Keyamat Theke Keyamat

Keyamot Theke Keyamot (Bengali: কেয়ামত থেকে কেয়ামত; transl. From doomsday till doomsday[a]) is a Bangladeshi musical romantic drama film directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan. The film was released on Eid vacation and was a huge success throughout Bangladesh. This movie was also the debut film of its two main leads Salman Shah and Moushumi, both of whom later became top movie stars in Bangladesh. The film is an official remake of the 1988 Hindi Language film titled Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, and like its predecessor, is based on Romeo and Juliet.

Keyamot Theke Keyamot
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Directed bySohanur Rahman Sohan
Written by
Produced bySukumar Ranjan Ghosh
Starring
CinematographyJahangir & Jahangir
Edited byMojibor Rahman Dulu
Music by
Production
company
Anandamela Cinema Limited
Distributed byAnandamela Cinema Limited
Release date
  • March 20, 1993 (1993-03-20)
Running time
160 minutes
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBangla

CastEdit

PlotEdit

Mirza and Khan are two rival influential families in the village. Kabir Khan engages in a love affair with Dimple Mirza and makes her pregnant. But Kabir later refuses to marry Dimple leading to the suicide of Dimple. Mirza Salauddin avenges death by killing Kabir and is sentenced to imprisonment. After he is released from prison, his son Raj falls in love with Reshma from the Khan family which resurfaces the old feud between the two families. Raj and Reshma elope to avoid the enmity between their families but this further complicates the situation.

MakingEdit

The production house Anandamela Cinema Limited bought remaking rights of three Hindi films including Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak and proposed the director Sohanur Rahman Sohan to make a film based on one of them. Sohanur Rahman Sohan decided to make a film with completely new leads. Moushumi, who was then an emerging model, was selected for the leading female role. Initially, Amin Khan was supposed to do the film as the lead protagonist in place of Salman Shah, but he was opted out of this film by director Sohanur Rahman Sohan and producer Sukumar Ranjan Ghosh and the leading male role was eventually given to Salman Shah after it was turned down by actor Tauquir Ahmed and model Adil Hossain Nobel.[2][3] The film is also the playback debut of singer Agun.

MusicEdit

Alam Khan worked as the music director of this remake film while the original music in Hindi was composed by the Anand–Milind duo. Lyrics are written by Moniruzzaman Monir. Music was recorded in Anupam Recording Studio and singers were Runa Laila and Agun.

No.TitleLyricsMusicSingerLength
1."Baba Bole Chhele Nam Korbe (বাবা বলে ছেলে নাম করবে)"Moniruzzaman MonirAnand–Milind and Alam KhanAgun5:10
2."Eka Achi to Ki Hoyeche (একা আছি তো কি হয়েছে)"Moniruzzaman MonirAnand–Milind and Alam KhanRuna Laila5:51
3."Ekhon to Shomoy (এখন তো সময়)"Moniruzzaman MonirAnand–Milind and Alam KhanRuna Laila and Agun4:36
4."O Amar Bondhu Go (ও আমার বন্ধু গো)"Moniruzzaman MonirAnand–Milind and Alam KhanRuna Laila and Agun6:09

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Keyamot is the term for the Islamic concept of Day of Resurrection

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ahmed Sharif works in music video". Daily Sun. Dhaka. 22 August 2016.
  2. ^ Sohan, Sohanur Rahman. ইমন থেকে সালমান. Kaler Kantho (in Bengali). Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  3. ^ কেয়ামত থেকে কেয়ামত: তৌকীর অভিনয়ের প্রস্তাব ফিরিয়ে দেন. Kaler Kantho (in Bengali). Retrieved 16 March 2017.