Mrittika Maya

Mrittika Maya is a Bangladeshi film about the heartbreaking life of an old potter. The film's script, screenplay and direction was done by Gazi Rakaet and produced by Faridur Reza Sagar and Gazi Rakaet himself. The star casts of this film includes Lutfur Rahman George, Mamunur Rashid, Piyush Bandhopaddhay, Akhteruzzaman, Wahida Mollik Jolly, Mrinal Dutta and many more. The film was released for the mass audience on September 6.

Mrittika Maya
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Film poster
Directed byGazi Rakaet
Produced by
Written byGazi Rakaet
Starring
Music byAK Azad
CinematographySaiful islam Badal
Edited byMd. Shoriful Isam Rasel
Production
company
Distributed byImpress Telefilm Limited
Release date
‹See TfM›
  • 6 September 2013 (2013-09-06)
Running time
150 minutes
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBengali

StoryEdit

Khirmohon is an old man and a potter by profession. All his life, he has struggled to keep his head above water and now is the owner of his own pottery house and a banyan tree. His two sons Satten and Nikhil stay in the city and prefer urban life. They have no interest in their father's business and want to sell up his life's work for financial gain. The silver lining in Khirmohon's life is his granddaughter Poddo, who is an eye catching dusky beauty. They stay in the pottery house with another person named Boishakh, who was adopted by Khirmohon when he was just a mere child. Boishakh is a passionate character, who is loyal to Khirmohon and is more interested in keeping the pottery business afloat then Khirmohon's own sons. There is a spark between Poddo and Boishakh, but it is not expressed. The story moves forward with Boishakh trying to protect the business from going into ruins by unwanted invaders and village politics.[1]

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

The soundtrack of the film composed by AK Azad.

AwardsEdit

Gazi Rakayet and Faridur Reza Sagor's 'Mrittika Maya' won awards in 17 categories including best director, best music director, best supporting actor, best actor in negative role, best story, best script writer and best art.[2] It also stood second at SAARC Film Festival, held in Sri Lankan capital Colombo from May 26–31, winning a silver crest.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Mrittika Maya in cinemas from September 6". Dhaka Tribune. 2013-09-03. Retrieved 2016-12-25.
  2. ^ "Film Mrittika Maya wins national award 2013". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2016-12-25.
  3. ^ ""Mrittika Maya" awarded at SAARC Film Fest". The Daily Star. 2015-06-04. Retrieved 2016-12-25.

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