Mahaguru (2007 film)

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Mahaguru
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Directed by Anup Sengupta
Produced by Anup Sengupta
Nimai Panja
Piya Sengupta
Screenplay by N.K. Salil
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Jisshu Sengupta
Debashree Roy
Biswajit Chakraborty
Anu Choudhury
Music by Ashok Bhadra
Release date
July 2007
Running time
138 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget Rs 1 Crore [1]

Mahaguru is a 2007 Indian Bengali-language film directed by Anup Sengupta, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Debashree Roy, Jisshu Sengupta, George Baker and Anu Choudhury. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Cast

Music

The album is composed by Ashok Bhadra, while lyrics are penned by Goutam Susmit.

#TitleSinger(s)Length
1"Bhalobasi Bhalobasi - 1" Priya Bhattacharya 04:11
2"Bhalobasi Bhalobasi - 2" Miss Jojo 04:06
3"Kholre Botol Aajke" Kumar Sanu, Priya Bhattacharya 05:32
4"Ogo Saathi Aamar (Duet Version)" Kumar Sanu, Sadhana Sargam 05:37
5"Ogo Saathi Aamar (Male Version)" Kumar Sanu 05:37
6"Ogo Saathi Aamar (Female Version)" Sadhana Sargam 05:37
7"Bina Tole Sur"Aritra Sarkar05.24

Box office

The film had a seven-week run in Calcutta, and earned a profit of over rupees 25 lakhs against a budget of rupees 1 crore. [1]

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