1. Chupi Chupi Aashey (1960)
‘Chupi Chupi Aashey’ is a 1960 murder mystery is based on Christie’s longest running stage play in the history ‘The Mousetrap’ and radio play and short story ‘Three Blind Mice’.
Workers of Kalyaeshwari guest house find a handbill, which fell from a pocket of a murderer. To stop any further murders in the city of Kolkata, the detectives goes to the guest house in search of a clue. Turns out, all the guests residing at that guest house have something in common. Will they be able to identify the murderer? What is the connection of the murder with the guest house? The story is woven with full of mystery, curiosity and the English touch on it reflects Christie’s story telling. Anyhow, the makers have forgotten to mention Christie on their credits as it reads Premendra Mitra as the story writer.