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Baksho Rahashya
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Poster of Baksho Rahashya
Directed by Sandip Ray
Produced by Chhayabani Pvt. Ltd
Written by Satyajit Ray
Starring Sabyasachi Chakrabarty
Saswata Chatterjee
Robi Ghosh
Music by Satyajit Ray
Cinematography Barun Raha
Edited by Subrata Roy
Release dates 1996 (TV), 2001 (Film)
Running time 98 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 4.5 lakhs

Baksho Rahashya (Bengali: বাক্স রহস্য)(1996 in TV, 2001 as film/DVD) is a Bengali thriller Telefilm directed by Sandip Ray based on the story of the same name by Satyajit Ray.It is the first Telefilm made for Feluda 30 TV Series, which aired on DD Bangla. Later it was released in Nandan Complex and DVD & VCD has been also been released in 2001.[1][citation needed]

Plot[edit]

Feluda is approached by an established businessman who claims to have mistakenly swapped his suitcase (bakso) in a train with one belonging to one of his co-passengers and now wants Feluda to put it straight. This simple looking problem lands Feluda, Topshe and Lal Mohan babu in Shimla, and into a realm of deceit and mystery involving a long forgotten diamond and a priceless manuscript about A Bengalee in Lamaland. Besides 'The Trio' we have Dinanath Lahiri, the rich kind-hearted businessman, his nephew, Prabeer Lahiri who is a striving actor but too much obsessed with his only weakness, his voice. The rest three characters in this story are the ones who were with Dinanath Lahiri in his first class compartment, Mr.Pakrashi who is a manuscript collector, Mr. Brijmohan and Mr. Dhameeja who got his suitcase exchanged with Mr. Lahiri. Feluda's investigations finally put the wrong-doers behind bars.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of Indian film series#Bengali
  2. ^ "Blood and brandy". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 

External links[edit]



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