Director: Shiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy
Cast: Brata Banerjee as Bodhiswata Biswas/Bhutu, Tiyasha Pal as Tanuruchi Sen/Chini, Shiboprosad Mukherjee as Laltu Biswas, Gargi Roychowdhury as Mitali Biswas, Kharaj Mukherjee as Dilip Rakshit - Local Councillor, Koneenica Banerjee as Shyamoli Rakshit, Churni Ganguly as Rina Sen, Sujan Mukhopadhyay as Srinjoy Sen, Tanushree Shankar as Principal, Aparajita Adhya as Vice-principal
Shiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy once again hit the bull's eyes at the box-office this year with Haami. The movie revolves around two school kids Bodhiswata AKA Bhutu (Brata) and Tanuruchi AKA Chini. Bhutu and Chini come from families that are more like chalk and cheese. Bhutu is a spoilt kid coming from a rich family. His parents own a business of wooden furniture that provides them with a luxurious lifestyle, however, they are not academically strong. Chini, on the other hand, hails from a cultured family with parents who are working in academic fields. Bhutu is extremely naughty while Chini is calm. Bhutu loves Kalojam, Chini loves Spaghetti. But, despite all these differences, the duo become best of buddies.
Bhutu kissed Chini with childlike innocence. But, Chini's parents made an issue out of it. The complicated point of view of the adults made an issue out of the matter. Now two besties got separated as their parents made sure they don't read in the same section and continue their friendship. The film also deals with some timely problems and leaves the audience with many relevant questions and their answers. It has become a blockbuster hit and the highest box-office grosser of 2018.