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Directed by Anup Sengupta
Produced bySandeep Agarwal, Jay Agarwal
Written byDibyendu Roy
Starring Bonny Sengupta
Koushani Mukherjee
Tota Roychowdhury
Kanchana Moitra
Music byDev Sen
Echo Entertainment Pvt. Ltd
Release date
  • 25 October 2019 (2019-10-25)(Kolkata)
Country India
Language Bengali

Jaanbaaz is an Bengali crime drama film directed by Anup Sengupta. [1] [2] This film was released on 25 October 2019 under the banner of Echo Entertainment Private Limited. [3] [4]



This is a love story of a gangstar and an undercover lady cop. Bikram works for a gang of coal mafia in Dhanbad area but by heart he is a good man. He falls in love with a mysterious woman without knowing her true identities. She is an Indian Police Service officer deputed to destroy the coal mafia. [5] [1] [6] The series starring Bonny Sengupta, Koushani Mukherjee, Tota Roychowdhury in the main roles. [7]



Soundtrack album by
Dev Sen
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label SVF Music
Producer Sandeep Agarwal, Jay Agarwal
Singles from Jaanbaaz
  1. "Tui Je Aamar (তুই যে আমার)"
  2. "Main Botal Ki Rani (ম্যায় বোতল কি রানী)"
  3. "Jaanbaaz (Title Song)"

All music is composed by Dev Sen.

1."Tui Je Aamar (তুই যে আমার)" Jubin Nautiyal, Antara Mitra  
2."Main Botal Ki Rani (ম্যায় বোতল কি রানী)" Ritu Pathak  
3."Jaanbaaz (Title Song)" Dev Negi  

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