Arjun Aamar Naam

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Arjun Aamar Naam
Directed byPrabir Nandi
Written byJarathi Som
Starring Soumitra Chatterjee
Abhishek Chatterjee
Santu Mukhopadhyay
Sukhen Das
Music byAmit Dasgupta
Angel Digital Private Limited
Release date
  • 2003 (2003)
Running time
147 minutes

Arjun Aamar Naam is a Bengali action drama film directed by Prabir Nandi and produced by Jayanta Bhattacharya. This film was released in 2003 in the banner of Angel Digital Private Limited. [1]



Arjun lives in a village. He lost his father and lives with his mother and maternal uncles. He is very helpful hence become popular to the villagers. He faces a lot of problem and obstacles from the rich and powerful persons of the village. At the end he overcomes all the problems and finds his own family. [2]


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