Goriber Bou

Goriber Bou (Bengali: গরীবের বউ; transl.Wife of a Poor Man) is a 1990 Bangladeshi social-drama film directed by Kamal Ahmed.[1] Renowned film actress Shabana produced the film her own banner S.S. Productions.[2] The film stars Alamgir, Shabana, Manna, Aruna Biswas leading role and more.

Goriber Bou
Bengaliগরীবের বউ
Directed byKamal Ahmed
Produced byShabana
Starring
Music bySubal Das
CinematographyReza Latif
Edited byAminul Islam Mintu
Production
company
S.S. Productions
Release date
1990
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBengali

At the 15th Bangladesh National Film Awards, it won Best Film, Best Director, Best Male Playback Singer (for Syed Abdul Hadi), Best Cinematography, and Best Editing (jointly).[3]

CastEdit

MusicEdit

Goriber Bou films music is directed by Subal Das. Song written by Masud Karim. Sung by Sabina Yasmin, Andrew Kishore, Runa Laila.

SoundtrackEdit

No. Title Artist(s) Artists on screen Length
1 Peyechi Tore Amari Buke Runa Laila Anwara Begum 03:47
2 A Jibone Tumi Ogo Ele Sabina Yasmin & Syed Abdul Hadi Shabana, Alamgir 4:45
3 Ami Vaggotake Gorbo Jijei Andrew Kishore Alamgir 4:42
4 Amar Jibone Tumi Sukher Jharna Sabina Yasmin Shabana, Alamgir 3:38
5 Premer Haowa Legese Gaye Runa Laila & Andrew Kishore Manna, Aruna Biswas 4:11

AwardsEdit

Goriber Bou won the following awards:

Year Award Title Category Awardee Result
1990 National Film Awards Best Film S.S. Productions (producer) Won[3]
Best Director Kamal Ahmed Won[3]
Best Male Playback Singer Syed Abdul Hadi Won[5]
Best Cinematography Reza Latif Won[6]
Best Editing Aminul Islam Mintu (jointly) Won[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "History of Bangladeshi Film". Cholochitro. Archived from the original on 26 November 2016.
  2. ^ আফরোজা সুলতানা রত্না চলচ্চিত্রে নাম শাবানা – bangla media and entertainment news (in Bengali).
  3. ^ a b c d Shaon, Rashed. চার দশকে আমাদের সেরা চলচ্চিত্রগুলো [Our best movies in four decades]. bdnews24.com (in Bengali). Archived from the original on 28 December 2012. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
  4. ^ ঢাকায় ফিরেছেন শাবানা. Natun Somoy (in Bengali). Archived from the original on 26 November 2016.
  5. ^ Mizan, Mahfuz (31 May 2019). "Veteran Virtuoso: Syed Abdul Hadi in focus". New Age.
  6. ^ "Celebrating Life Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Reza Latif". The Daily Star. 12 November 2016.

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