Asha O Bhalobasha

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Asha O Bhalobasha
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Directed by Sujit Guha
Produced byMamani Films
Written byShaktipada Rajguru
Screenplay byShaktipada Rajguru
Tapendu Gangopadhyay
Story byShaktipada Rajguru
Tapendu Gangopadhyay
Starring Prasenjit Chatterjee
Deepika Chikhalia
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Distributed byAngel Digital
Release date
1989
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 30 Lakhs
Box office 3.6 Crore

Asha O Bhalobasha (English: Hope and Love) is a 1989 Indian Bengali-language directed by Sujit Guha and produced by Mamani Films under the banner of Mamani Films. The film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee and Deepika Chikhalia in the lead roles. The music was composed by Bappi Lahiri. [1] [2] [3] [4] The film was commercially successful at the box office solidifying the position of Prosenjit Chatterjee in the Bengali film industry.

Contents

Cast

Soundtrack

SongSinger
"Natobar Naagor Tumi" Kishore Kumar
"Tumi Aamar Asha" Kishore Kumar
"Pahaarer Jangole" Asha Bhosle
"Beshi Ki Boli, Jakhon Boli Tumi Aamar Sob" Asha Bhosle , Bappi Lahiri
O Pahaar, O Akash" Sharon Prabhakar
"Ruby Ruby" Sharon Prabhakar
"Paala Re, O Gopal" Anasuya Majumdar

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