Tiger (2007 film)

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Tiger
TigerBengalifilm.jpg
Poster of Tiger
Directed by Swapan Saha
Produced by Nispal Singh
Ram Talluri
Written by A.R. Murugadoss
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Debashree Roy
Rajatava Dutta
Music by Jeet Gannguli
Cinematography Girish Gangadharan
Edited by Ram Talluri
Distributed by SRT Entertainment
Release date
  • 11 October 2007 (2007-10-11)
Country India
Language Bengali

Tiger is a 2007 Bengali Vigilante film directed by Swapan Saha. The film featured Mithun Chakraborty and Debashree Roy. It is the remake of Tamil film Ramanaa stars Vijaykanth in lead role. Gabbar in Hindi was made from this film. Gabbar had Akshay Kumar in lead role.

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Synopsis

The film deals with the journey of a professor along with his ex-students, to end corruption. Professor Indrajeet Sen, a grief-stricken professor of Rammohan College Kolkata vows to end corruption among the state government officials, after his wife and son are killed in a building collapse. Will he be able to accomplish his mission with the help of his ex-students, who are employed at various government offices?

Cast

Music

Tiger
Soundtrack album by
Released2007
Recorded2007
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Producer Nispal Singh
Jeet Gannguli chronology
I Love You
(2007)
Tiger
(2007)
Lal Kalo
(2008)
Singles from Tiger

Subhayu Bedajna and Jeet Gannguli composed the music for Tiger.

No.TitleMusicLength
1."Bou Didi Go Amar"Jeet Gannguli 
2."Chupi Chupi Ru Ru Ru"Jeet Gannguli 
3."Ghum Ay Na 2"Jeet Gannguli 
4."Ghum Ay Na"Jeet Gannguli 
5."Porish Na Geracoley"Jeet Gannguli 

Release

The film released on 11 October 2007. It was a critical and a commercial success. The film was rated 3.5 out of 5 stars. [1]

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References

  1. The Times of India.