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Chirodini ... Tumi Je Aamar (English: You Are Mine Eternally) is a 2008 Indian Bengali film directed by Raj Chakraborty. This is a remake of Tamil film Kaadhal (2004) directed by Balaji Sakthivel.


Krishna (Rahul Banerjee) is a hardworking scooter mechanic in Siliguri and life goes on smoothly for him until the rich schoolgirl Pallavi (Priyanka Sarkar) fixes her eyes on him. The infatuation reaches dangerous levels when she persuades Krishna to remove her from the clutches of her family, who have other plans for their future. The film begins with the escape when Pallavi steps out of her house in her school uniform and even leaves her watch, as Krishna has instructed her not to take anything with her. The two rush to a shopping center, where Pallavi hastily puts on a boy's shirt, pants and cap, leaves her uniform and the two of them get on the bus.

The flashback as points of view between Pallavi and Krishna is interrupted with Pallavi's don-like father and uncle terrorizing the neighborhood in search of the pregnant girl. Krishna reluctantly gives in to her charm and the two run to Kolkata. Krishna's friend Ali (Rudranil Ghosh) and his group in Calcutta help them and the lovers get married. The couple concludes their union while the Chaos boys hastily organize a neat wedding and lavish reception.

The family tracks down the couple and offers to come back. When they return, Pallavi's family separates them. Krishna is beaten by her father's gang. Pallavi agrees to marry another man in order to save Krishna's life and loses meaning. Krishna took a bangle from Pallavi's hand and left this place. While she believes this decision is best and moves on with her life.

A few years later, Pallavi is married to another man and has a baby with him. One day she meets a crazy man on the street with her husband and baby. Pallavi quickly realizes that the mad man is none other than Krishna when she discovers her name on his chest, which he had carved as a token of love all those years ago. Krishna had lost his memory and sanity due to the severe attack by Pallavi's father and relatives, which resulted in permanent brain damage. She is in a complete state of shock when she witnesses Krishna's deplorable state. She tries to revive his memory and bring him back to his senses. However, Krishna's condition had reached the worst phase and he does not recognize it even according to her constant conviction. He leaves her and goes away. Pallavi is left in utter grief and guilt as she blames herself for Krishna's bad fate.




The music of Chirodini Tumi Je Amar, composed by Jeet Gannguli, Chandan Sharma, was released in India on August 15, 2008. dtrack was number one in the music charts for several weeks in a row. Chirodini Tumi Je Amar's media partner is the Bengali music broadcaster Sangeet Bangla.

song Singer Lyric (s) Duration
U La La (male) Jeet Gannguli 4:10
Batashey Gungun June Banerjee, Jeet Gannguli Priyo Chattopadhyay 5:00
Pante Taali Jeet Gannguli and choir Priyo Chattopadhyay 3:51
Piya Re Piya Re Zubeen Garg Priyo Chattopadhyay 2:14
U La La (female) June Banerjee Priyo Chattopadhyay 2:18
Jhiri Jhiri June Banerjee Priyo Chattopadhyay 3:24

Box office and reviews

Mahendra Soni of Shree Venkatesh Films spent 1 crore on the production of the film and they earned about 2 crore. Chirodini published 40 prints and Venkatesh has more.

Reviews and critiques

The Telegraph reviewed this film: “Chirodini ... Tumi Je Aamar might as well be a version of QSQT or any other tragic teenage love story put to death on screen. But Raj Chakraborty's directorial debut turns the cliché upside down and makes an entertainer of two hours and 20 minutes, without the stickiness, sloppiness and meaningless melodrama typical of Tollywood ... Chirodini's strength is the script - intelligent, crisp and racy with neat shot divisions, lifelike situations and convincing characters. "

Commented on, "The script stalled after the devilish uncle took the couple away, but until then it was going smoothly. Priyanka and Rahul offer the freshness that Bengali cinema has expected for many years. They are young, absolutely new and tried to do the best justice to the script, although the script supports Priyanka more than Rahul.The original note is that the film begins with the couple escaping to top-angle shots of the love affair in the first half repeats itself a little and the scenes in the girl's house are superfluous. "

"Preetam Choudhury's production design is stunning and realistic. Jeet's music goes very well with Gautam-Susmit's lyrics and fits in very well with the theme and story of the film. Premendu Bikash Chaki's cinematography is brilliant in the second half, but not as good first. This is a good debut where the footage is too long and the dream scenes stick out like thumb pain. Raj also made Priyanka dance around in a towel, but it doesn't look vulgar. A good debut from a young director. One just hopes that he can maintain the standard he set with his first film. The film deserves one star for production design, one star for acting, and one for cinematography. "


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