Monthly Archives: March 2012
Taranga Cine Awards
(Introduction) While movies made for audience’s entertainment and amusement, awards being given for movie makers’ encouragement. An award for an actor, director or comedian is a promise – a promise to give audience even better work and performance. With a similar aim, Taranga TV of Odisha organizes Cine Awards for filmmakers, artists, crew who delivers their best work in a year. Best Film: Balunga Toka Balunga Toka is a movie directed by Sudhakar Basant to show the positive side of a loafer who generally considered by society a useless, hopeless, worthless being. Apart from the story, Anubhav and Barsa’s chemistry, and some really foot thumping locally flavored music, Balunga Toka won the audience love this year and came out to be the most popular film of 2011. At Taranaga Cine Awards, this is the movie which bagged the best film award for the year 2011.
Best Actor: Anubhav Mohanty (Balunga Toka) Ollywood Superstar Anubhav Mohanty, the dashing actor who started his career as a model, after doing about 100 video album songs, gradually move to odia movie industry to prove his talent.
And this year, Ollywood cine stars Anubhav proved that by bagging the best actor award for his outstanding work in the blockbuster ‘Balunga Toka’.
Best Actress: Archita Sahoo (Chocolate)
Archita is versatile young actress who has all the potential to be established as an actress of substance. She is an incredible Odishi dancer who has also won National Scholarship in dance. Despite of number of movies she already has done, she won the best actress award this year for her substantial work in ‘Chocolate’.
Best debut actor – Harihar (Mu Premi Mu Pagal)
This dashing dancing boy Harihar has earlier won the hearts of Indian in ‘India Got Talent’ by his extra ordinary dancing skills. But last year, when he entered to Ollywood by ‘Mu Premi Mu Pagala’, he literally proved India really got talent. With his inherent quality of smooth body movement, he is able to make a movie ‘musical’ which a romantic movie needs to be. The award of best debut actor went to Harihar Das this year for his first break in Odia movie “Mu Premi Mu Pagala”.
Best Debut Actress- Anuva Sourya (Mu Premi Mu Pagal)
Anubha, the new bubbly girl in Odia cine industry, daughter of the popular beautiful odia actress Pushpa Panda, has made her entry to Ollywood with the romantic flick “Mu Premi Mu Pagala’. Anubha, an equally talented girl as her mother, is also a good Odishi dancer trained under Padmashree late Guru Gangadhar Pradhan. This year she is able to win the heart of audience by his charming performance in her debut movie and able to win the best debut actress award at Taranga Cine Awards.
Best Supporting Actor: Minaketan (BalungaToka)
Minaketan is a skilled actor who is in odia movie industry for ages and has done over thirty characters. He has given his performance in various shades and colours. In ‘Balunga Toka’ as the father of the balunga toka (Anubhav), audience could enjoy the roller coaster ride of emotions which Minaketan was able to deliver. His performance further shined as he was chosen best supporting actor for ‘Balunga Toka’.
Best Supporting Actress – Aparajita Mohanty (Chocolate)
Aparajita is doubtlessly one of the most beautiful acting geniuses of the decade. She has shown the flair of her acting in more than fifty odia films. A living legend and example for the current generation of actresses, she is able to deliver yet another powerful performance in ‘Chocolate’ for which the award for best supporting actress went to her this year.
Best Villain: Samaresh (Loafer)
Samaresh’s passion for acting is best reflected in his acting career. To build a firm acting foundation he has undergone the pains of struggle while being trained at National School of Drama and in Bollywood. After he had done a number of plays, serials and movies including 23rd March 1931 Saheed Bhagat Singh, he returned to Ollywood to mark a difference. Apart from his positive character acting in remarkable films like ‘Dhauli Express’ and ‘Matira Bandhana’, he usually takes challenge of playing a negative role on screen. And, for the negative character he played in ‘Loafer’, he is able to bag the best villain award this year.
Best Comedian – Papu Pom Pom (Balunga Toka)
Papu Pom Pom is an overnight sensation when he entered to the entertainment hub. His comedies, his satire, his sarcasm give audience an opportunity to, what we contemporarily call, roflol (rolling on floor laughing out loud). ‘Balunga Toka’ is his first feature film which from the very start established him as a comedian for future. Again Papu is riding high as he received the best comedian award this year for his extra ordinary performance in ‘Balunga Toka’.
Best Director – Susant Mani (Chocolate)
Susant Mani is a solicitous filmmaker who strongly believes in originality. He is fond of doing ground breaking experiments in filmmaking. After five commercial blockbusters in Ollywood, last year he went on to present audience an innocent love story which make the viewers realise that we have a gifted director in Odisha who is capable of delivering a movie equal to those of Bollywoods. Susant Mani this year bagged the best director award for his unique piece of movie ‘Chocolate’.
Best Lyrist – Bapu Goswami (Chocolate)
Though Bapu Goswami stated his career in Ollywood as a dialogue writer, he flourished during these years as a thought provoking lyricist. In present scenario he is one of the most sought after lyricist whose wordings in the songs able to hold both attention and emotion of the listeners. For his heart warming lyrics in ‘Chocolate’, he bagged the best lyricist award this year.
Best Dialogue – Bapu Goswami (Chocolate)
Be it lyrics or dialogues, poetry flows all in his works. Bapu Goswami’s dialogues have the power to move audience even without music or background score. For his outstanding work in ‘Chocolate’ Bapu Goswami received the best dialogue award this year.
Best Music Director – Premananda (Chandani I Miss You)
Once his songs start airing in TV and FMs, they take Odia music lovers by storm. Premanand is the music composer of generation to come who has carved a niche in Ollywood with varied ranges of music he has composed. For his melodious rendering of romance in ‘Chandani I Miss You’ he bagged the best music director award this year.
Best Dance Director- Susant Mani (Chocolate)
Susant Mani started his career in movie industry as a dance director and afterwards reaches the soaring height of success as an editor, director. In the movie chocolate, despite his direction he took care of the dance sequences as well. And the award for best dance direction also went to Susant Mani this year.
Best Playback Singer (Male) – Babusan (Chocolate)
Being the child of Uttam & Aparajita Mohanty, Babushan is inherently talented actor. Apart from the acting which he started some years back, he is a born singer. Before perusing acting, he wanted to go into singing career. For his singing in Chocolate, he bagged the best male singer award for ‘Chocolate’ this year.
Best Playback Singer (Female) – Tapu Mishra (Chandani I Miss You)
Tapu Mishra is the young singer who has the ability to render voice in various ranges. Be it item or soulful romantic songs, she handles them with smooth fluidity. This year, she is the one to bag the best female singer award for her songs in ‘Chandani I Miss You’.
Best Cinematographer – A.K. Bir (Jianta Bhuta)
Apurba Kishore Bir, a FTII alumni, needs no introduction or conclusion. He is a name that is recognized internationally. He belongs to an age of filmmakers which is, generally considered, golden. AK Bir is at one stage a director and cinematographer who has delivered some of the finest films in Odia like ‘Shesha Drushti’, ‘Aranyaka’, ‘Lavanya Preeti’, ‘Aadi Mimansa’. After a number of years, he returned to Odia cine industry as the cinematographer of the critically acclaimed movie based on Dongaria Kondh tribals of Koraput region “Jionta Bhuta’. For his exceptional photography in ‘Jionta Bhuta’ that captures
both the beauty of Koraput’s landscapes and the many facades of human emotion, Taranga Cine Awards team felt proud enough to honor him with the best cinematography award this year.
Best Editor – Birenjyoti Mohanty (Chocolate)
With ‘Luck’ and ‘Jodi Breakers’, Birenjyoti Mohanty has already set a milestone in Bollywood as a finest editor. In Ollywood, his first edited movie was ‘Chocolate’. As originally from Odisha, he proudly received his first award as best editor for ‘Chocolate’ at Taranga Cine Awards.
Lifetime Achievement Award: Sarat Pujari
A glimpse of Sarat Pujari from the working stills of the movie ‘Mati ra Manisha’ is enough to give a goose bump to anyone. The emotion, the trauma he reflected in his movies is remarkably superlative. One of the legendary actors of Odia film industry, he has set an example by his ‘Matira Manisha’, ‘Sesha Drusti’, ‘Aranya Rodan’ etc. For his outstanding contribution to the odia movie industry, Taranga Cine Award proudly conferred Sri Sarat Pujari lifetime achievement award this year.
Matriculation examination has begun in the state from Monday. Lakhs of students have appeared in the exam being frightened and apprehensive. What if someone couldn’t able to pass the matric exam!! He becomes ‘Matric Fail’. This is what superstar Anubhav Mohanty becomes in his next movie ‘Matric fail’. But, like in Balunga Toka, he is much more than just matric fail. He is matric fail and at the same time MA in Lovology. Now, isn’t that interesting!
Yes, the movie, being made under Vidisha Crafts, is a romance drama. The ‘Balunga Toka’ and ‘Something Something’ team is again united to deliver a same genre movie with lots of fun, fights, romance and music. Sudhakar Basant is directing Matric fail while Abhijit Majumdar is setting the music of the film. We can expect more foot thumping songs which we already have experienced in ‘Balunga Toka’ and ‘Something Something’. The original story of the movie is written by the producer Bijay Kandoi himself. Ranajit Pattnaik, however, has penned the screenplay and dialogues. Superhit jodi Anubhav & Barsha Priyadarshini starrer ‘Matric fail’ shooting has been started yesterday at Cuttack.
The movie is going to be released around Rajja 2012.
‘Chocolate’ sweeps away 8 awards
While movies made for audience’s entertainment and amusement, awards being given for movie makers’ encouragement. An award for an actor, director or comedian is a promise – a promise to give audience even better work and performance. With a similar aim, Taranga TV of Odisha organizes Cine Awards for filmmakers, artists, crew who delivers their best work in a year.
This year, Ollywood cine stars Anubhav and Archita swept away the Tarang Cine Awards ‘Best Actor’ for ‘Balunga Toka’ and ‘Best Actress’ for the movie ‘Chocolate’ respectively, while the ‘Best Film’ award of 2011 went to ‘Balunga Toka’ here on Sunday. Veteran Odia actor Sarat Pujari was awarded the lifetime achievement award for his contribution to the Odia cine world.
At least 31 movies were released in the year 2011. But Chocolate film cleanly swept away 8 awards to its kitty bag that consisted best director – Susant Mani (Chocolate), best lyrist Bapu Goswami (Chocolate), best actress – Arachita (Chocolate), best supporting Actress – Aparajita (Chocolate), best dialogue – Bapu Goswami (Chocolate), best dance Director- Susant Mani (Chocolate) and best playback Singer (Male) – Babusan(Chocolate).
While best villain went to Samaresh (Loafer), best supporting actor award to Minaketan (BalungaToka), best comedian – Papu Pom Pom (BalungaToka), best debut actor – Harihar (Mu Premi Mu Pagal), best debut actress- Anuva Panda (Mu Premi Mu Pagal), best cinematographer – A.K. Bir (Jianta Bhuta), best music director – Premananda (Chandani I Miss You), best playback singer (Female) – Tapu Mishra (Chandani I Miss You).
“Films should be produced not only to entertain the mass but also to give some quality message to its audience,” said veteran bollywood actor Om Puri, chief guest of the award ceremony. Various cultural programs were performed by the Odia cine artist to mark the glory and grandeur of the occasion.
This Season’s much awaited movie ‘Luchakali’s website is going to be unveiled by Odiaone on Wednesday. Movie lovers can browse through www.luchakali.odiaone.com and can download pictures, wallpapers, read plot and discuss about it.
After bagging 8 awards for the romantic flick ‘Chocolate’ at Taranga Cine Award, Susant Mani is going to give a new kind of suspense thriller to odia movie lovers – that is ‘Luchakali’- Catch me if you can. The movie is already creating a hot buzz in the cine atmosphere as being the best of Susant Mani. Almost all artists and technicians involved with the movie opine that audiences are surely going to see a movie which they haven’t seen in Odia till now.
“Luchakali is the first film, in which I was surprised to see the footage. I updated my status in facebook that I never expected to see this kind of footage in odia cinema! I haven’t seen such kind of shots in odia movies earlier. I assure you it will be a whole new kind of film for the odia audience”, says Mumbai based editor Biren Jyoti Mohanty who has edited ‘Luchakali’.
Luchakali has Babushan, Shreya, Samaresh as its lead actors. The movie has used some of the advanced movie making techniques which are only seen in bollywood and south movies. The music, further, has been composed by Anbu Sevan who happens to be the guitarist of Oscar wining music composer AR Rehman.
The movie is going to be released on 30th March 2012 in 45 theatres across the state.
Green water, wide river- for a moment seems as wide as the sea. A boat is sailing across. Horizon is not visible. Infinite are hopes, possibilities, dreams and aspirations. This is the opening scene of an odia movie I watched in theatre some years back. Scene is accurate but my interpretation may be not. Well, my interpretation is not that important as long as I am feeling overjoyed by seeing an odia movie that gives me a goose bump and food for thought.
I am talking about the critically acclaimed movie “Kathantara” which got national award in 2006 for best feature film. It is the only odia art film that is made and is released during my time. As an art film lover, I always look forward to see such kind of movies in Odia. And to add to my joy, the director of ‘Kathantara’ Himanshu Khatua is the only director in recent times who is still active in doing such kind of movies- movies that are born from our culture and help us to remain stuck to our roots. No doubt it is quite obvious of an alumnus of FTII, the birth place of great film makers, to make movies of parallel dimensions. Himasnhu Khatua, who grew in the creative world of FTII, has the warmth and sensitivity towards the typical odia culture and he tries to infuse it in each of his films.
The first film of Sri Khatua is “Sunya Swarupa”, a 1997 film based on the mahima cult, a culture, religion and tradition that is attached to Odisha. In 2006, ‘Kathantara’, a story on the aftermath of the super cyclone that changed the face of Odisha, is Himanshu Khatua’s second movie which took him to the pinnacle of success and established him as a substantial film maker. His latest project is the next big thing “Mati ra Bandhana”, another offbeat movie based on the renowned poet Jayanta Mahapatra’s story ‘The trunk of Ganesha’. Though it is being the latest, I came across another movie of Himanshu Khatua through his news official website which is launched by Odiaone.com, that is “Prayaschita”. While not too much information is there about the movie, working stills and pictures of the movie can be explored in Himanshu Khatua’s website.
Himanshu Khatua has emerged into a great film maker of Odisha by his remarkable choice of stories and unflinching approach to give justice through camera. Although I am eagerly awaiting for “Mati ra Bandhana” to experience how beautifully Sri Khatua has treated Jayanta Mahapatra’s sensitive story of man’s struggle for existence , but it would be enriching if today’s filmmakers could try to come out of their boxes and think of making films that can help Odia culture shine throughout ages.
Blogged by Gurujee Swetachandan
Samaresh Routray: Versatile actor and renowned media consultant, his initiative to improve promotional activities in odia industry
In this age of modernity, computer and technology has become synonymous to life. Computer, gadgets, internet, youtube, tweeter are consuming our time – both at profession and at leisure. Then obviously what can be this age called? A new age! Well, it can be. Because there was a time, when, be it Hollywood celebrity or the president of a country or even our own prime minister was like an alien to us. But now, one can follow all of them and even throw some angst to the PM in tweeter.
While politicians to film stars, celebrities to icons, everyone is using this “new age medium” for flamboyance and glamour.
But one of the actors of Ollywood thinks differently. Of course he has his own website dedicated to his fans, but he has started something different that is meant for the improvement of the whole Odia film industry.
The bad man of Ollywood, popularly known as Samaresh, is an actor of substance and versatility. He is one of the few actors to have passed out from the prestigious National School of Drama. He has every bit of quality, ambition and dream to be in Bollywood but his deep emotion, love and attachment for his soil brought him back to Odisha. And now, Odisha is the witness to his acting talents. But Samaresh thinks beyond acting. He thinks and dreams to make odia movie industry popular in the state just like the movies of the south and other. He had one of the finest ideas to make use of the new web media to promote and popularise odia movies, its actors and every little thing related to Ollywood.
It is from this idea that Odiaone.com took birth. Odiaone is an unique web portal in Odisha under which film producers across the state can promote their films; actors, actresses, directors, cameramen, sound designers etc can promote themselves; all film lovers and fans can browse through the portal and squeeze entertainment and information as much as they can. They can read news about and interviews of their favourite actors-actresses and enjoy the large photo and video galleries available. Odiaone links audience to the odia movie makers. Cine artists can be in direct touch with their fans. Actors and- actresses can figure the image they hold in the eyes of their fans and the audience. Film makers, also, can read the pulse of the audience and map their wants.
Seems alluring, isn’t it! Yes, and all this has become possible for the giant leap taken by Samaresh. He makes odiaone a one stop destination for odia cinema. Now, the portal is getting more than thousands of visits every day along with uncountable discussions and arguments posted by the readers. Isn’t that inspiring!
“Once I was trying to search an odia actor’s photograph in the internet, but to my dismay,I couldn’t find any. Even images of a struggling actor of the South can be well traced in the web. But odia actors are still in the mist in the web world. This incident had worried me and had put me in deep thinking. And at the end, odiaone took birth”, Samaresh said when asked that what made him build Odiaone.
It goes unsaid that Samaresh has given all his blood to make Odia one stand firm and reach people. His initiative has surely made Odiya film industry more known to all of us. While many other big shots make merry, Samaresh deserves a million handshakes for thinking large about his own motherland and its own films.
Written by Gurujee Swetachandan
Many odia audience may have seen Maddhaban and Bipasha Basu starrer ‘Jodie Breakers’ in theatres recently. But most of them might have no knowledge about the man behind this movie. Birenjyoti Mohanty, an odia boy with bollywood dreams, has carved a niche in hindi movie industry as a film editor of essence and fragrance. A student of acting of Sangeet Mahabidyalay in Odisha, Biren had given introduction of his talent in Sanjay Dutt & Imran Khan starrer 2009 movie ‘Luck’. After that he has edited an odia movie ‘Chocolate’. ‘Jodie Breakers’ is his second movie in Bollywood which took him to a soaring new height. In an exclusive interview with Biren, Odiaone talks to him about his life and time that was, that is and that is going to be.
1. How it all started? What drove you into editing?
I came to know about editing after 2 years of joining at Sangeet Mahavidyalaya, when my seniors took me into the shooting sets and editing studios. Since I was techno savvy from the beginning, and was interested to know about computers & technology, I developed an interest in editing when I watched editing done on computers. Besides I was also pursuing multimedia at Pentasoft. At that time I used to ask my friends about how I can get into this profession. Gradually, I got to know that in order to do editing I must, first, assist any established editor. Then I tried contacting many editors and went to them. But initially I did not get any response. Then once Bijay Mohanty asked me about my career plans and introduced me to Susant Mani. Till that time I didn’t know much about Susant Mani and that he also had about 15 assistants working under him. But Susant Mani took me and taught me. At Pentasoft, I was aware of the technicalities but under Sanu bhai (Susant Mani) I learned the art of editing.
2. How did you push your luck into Bollywood?
Almost everyone nurtures a dream of coming and working in Bombay. It is a business hub and a city of opportunities. Besides, every filmmaker’s biggest dream is to make films in Bollywood. As you know Bombay is popularly called the city of dreams, I also had dreams to go down to Bombay and edit a big banner movie. So, in 2005, I came here and started working. Initially, struggle was inevitable and I do accept that it is a part of life. Except my elder brother, I did not have any reference or acquaintance at Bombay. I started as an assistant in editing serials. My first edited serial was Cinevista’s ‘Kohinoor’. After a year, I desperately tried for movies because my sole aim was to be a film editor. But Bollywood won’t give you a chance, unless you are not richly experienced. Later on I did get opportunities; I got a chance to edit a Hollywood movie ‘First Fear’ on location. After this, film editors gave me chance for association. Earlier, they were never showed interest in me.
3. When did you get chance to edit ‘Luck’ and what was your feeling? How much was the struggle to get this work?
Actually, at first, I was the assistant editor of ‘Luck’ and the editor was Sanjay Sankla. Since he is a reputed & very busy editor here, he didn’t have enough time to come & edit ‘Luck’. In the meantime, I used to edit it myself under the director’s guidance. The director, being impressed with my work, gave me the chance to edit it on my own.
4. According to you, which & who is the best edited movie & editor?
It is difficult to categorize good and bad editing. Generally, good editing can be said if the film is made with less footage. And every movie is made with the director’s perspective and is released with the director’s approval. An editor gives his best to every work. It is the shooting that influences and shapes the editing. If you ask me about who is my favourite editor then there are Amitav Shukla, Deepa Bhatia, Arati Bajaj, Akib Ali, and Bella Sehgal who is sister of Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I have always admired Akib Ali’s editing from my initial learning days. Though I haven’t gotten chance to work with them, but I always wanted to.
5. According to you which is the worst edited movie?
As an editor, I cannot say a movie that is badly edited. It is always the film making process that determines the end result. If the shooting, script, acting, camera are not up to the mark, then a good result in editing can never be achieved. Editing is like Cooking. If the ingredients are not good, how badly you try you never come up with a tasty dish.
6. Luck or Jodie Breakers? Which is your favourite?
I was emotionally attached with the two. Luck was my first film and an impossible target for me, but as I could complete it, it gave me strength and confidence in my ability. So it will always remain as a respectable and memorable experience for me.
7. 7. You are involved with the shooting process of ‘Jodie Breakers’ also. Any special moments?
Yes, actually, as a worker, everyone in the film set including directors and actors like me. It is because; on-location editors generally don’t perform their duty properly. But, unlike many others, I, apart from editing, took care of continuity check and overall scene impact. So everyone appreciates me. Maddy (Madhaban) and Bipasha (Basu) regularly appreciate me and even occasionally make fun of me. Maddy is used to yell at me, and when I react, he smiles and says ‘I was kidding’. Bipasha, too, calls me if she is unhappy with certain shots. I make a rough edit there and convince her that it will look good on screen.
8. Are you selective in doing odia movies? Only Susant Mani’s films?
I am definitely looking forward to do odia movies and have also done one or two. But as I am staying in Bombay, it is not always possible to go down to Odisha for doing an odia movie. But as Sanu bhai gives moral support and helps me a lot while editing his movies, I have done two of his films- ‘Chocolate’ and ‘Luchakali’. One needs to co-operate me and I need to be attached with him in order to do his film. But till now I have not got any offers from odia film makers. If I get one, I will definitely do that if time permits. I will also try my level best to make the movie look good.
9. Any Interesting/Memorable moment in life.
When Sanu bhai called me to edit ‘Chocolate’, it was a big moment for me in life. It was interesting and memorable because Sanu bhai is my teacher and it is always difficult to work and impress your teacher since he is the one who can know where you are going right or wrong. Apart from that, he is an inspiring person in my life. Whenever I go Odisha, meeting Sanu bhai is my first priority than home. And whenever I meet him, he always surprises me by teaching a new thing. He is a great film maker. Staying at Odisha where scope and exposure is limited, he researches and tries to do movies of national level. I always admire him.
10. How do you rate odia movies aesthetically & technically? How can they be better?
There is a difference in the style of work in Bollywood and Ollywood. The procedure & format of work in both are different. Whenever I get a chance, I want to apply that Bollywood style of work in odia films. But the result is not always fruitful. As I have said earlier that shooting and shot taking affect the postproduction of a movie. But these are not loopholes of odia movies. Generally, there is no rule in film making. If a story flows through, then it is alright. If a movie does good business then all is well. I am not saying odia films are bad or poorly made. But in my opinion they can be made in a better way. For instance, when national level artists work in odia movies, their looks and the output is not the same as it is in Bollywood movies. So I would say there is a scope and need for betterment in odia movies despite the truth of low budget and lack of standard film making tools. But I have seen a significant change in odia film making. I am very happy with the progress. Since it is not a day’s work, better pre production and planning may lead to a significant change in future and I’m quite optimistic about it. It is our duty to take odia movies further and make it better.
11. ‘Chocolate’ and now ‘Luchakali’? How’s it? Thrillers are new to Ollywood?
Well, this (Luchakali) is the first film, in which I was surprised to see the footage. I updated my status in facebook that I never expected to see this kind of footage in odia cinema! I haven’t seen such kind of shots in odia movies earlier. I haven’t started its editing but I assure you it will be a whole new kind of film for the odia audience. You will surely be thrilled when you watch its first look. Technically and artistically it is going to be a sound film.
12. Future plans. Ollywood, Bollywood and…..is Hollywood your next!
Though I see lot of foreign films, I have never thought of working in Hollywood. It was always Bollywood. I have never tried for Hollywood as I’m passionate for Bollywood & Ollywood. But if I ever get a chance I will definitely go for Hollywood though I haven’t tried for it yet.
13. Whom you will remain Thankful all your life?
Though I should first thank my teacher, but it is my mother to whom I will always be thankful. She is my strength and has always given me moral support. And next is Sanu bhai who not only taught me editing but also taught me how to be a good human being and behave agreeably. He is immensely inspirational. I always try to be like him.
It is always heavenly to watch your favourite movie flick at theatre. With humongous screen, surround sound effects and the vibration of dark cine atmosphere, cinema is definitely more enjoyable. But in this age of ‘busy’ness, there might be too many instances when you have missed the opportunity to watch your favourite film in theatre. But gone are those days. Finally some exciting news is round the corner. Now, one can enjoy all the super duper blockbusters of Ollywood at home with almost theatre-like experience.
And to add the icing on the cake, VCD/DVD of one of the the superstar Anubhab’s movie and Susant Mani’s grand hit ”Most Wanted” has been released. With enhanced digital clarity and digital surround sound, the VCD/DVD of ‘Most Wanted’ is available in leading stores now.
“Most Wanted” was released on 14 January 2011, has Anubhab, Megha Ghosh and Samaresh as its lead.