Srabon Megher Din

Srabon Megher Din (Bengali: শ্রাবণ মেঘের দিন, English: A Day of the Month Srabon) is a Bangladeshi drama film based on the novel of Humayun Ahmed. This movie based on a triangle tragic love story set in a classical village of Bangladesh directed by the writer himself. This film was second film directed by Humayun Ahmed released in 1999 and won National Film Award.[1] British Film Institute enlisted this film in the Top 10 Bangladeshi Film (Critics) as a 2002 cultural project on South Asian cinema in 2002.[2]

Srabon Megher Din
শ্রাবণ মেঘের দিন
Srabon Megher Din.jpg
Srabon Megher Din Movie Poster
Directed byHumayun Ahmed
Written byHumayun Ahmed
Produced byNuhash Films
Starring
CinematographyMahfuzur Rahman Khan
Edited byAtiqur Rahman Mollik
Music byMaksud Jamil Mintu
Distributed byNuhash Films
Release date
1999
Running time
150 minutes
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBengali

PlotEdit

Moti (Zahid Hasan) is a folk singer in a village and a girl from that village Kusum (Meher Afroz Shaon) fall in love with him, even though she tries to hide it. The story take a turn when Suruj Miah (Mahfuz Ahmed) came in, who is brought by Kusum's father (Saleh Ahmed) to marry Kusum off with him. But tragedy hits in the end. Love, conflict, sorrow, tragedy all are the part in the movie.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Srabon Megher Din
Soundtrack album by
Released1999
Recorded1999
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSangeeta
ProducerNuhash Chalachitra
Maksud Jamil Mintu chronology
Agun Jole
(1995)
Srabon Megher Din
(1999)
Dui Duari
(2000)

This movie was highly acclaimed for its beautiful music. The music of this film was directed by Maksud Jamil Mintu and lyrics were penned by Rashid Uddin, Wakil Munshi, and Humayun Ahmed. Subir Nandi, Sabina Yasmin, Bari Siddiqui and other popular singers sang in this film. Bari Siddiqui became popular through this film.[3]

All music is directed by Maksud Jamil Mintu.

Track Singer(s) Lyrics
Pubali Batase Bari Siddiqui Rashid Uddin, Wakil Munshi, and Humayun Ahmed
Amar Gaye Joto Dukkho Soy Bari Siddiqui Rashid Uddin, Wakil Munshi, and Humayun Ahmed
Manush Dhoro Manush Vojo Bari Siddiqui Rashid Uddin
Ekta Chilo Sonar Konya Subir Nandi Humayun Ahmed
Kail Amrar Kusum Ranir Bibah Hoibo Aklima Begum Humayun Ahmed
Amar Bhanga Ghore Meher Afroz Shaon & Sabina Yasmin Humayun Ahmed
Sua Chan Pakhi Bari Siddiqui Rashid Uddin, Wakil Munshi, and Humayun Ahmed
O Bhabijan! Bari Siddiqui Folk

AwardsEdit

Award Title Category Awardee Result
National Film Awards Best Actor Zahid Hasan Won[4]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Golam Mustafa Won
Best Music Director Maksud Jamil Mintu Won
Best Lyrics Rashid Udiin Won
Best Male Playback Singer Subir Nandi Won
Best Sound Recording Mofizul Haque Won
Bachsas Awards Best Actor Zahid Hasan Won
Best Music Director Maksud Jamil Mintu Won
Best Lyrics Humayun Ahmed Won
Best Male Playback Singer Bari Siddiqui Won
Best Story Humayun Ahmed Won
Best Screenplay Mahfuzur Rahman Khan Won
Best Art Direction Dhrubo Esh Won
Best Sound Recording Mofizul Haque Won[5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mahfuzur Rahman (2012-09-15). 'শ্রাবণ মেঘের দিন’ থেকে ‘ঘেটুপুত্র কমলা’ : মধ্যবিত্ত দর্শকদের হলে ফেরার এক যুগ. Amar Desh (in Bengali). Retrieved October 5, 2015.
  2. ^ Jinsie. "BFI South Asian Film (2002)". Retrieved October 5, 2015.
  3. ^ শ্রাবণ মেঘের দিন (১৯৯৯) হুমায়ুন আহমেদরা একবারই জন্মায়। এর পরে আবার কোন এক হুমায়ুন আহমেদ কবে জন্মনেবে তার প্রতিক্ষায় আছি। (in Bengali). istishon. Retrieved October 5, 2015.
  4. ^ Shilpi Mahalanobish (2003-12-31). "The year that was! The joy of achievement and agony of loss: Zahid Hassan". The Daily Star. Retrieved October 5, 2015.
  5. ^ চলচ্চিত্রে হুমায়ূন, হুমায়ূনের চলচ্চিত্র (in Bengali). Deshe Bideshe. Retrieved October 8, 2015.

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