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Kartavya: A Bengali Drama Film
Kartavya (Bengali: কর্তব্য) is a 2003 Indian Bengali-language drama film directed by Swapan Saha and produced by Pijush Saha and Subrata Saha Roy. It is a remake of the 2001 Tamil-language film Samudhiram. The film stars Prosenjit Chatterjee, Rachana Banerjee, Abhishek Chatterjee, and Anu Chowdhury in the lead roles.
The film revolves around the lives of three brothers who are very close to each other. The eldest brother, Rajat (Prosenjit Chatterjee), is a successful lawyer who is married to Nandini (Rachana Banerjee), a doctor. The second brother, Raja (Abhishek Chatterjee), is a college student who falls in love with Priya (Anu Chowdhury), a dancer. The youngest brother, Rahul (Tapas Paul), is a school teacher who is engaged to Rina (Laboni Sarkar), a journalist.
Their happy family life is shattered when Rajat takes up a case against a powerful politician, Pratap Singh (Rajesh Sharma), who is accused of raping and murdering a young girl. Pratap Singh vows to take revenge on Rajat and his family. He hires goons to attack Rajat's house and kidnap Nandini. Rajat manages to rescue Nandini, but she suffers a miscarriage and becomes infertile.
Meanwhile, Raja and Priya elope and get married, as Priya's father (Biplab Chatterjee) does not approve of their relationship. Pratap Singh also targets them and tries to kill them in a bomb blast. Raja and Priya survive, but Priya loses her eyesight.
Rahul and Rina also face trouble when Pratap Singh exposes Rina's past as a prostitute and blackmails her to testify against Rajat in court. Rahul stands by Rina and marries her, despite the opposition from his family and society.
The three brothers decide to fight back against Pratap Singh and his cronies. They join forces with an honest police officer, Inspector Roy (Rajatava Dutta), and gather evidence against Pratap Singh. They also expose his involvement in various illegal activities, such as drug trafficking, arms smuggling, and human trafficking.
In the climax, the three brothers confront Pratap Singh in his farmhouse and engage in a fierce battle with him and his men. They manage to kill Pratap Singh and his henchmen, but also suffer serious injuries. The film ends with the three brothers being taken to the hospital by their wives, while Inspector Roy salutes them for their bravery and justice.
Prosenjit Chatterjee as Rajat
Rachana Banerjee as Nandini
Abhishek Chatterjee as Raja
Anu Chowdhury as Priya
Tapas Paul as Rahul
Laboni Sarkar as Rina
Rajesh Sharma as Pratap Singh
Rajatava Dutta as Inspector Roy
Biplab Chatterjee as Priya's father
Koushik Banerjee as Pratap Singh's son
Subhasish Mukherjee as Pratap Singh's lawyer
Bodhisattwa Majumdar as Judge
Kartavya was a commercial success at the box office, earning more than 10 crore rupees. It was also well received by the critics, who praised the performances of the lead actors, especially Prosenjit Chatterjee. The film was also appreciated for its action sequences, music, and message of brotherhood and justice.
Kartavya was the second collaboration between Prosenjit Chatterjee and Rachana Banerjee, after their hit film Sathi (2002).
Kartavya was the last film of Tapas Paul, who died in 2020 due to cardiac arrest.
Kartavya was remade in Hindi as Kartavya (2009), starring Sunny Deol, Shilpa Shetty, Arjun Rampal, and Ameesha Patel.
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