Kokhono Asheni

Kokhono Asheni (English: Never Came) is a 1961 Pakistani Bengali-language art film,[1] written and directed by Zaheer Raihan. It was his debut as a film director.[2] The film was produced by Azizul Haque and Manjurul Haque. It stars Sumita Devi and Khan Ataur Rahman in lead roles with Sanjib Dutt, Shabnam, and Kana in supporting roles.[citation needed]

Kokhono Asheni
Kokhono Aseni film poster.jpeg
Bengaliকখনো আসেনি
Directed byZaheer Raihan
Written byZaheer Raihan
Produced by
  • Azizul Haque
  • Manjurul Haque
Starring
CinematographyQ.M. Zaman
Edited byQ.M. Zaman
Music byKhan Ataur Rahman
Production
company
Little Cine Circle
Distributed byEra Films, Dhaka
Release date
  • 24 November 1961 (1961-11-24)
Running time
141 minutes
CountryPakistan
LanguageBengali

CastEdit

  • Sumita Devi - Mary
  • Khan Ataur Rahman - Shawkat
  • Sanjiv Dutt - Sultan
  • Shabnam
  • Kona
  • Mesbah
  • Shahidul Amin
  • Abdullah Yusuf Imam
  • B, A, Malek
  • Narayan Chakravarti
  • Muffizul Islam
  • Civil Majumder
  • Mohammad Habib
  • Chakan
  • Taher
  • Anima
  • Devdas Chakravarti

MusicEdit

The film music directed by Khan Ataur Rahman.[3][failed verification] There are six tracks in this film. Kalim Sharafi wrote the song "Kon Dur Batayone".[4] The film singer are Mahbuba Rahman, Khan Ataur Rahman and Kalim Sharafi.

Track listEdit

Kokhono Aseni
Soundtrack album by
Mahbuba Rahman, Khan Ataur Rahman and Kalim Sharafi
Released1961 (1961)
Recorded1960
DirectorKhan Ataur Rahman
ProducerAzizul Haque
Manjurul Haque
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Dunia Boro Elomelo"Khan Ataur RahmanKhan Ataur Rahman3:51
2."Sona Rode Vora Ei Poushali Dupure"Khan Ataur RahmanKhan Ataur Rahman3:55
3."Nirala Rater Prothom Prohor" Mahbuba Rahman3:30
4."Ekhon Ratri" Mahbuba Rahman3:29
5."Ki Pelam" Mahbuba Rahman4:24
6."Kon Dur Batayon"Kalim SharafiKalim Sharafi4:38

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Raju, Zakir Hossain (2014) [First published 2008]. Bangladesh Cinema and National Identity: In Search of the Modern?. Taylor & Francis. p. 84. ISBN 978-1-317-60181-4.
  2. ^ Kamol, Ershad (5 August 2008). "Homage to Zahir Raihan". The Daily Star. Retrieved 4 February 2018.
  3. ^ "Khan Ataur Rahman: The eternal bohemian". The Daily Star. Retrieved 4 February 2018.
  4. ^ চলচ্চিত্রে কলিম শরাফী. gunijon.com (in Bengali). Archived from the original on 29 October 2014. Retrieved 4 February 2018.

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