Bengali Tollywood Movies

Rahamat Ali (2010)

Genre: Drama Rating: N/A
Cast: Mithun Chakraborty, Rituparna Sengupta, Rajatava, Rupa Ganguly
Director: Partho Ghosh
Synopsis: Abbaji, a mafia lord, brings up Rehmat, an orphan, as his own. Rehmat grows up to become Abbaji’s right hand man. He represents his mentor and adoptive father in extorting, threatening, intimidating and using every kind of violence at Abbaji’s command without blinking an eyelid. Rehmat succeeds in his evil ventures till a man who calls himself Mr. Mukherjee, stands up to his violent means and insists on sticking to his highly valued qualities of honesty, fairness and justice. Abbaji is a strong supporter of a minister Loknath Rai. When Loknath Rai faces threats from the opposition headed by Shashilal, Mr. Mukherjee is converted into a convenient pawn in this ugly game and is charged with a false case of corruption. He loses his job and his small family fall into direly desperate circumstances. Rehmat unconsciously imbibes some lessons from Mr. Mukherjee’s uncompromising stance in living up to his values. Sapna is a bar dancer who is firmly in the clutches of Shashilal and his brothers. Rehmat rescues her from their clutches and they fall in love. But their love is doomed to tragedy. One of Shashilal’s brothers plants a bomb in the car in which Sapna is travelling. She dies in the blast. The tragedy shatters Rehmat Ali. His world changes forever. Rehmat decides to protect the victimized Mr. Mukherjee and his family as atonement for the sins he has committed all his life. Mr. Mukherjee’s family stands threatened by the corrupt and lecherous vigilance officer Surya. He decides to reside with the Mukherjees in their flat. But Mrs. Mukherjee, a rigid Brahmin, does not like to live with a Muslim under the same roof. Rehmat refuses to move out and slowly but surely, is able to weave himself into the hearts of everyone in the Mukherjee family. It marks an emotional journey for Rehmat, a journey from a life of immorality and crime to a life of benevolence, charity and goodness, a life that moves from disbelief to faith.

Rehmat Ali (Bengali Film), directed by Parto Ghosh, marks the return of Mithun Chakraborty to the Bengali screen after a not-too-brief hiatus. The grapevine insists that the film is the Bengali duplication of Ghosh’s Ghulam-e-Mustafa (1997), a big hit. But the shift in the locale to West Bengal, the move from Hindi to Bengali, the change in the acting cast from Nana Patekar-Raveena Tandon to Mithun Chakraborty-Rituparna Sengupta, and the leap in the time frame from 1997 to 2010 distances Rehmat Ali from the original in texture, approach and perspective, though the storyline is almost a complete duplication and the director is common. Mithun’s stylized execution of the title role is a far go from Nana Patekar’s style of monotone and flat dialogue delivery and poker-faced expression. Raveena’s flatness is in sharp contrast to Rituparna’s mellowness and then there is the supporting cast too.'I was comfortable doing intimate scenes'

Rahamat Ali (2010 - Bengali)

Rahamat Ali cast & crew


Mithun Chakraborty

Rituparna Sengupta

Rajatava Dutta

Rupa Ganguly


Director- Partho Ghosh

Producer- Raj Behl

Presenter- Sabita Behl

Music Director- Bappi Lahiri



Feb 26, 2010

The Bengal Tiger Roars Once again!!


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