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Dhaka to Bombay
Directed byUttam Akash
Produced byMahbubur Rahman Monir
Written byUttam Akash
Music by
  • Bappy Raaj
  • Jibon Murad
  • Kazi Jamal
CinematographyMujibul Haque Bhuiyan
Edited byM. A. Rahim
Gudhuli Films
Distributed byMaa Chitra Kotha
Running time
155 Minutes

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Dhaka to Bombay is a 2013 Bangladeshi action drama film. The film directed by Uttam Akash and produced by Mahbubur Rahman Monir under the banner of Gudhuli Films.[1] It features Shakib Khan and Sahara in the lead roles. Omar Sani, Suchorita, Sadek Bachchu, Kabila, Nasrin and others have played supporting roles in the film.[2][3][4][5]


Billu (Shakib Khan) was sold as a teenager by human trafficker Tajul (Sadek Bachchu) in Mumbai to another human trafficker Agarwal. Billu fled from Agarwal's dormitory. There he found refuge with a kind-hearted man.

Meanwhile, in Dhaka, Tajul threatens Billu's family because Billu's younger sister is a journalist. Billu is now 25 years old young man, he can't forget human trafficker Agarwal. At that time, dramatically Billu gets a chance to work in a Mumbai films. Payel (Sahara) was sold by her Bangladeshi boyfriend to human trafficker Agarwal. Billu rescues Payel from the human trafficking group and begins to trust each other. They crossed the border into Bangladesh and went to the Badda of Dhaka, from where Billu was trafficked. Billu is always looking for Tajul. Once day he finds him. Billu's popularity grew up for his philanthropic works. Tajul considered Billu as an electoral rival and planned to assassinate him.

Meanwhile, Billu finds his family. Payel misunderstood Billu to seeing with another girl, and went back to her ex-boyfriend.

While Tajul and his army were fleeing by ship, Billu killed all of them. Payal realizes his mistake and returns to Billu. The journey began in Mumbai.



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The film soundtrack is composed by Kazi Jamal, Bappy Raaj and Jibon Murad and lyrics written by director Uttom Akash and Bappy Raaj. All the song sung by Dilshad Nahar Kona, Nirjhor, Jibon Murad, Bappy Raaj, Shahin and Anima D'Costa.[2]

Track listing
1."Tore Chara Bachi Ami Kemone (তোরে ছাড়া বাঁচি আমি কেমনে)"CollectedCollectedTanzina Ruma, Jalal4:20
2."Buker Bhitor Premer Pakhi (বুকের ভিতর প্রেমের পাখি)"Jibon MuradJibon MuradJibon Murad, Nirjhor5:10
3."Chokhe Nesha (চোখে নেশা)"Jibon MuradJibon MuradAnima D'Costa, Kishore, Joy Mahmud4:17
4."Mumbai Jabo Shyam Hota Hain (মুম্বাই যাবো শ্যাম হোতা হ্যায়)"Bappy RaajBappy RaajBappy Raaj, Dilshad Nahar Kona4:09

Marketing and release[edit]


On the occasion of the release of Dhaka to Bombay, its production company Godhuli Films organized a press conference on September 10, 2013. Prominent people of the film industry including the artists and crew of the film were present on the occasion.[7][8]


The film was released on September 13, 2013 in about 80 theaters around the country, including Dhaka.[9][10]


  1. মনিরকেই বিয়ে করছেন সাহারা. Bhorer Kagoj (in Bengali). 2015-05-05. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  2. 2.0 2.1 'ঢাকা টু বোম্বে'. Prothom Alo (in Bengali). Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  3. শাকিবের মুম্বাই মিশন. Prothom Alo (in Bengali). 2013-01-14. Archived from the original on 2013-01-16. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  4. তাঁদের ফিরে আসার অভিযান. Kaler Kantho (in Bengali). 2013-09-12. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  5. শাকিবের অন্য চেহারা. Prothom Alo (in Bengali). 2012-05-18. Archived from the original on 2012-09-04. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  6. ফিরতে চান সাহারা. Kaler Kantho (in Bengali). 2018-05-12. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  7. "ঢাকা টু বোম্বে মুক্তি পাচ্ছে ১৩ সেপ্টেম্বর". (in Bengali). Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  8. "'ঢাকা টু বোম্বে'র প্রীতি সম্মেলন". Manabzamin (in Bengali). Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  9. চিন্তামন তুষার (13 September 2013). "আজ মুক্তি পাচ্ছে ঢাকা টু বোম্বে ও রুপগাওয়াল". Daily Janakantha. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Retrieved 20 May 2016.[dead link]
  10. "ঘুরে দাড়ানোর প্রত্যয়ে ঢাকাই ছবি". 2013-12-28. Retrieved 2020-05-02.

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