Ammajan is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language crime-drama film directed by Kazi Hayat and written by Monwar Hossain Dipjol. The film was released in 1999 in Bangladesh. It was produced by Monwar Hossain Dipjol. It stars Manna, Shabnam, Moushumi, Amin Khan, Monwar Hossain Dipjol in lead roles.


Badshah (Manna) is a teenager whose father is Laal Mia, an electrician. His father suddenly dies in an electric accident. The family faces tremendous scarcity in the absence of only earning member. His mother, whom he calls Ammajaan (Shabnam), seeks pension money for her husband's death in his office. Then she is sent to the house of a top class officer of that office assuring that that officer may donate her some money. In the house, the officer eventually rapes her. Discovering her mother molested, Badshah becomes wrathful and kills that officer by stabbing with a Vojaali (dagger). He and his mother is punished by 14 years imprisonment. After 22 years Badshah becomes a criminal kingpin, but his wealth cannot make his mother happy. She never talks with her son due to that shameful event of her past. Badshah is extremely obedient to his mother, and works as a vigilante who brutally punishes rapers and woman-molesters.