Calcutta Tube (May 17): Veteran film and serial director Jagannath Guha has come back into feature films with a modernised adaptation of the old Bengali comedy Manmoyee Girls School that was a big hit when it was first made many years ago. The new version has been christened Bor Bou Khela in keeping with the frothy mood of the film. The music of the film was launched this week at Royal Calcutta Golf Club by the people involved in the film. The music is by Ashok Bhadra who has composed six song tracks for the film with voices lent by Babul Supriyo, Mahalaxmi, Javed Ali, Anwesha, Kalpana and Smita. Present on the occasion were producer Shishir Gupta of Granite Communications, Tapas Pal, MP, who has done an important role in the film, the lead pair Priyanka and Rahul, character actors Kamalika and Joyjeet. Kanchan Mullick and Subhashish could not be present. The film is adapted from an original story by Rabindranath Mitra with cinematography by Rana Dasgupta, screenplay jointly done by Shishir Gupta, Prasun Banerjee and Jagannath Guha, editing by Sanjeeb Dutta and lyrics by Priyo Chatterjee. Bor Bou Khela is a hilarious story of a young pair of teachers, Manash and Niharika, a Christian, who are forced to pretend to be husband and wife to get a job at Manmoyee Girls School. They are very good teachers but they constantly work under the threat of getting caught. They fall in love and how the owner of the school Manmoyee and her husband Damodar unite them in married bliss makes for an entertaining climax.