Byomkesh Pawrbo

Synopsis: Byomkesh Bakshi travails the dark jungles of Dooars solving an enigma of a ghostrider amidst a series of murders in north Bengal.
Genre: Mystery
156 min


Oh no!

Let me keep it here.


Receive the call, Mr. Ajit.


- Greetings, Mr. Byomkesh.

I am Sasadhar Bakchi.


I am Ajit speaking.

How are you, Mr. Ajit?

I am fine.

Byomkesh isn't at home.

He has gone

to the literary meet.

Shall I.. Will he be at home

in the morning?

I would like to meet him.

- Sure..

You can come.

I will inform him.

Thank you.

I will be there at around 11 a.m.

Sure. - I will hang up.

- All right.

Sasadhar Bakchi,

from Writers' building gave a call.


You should have attended

the literary meet.

He may start writing books

very soon.

I may look after the book store.

His speech

might have started by now.

Maybe everyone is listening

to him with rapt attention.

Everyone is listening

to his speech in awe.

She is just a kid.

I don't treat them as human

whoever hurt kids like her.

It's up to you.

You can't blame that

I didn't warn you beforehand.

Give it to me.

Hey. Don't do that.

She is Binti,

her mother.

Go to mother.

What are you doing!

Thank you very much.

Go and take care of your daughter.

Come with me, dear.

Mr. Gopen, search house number

three and six properly.

You will get to know

about other girls.

All right.

I will look into it.

Shall I book a car for you?

I need clean clothes before that.

How was your speech?

- It was wonderful.

Was there enough audience?

Yes, there was a huge crowd.

Did they like your speech?

- Yes, they loved it!

I am starving, Satyabati.

- I will arrange the dinner.

I guess the discussion

was about Kurukshetra.

What do you mean?

Mr. Sasadhar gave a call and he

will be coming in the morning.

Is he the chief secretary?

- Yes.

Byomkesh, you are quite renowned.

Why do you think so?

Is the arrival of chief secretary

a sign of being renowned!

A government car

in front of this rental house.

For whom has it come? - It's

for the guy staying upstairs.

It's a foreign car.

- Look how it's shining!

Whose car is this?

- Don't touch it.

You could have called for me.

It's all right.

Here is a cup of tea for you.

- Yes. Thank you.

What can I do for you, sir?

The name of the place

is Santalgola.

After second world war

the American soldiers

sold their arms and ammunitions

like hand grenade,

rifle, revolver

to the locals while leaving.

- All right.

This happened a long ago.

Yes. It wasn't a problem earlier.

After the country is free

some people think

that they can do

whatever they wish.

These illegal arms are

being smuggled to different places.

This is leading to rail

robberies, murders.

A few men were arrested but..

- The arms weren't seized.

Mr. Byomkesh, the West Bengal

Government wants you

to take the responsibility.

The scars of Tevaga revolt

haven't healed yet.

The matter is pretty sensitive.

- Oh.

I am lighting up a cigarette.

- Sure.

Buying arms isn't that easy.

Yes. For that reason..

A list of all

the wealthy people

is prepared.

Nafar Kundu has a rice mill.

Badrinath Das owns a tea garden.

Biswanath Mallik

has a sawmill.

Jamuna Das Gangaram

is the owner of a rice mill

but his actual business

is pawning.

Thank you.

Police is suspicious about these

four businessmen

along with a few distinguished men

from Santalgola.

What about searching

their residences?

We don't have any proof.

These are all

renowned personalities.

They control the market.

We can't get any information

regarding the arms smuggling.

The situation will turn worse

if we can't stop it.

You make the arrangements.

I will go there.

The tea was really good, ma'am.

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