Shubha Kamana

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Shubha Kamana
Directed by Anup Sengupta
Produced by Rajib Das
Saibal Mitra
Starring Tapas Paul
Debashree Roy
Madhabi Mukherjee
Anil Chatterjee
Deepankar De
Madhabi Mukherjee
Music by Ajoy Das
Release date
1991 (1991)
Country India
Language Bengali

Shubha Kamana is a 1991 Bengali film directed by Anup Sengupta. [1] This film produced by Rajib Das and Saibal Mitra. [2]

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This film has been music composed by Ajoy Das. [5]

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