Movies results for "radhamohan-bhattacharya"
1963 | 123 min
Nyayadanda is a 1963 Indian Bengali film, directed by Mangal Chakravarty and Produced by Radhanakrishna Sharma. The film stars Radhamohan Bhattacharya, Asit Baran, Jahar Ganguly and Tarun Kumar in lead roles. The music of the film was composed by Ali Akbar Khan. more»
Jhinder Bondi| 1968
1968 | 103 min
The story of Jhinder Bondi is set in the surrounding of Jhind, a historical place in Madhya Pradesh. Sankar Singh, the prospective king of Jhind was abducted even before his coronation as a result of a dangerous plan, devised by his brother Udit and his corrupt ally Mayur Bahan. The truth is kept as a secret to prevent Udit from gaining the throne and a trusted troupe is sent to search for Sankar Singh throughout the country. Whilst searching vigorously for the prospective ruler Sankar Singh one of the royal guard spots, a young man from Calcutta, named Gauri Sankar Roy. The man bears an uncanny similarity with the real king hence the Royal guard requests him to play the proxy for the abducted king. Gauri Sankar, the adventurous man after hearing the cobweb of mystery that clouds Jhind agrees to act as the king of Jhind hence accompanies guard to the kingdom. The story moved on further and Gauri Sankar was crowned as the king of Jhind. The cunning Mayur Bahan and the baffled Udit devise a number of plans to destroy Gauri Sankar, however all goes in vain and the young Gauri Sankar with the help of Dewan, sardar and Rudrarup eludes them. However the story as we see Kasturibai , the queen of Jharoa, neighboring kingdom betrothed to Sankar, the real king. Gauri Sankar as the role-player again passes the test of being Sankar, the ruler during the engagement ceremony and wins the heart of Kasturibai. Sankar gradually started liking Kasturi and is torn inside because of his guilt. The search for the real Sankar Singh however still continues and the news of his whereabouts within no time reaches Sardar and Dewan. Meanwhile, Sardar also reveals an interesting story that links Gauri Sankar with that of a royal heritage and proves him to be a rather deserving candidate of Jhind than that of the original ruler. more»