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Jeet starrer Chengiz's second song Ebhabe Ke Dake out now Chengiz
Jeet and Sushmita Chatterjee in Ebhabe Ke Dake song | Image Credit: Twitter/Jeet

Jeet starrer Chengiz's second song Ebhabe Ke Dake out now

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 08 Apr 2023, 10:35 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Ebhabe Ke Dake, the second song from Tollywood superstar Jeet starrer upcoming Bengali film Chengiz, was unveiled by the makers on Saturday.

The romantic song is out in both Bengali and Hindi languages.

While India's singing sensation Arijit Singh has sung the Bengali version, singer Sanjith Hegde has done it for the Hindi version which is titled Teri Meri Baatein.

Chengiz, which co-stars Sushmita Chatterjee in the lead, is the first Bengali film to be released in Hindi.

Widda Widda Re, the first song from Chengiz, featured Jeet and Sushmita together as well.

Apart from Jeet and Sushmita, Chengiz, which portrays the underworld scene of 1970s, 1980s and 1990s Calcutta (now Kolkata), features Rohit Bose Roy, Shataf Figar in key roles.

Jeet plays the underworld kingpin.

The film, which is produced by Jeet Jeetz Filmworks in association with AA Films, is slated for Apr 21 release on the occasion of Eid.

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