jab We Met to it, garnish with a sprinkling of Pyar To Hona Hi Tha and the Mon Maane Naa feast is ready to be savoured by the audience. In spite of a near-perfect frame by frame copy of the Aamir Khan-Pooja Bhatt Dil Hai... starrer, Sujit Guha's venture doesn't fail to entertain.
Rahul (Dev) is a mixture of Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin's Raghu Jaitley (only this time Dev isn't a reporter) and Pyar To Hona Hi Tha's Shekhar essayed by Ajay Devgan. Rahul steals a diamond necklace to meet the different needs of his joint family. On his way to Darjeeling, he meets Riya (Koel) the daughter of a businessman, who is fleeing home to meet her man, software engineer Bonny. Riya however, is an assortment of Kajol's Sanjana act in Pyar... and Pooja Dharamchand in Dil...
The duo board the same bus and after she falls on his lap with the sudden start of the vehicle, Dev even mouths the 'Uparwala jab deta hai chhapar far ke deta hai dialogue'. The couple falls in love in the course of their journey and the rest, as they say, is history. Going by the catcalls, cheers, serpentine queues before the ticket counter and comments like 'fatafati boi' at the movie's end, one can assume that the onscreen Premer Kahini started by Dev and Koel has certainly gone a step further with Mon...
If your taste borders on the spicy and tangy, this is the film to settle for.