Ebar Shabor

Synopsis: A very much experienced police detective Mr. Shabor Dasgupta (Actor-Saswata Chatterjee) is assigned to do the task of solving the mystery of the murder of Mitali Ghosh (Actress-Swastika Mukherjee),who is a woman with a messy past life, who was killed on the night she had thrown a house party for her close friends and family. The task is very tough for Shabor to find the real victim. There are lots of twists in the story.
160 min

Mr. Shabor

- Yes.

Third floor. Mitali Ghosh.

Used to live in Pondicherry

There was a party here last night.

Right after... he's

the victim's uncle.

He's Shabor Dasgupta,

Assistant Commissioner of Police,

Lalbazaar, Detective Dept.

Come I'll lead you upstairs

Won't be necessary.


When did the party wrap up?

Around 1.30am

Who's this?

My nephew.

After everyone left,

my sister went to her bedroom

Up there.

She was tipsy.

I asked if I'd help...


Sherry, Vodka, whisky, everything.

I've never seen Di like-

What's Di?

My uncle's daughter

Was anyone taking photos

at the party last night?


Get the photos immediately.

- Yes sir.

At what time did the party wrap up?

1.30... around 1.45.

I asked, if I should

accompany her...

Di, what's wrong with you?

You'll topple, shall I help?

Shut up.

Wait a bit Di, I'll

take you upstairs

Shut up!

I should have gone.

This is the victim's father.

Died seven months ago.

Barun Ghosh.

Natural death?

Yes, he's been unwell for long.

Suspected cancer.

Was admitted at a nursing home,

but the diagnosis was faulty.

Later he died of cerebral-

Find out about this law firm

Yes sir.

Who were the guests?

Bose is checking the list sir,

with some Haren who runs errands.

The perfume bottles were

broken to confuse the sniffer dogs.

All foreign. - Imported. - Eh?

The bottles were imported.

'Foreign' is wrong usage.

Pardon me, I'm from Jagabandhu

School, sir. It's Bengali medium.

So am I. What difference

does it make? Here, take this.

Mitali Ghosh tied the knot with

Mithu Mitra on the 9th of May, 2010.

Mithu Mitra.

May I get five minutes please?

- Yes.

Tea or coffee?

Mitali has been murdered!

I haven't been in touch

with her for a long time.

What do you do?

I'm an Accounts officer

at the UCO Bank.

Which branch?

Main office at Dalhousie.

Opposite the tea board building.

How long have you

been working there?

Around ten years.

At the same branch?

No, including transfers.

Mitali is your wife.

Was - She was? - Yes.



She never liked me much.

Good god! Why?

The marriage was a blunder.

I realised later.

I still don't know

why she disliked me.

I had to marry her

because of her father.

But people get married

to become fathers!

Barun Ghosh was Mitali's Father.

Good morning Mr. Mitra.

He was a customer at our bank.

'Morning. How've you been?

I'm okay. What's up with you?

- I'm good.

Just a minute.

Please sign on the reverse side.

Oh, yes.


Here's your Twenty Thousand.

All in notes of hundred,

as you always prefer.

Thank you. Thank you.

Can I say something

if you don't mind?

Yes of course!

Can you please give

me your phone number?

I need to talk to you in private.

Can you come to my place?

One minute.

Did you go to his house?


I won't force you

if you don't wish to.

I'm scared actually.

I have cancer.

I have six months at max.


if you happen to like Mitali

I'll be relieved.

Of course she's such a beauty.

What's there to dislike?

So you agreed!

Didn't it ever occur

to you why he chose you?

I mean there could have

been better suitors no?

Also, Mr. Barun never

really had cancer.

That was diagnosed much later.

Mitali and I got married...

My illusions were shattered

the night of our marriage itself

What's wrong?

Don't touch me.

Father forced me to marry.

I don't believe in this marriage.

Just leave this place.

Mitali? What?

You don't understand English?

Stay where ever you wish,

do whatever you please,

just don't come near me.

You understand?

Don't touch me

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