|Directed by||Rabi Kinagi|
|Produced by||Nispal Singh|
|Written by||N. K. Salil|
|Based on||Joy Maa Kali Boarding (play)|
|Starring|| Jisshu Sengupta |
|Music by||Jeet Gannguli|
|Cinematography||Iswar Chandra Barik|
|2 hours 34 minutes|
Jio Pagla (Bengali: জিও পাগলা Jiō Pāglā) is a 2017 Indian Bengali comedy film directed by Ravi Kinagi.
The film was based on the Bengali movie Joy Maa Kali Boarding ( which was based on the play of same name) and which was an inspiration for the Hindi movie Biwi Aur Makan (1966), Marathi movie Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi (1989), Telugu movie Chitram Bhalare Vichitram (1991), two Kannada movies - Bombat Hendthi (1992) and Olu Saar Bari Olu (2003), Tamil movie Aanazhagan (1995) , Punjabi movie Mr & Mrs 420 (2014) and Hindi movie Paying Guests (2009).
Ananta, Sujoy, Ananda and Rajasaunkar Dhol who were very close friends from childhood. Ananta, a fashion photographer lived in a rented house, which is owned by Khagen Mal. His three friends lived at their native place. Ananda has to come to Kolkata and live with Ananta for his job at Kolkata. After that, Sujoy came to Kolkata for interview for the Dance Paglu Dance and Rajsaunkar came to Kolkata being chased from his work in theaters. In a dramatic turn of events, all the friends are forced to live together at Ananta's rented home. One day Khogen catches them red-handed doing mischief with his third wife, Tola Boudi and forces them to vacate the house. After a lot of searching they found a home where they could at least live but they needed family. So they decided that Sujoy and Dhol have to pretend to be Ananda's and Ananta's wife. Gradually they everyone got their girlfriends, found their girlfriends having relation to the members of the same house and by some turn of events they all got to know everything. But Nepal Khan, the leader Nepal Khan bn Complex, associating with Khagen Mal, kidnapped them and threatened the family members to sign, for that he could complete his building project. The team of four friends reached there and fought with them and while fighting all makeups were removed and the family members also got to know about it. After all of the winning, they apologized to them and the family happily forgived them and appreciated them.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Singles from Jio Pagla|
All lyrics are written by Prasenjit Mallick, Priyo Chatterjee; all music is composed by Jeet Gannguli.
|1.||"Jio Pagla Title track "||Prasenjit Mallick||Benny Dayal, Monali Thakur||3:57|
|2.||"Hawai Hawai "||Prasenjit Mallick||Dev Negi, Monali Thakur|
|3.||"Goribini Maa "||Priyo Chatterjee||Payal Dev||3:32|
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