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Jibon Bator Lagori to be released on October 2

The first Assamese dolby digital cinemascope colour film ‘Jibon Bator Lagori’, presented by Hills Motion Picture Association (HIMPA) of Karbi Anglong and directed by Timothy Das Hanse is proposed to be released in 25 nos. of Cinema Hall through out Assam on 2nd October, 2009 ( Gandhi Jayanti) , to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Assamese Cinema.


The story of the ‘Jibon Bator Lagori’ (Live Alone) is set to backdrop of rural Assam, which is rich in traditional culture and human values.


Several artists including Nipon Goswami, Bishnu Kharghoria, Arun Nath, Malaya Goswami, Beauty Baruah, Hiranya Deka, Atul Pasani, Kopil Bora, Parineeta, Suchandra Chandra etc. casted this film.


This film was shown during the Assam Day 2009 celebration on 29th August, 2009 in the auditorium of Brooklands Hotel, Barnsley, UK, under the auspices of ‘United Assam Association of the UK’ (UAAUK). According to Dr. Nripen Barkataki, General Secretary, UAAUK, “it was pleasant surprise for the non resident Assamese people to watch a nice movie with a good theme. The cast, acting and photography were of high standard. The audience enjoyed the movie and appreciated the message given to the younger generation”.

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bishwajeet sinha's picture

After a long time-gap an Assamese main-stream movie is drawing the crowds towards both multiplex as well as stand-alone cinema halls. It is indeed a good sign for film like 'Jibon Bator Lagori’ with lot of social message in it with entertainment value. Now, we can hope that despite pirated market spreaded in every nook and corner of Assam, a value for money movie will bring back movie loving people 2 theaters !

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