Ram Dhakka is a 1966 Indian Bengali film, directed by Taru Mukherjee. The film stars Ashim Dr, Praveen Chowdhury and Jahar Roy in lead roles. Music of the film was composed by Manna Dey.
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Ghoom Bhangar Gaan| 1965
Ghoom Bhangar Gaan
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Kathin Maya| 1961
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