Moner Majhe Tumi
Moner Majhe Tumi also (Bengali: মনের মাঝে তুমি) is a 2003 Bangladesh and India joint venture Bengali-language movie. The movie is the Bengali remake of the 2001 Telugu movie Manasantha Nuvve. The movie was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is selected for preservation in Bangladesh Film Archive.
|Moner Majhe Tumi|
|Based on||Manasantha Nuvve (Telugu)|
|Produced by||Abbas Ullah Shikder|
|Edited by||Majibur Rahman Dulu|
|Music by||Devendranath Chaterjee|
- Riaz as Benu
- Purnima as Renu (Anu)
- Jisshu Sengupta as Arun
- Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar,
- Siraj Haider as Politician
- Shankar Chakraborty as Haabu
- Moumita Gupta as
- Tanu Roy as Shruti
- Rajitha as Mohan's friend
- Mita Chaterjee as Grandmother
- Abbas Ullah as
- Ali Azad as
- Arpita Datt as
- Pallab as
- Producer: Anandamela Chalochitra Ltd.
- Story: M. S. Raju
- Screenplay: Motiur Rahman Panu
- Director: K. Vasu
- Script: Motiur Rahman Panu
- Dialogue: Ali Azad
- Cinematography: M V Ramkrihsna and Rokibul Bari Chowdhury
- Editing: Majibur Rahman Dulu, Shamrashib Rao and Narsima Rao
- Music: Devendranath Chaterjee
- Lyrics: Priyo Chaterjee
- Sound: Mafizil Haque
- Distributor: Anandamela Chalochitra Ltd.
|Moner Majhe Tumi|
|Studio album by |
The songs and background score were composed by Devendranath Chatterjee, a veteran Bengali composer. All the songs were superhits. The song "Akashe Batase" was copied from a Malayalam song titled "Kannadikkoodum Kootti" in the film Pranayavarnnangal starring Malayalam superstar and current Rajyasabha MP Suresh Gopiand Manju Warrier. The Malayalam song sung by the legendary singers Dr. K. J. Yesudas and K. S. Chithra. It is composed by South Indian Music Director Vidyasagar.
|1||"Akashe Batase Chal Sathi"||Kavita Krishnamurti and Sadhana Sargam||Priyo Chaterjee||Kids Song|
|2||"Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha"||Sadhana Sargam and Shaan||Priyo Chaterjee|
|3||"Premi O Premi"||Udit Narayan and Sadhana Sargam||Priyo Chaterjee||Sad|
|4||"Chupi Chupi Kichhi Kotha"||Kavita Krishnamurti||Priyo Chaterjee|
|5||"Premi O Premi"||Udit Narayan and Sadhana Sargam||Priyo Chaterjee||Title Song|
|6||"Pran Kade Hay"||Kumar Sanu||Priyo Chaterjee||Part Song|
|7||"Dukko Jala Kashtote"||Kumar Sanu||Priyo Chaterjee||Part Song|
|8||"Jibine Koto Ritu Ashe Jay"||Kumar Sanu||Part Song|
- Ahmed, Afsar (28 March 2004). "Uro Binodon Bichitra Award 2003". The Daily Star.
- Hoek, Lotte (2011). "Urdu for Image: Understanding Bangladeshi Cinema Through its Theaters". In Banaji, Shakuntala (ed.). South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Contexts. Anthem Press. p. 81. ISBN 978-1-84331-320-5.