Monday, April 30, 2018

Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)

Moner Majhe Tumi (2003).  Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telegu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.  Plot Summary:  Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stay away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last. Filming Locations:   Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.    Casting:   There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-  Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)  Purnima as Renu (Anu)  Jishu Sengupta as Arun  Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar  Moumita Gupta as Rekha  Shankar Chakraborty as haabu  Shiraj Haider as Minster  Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother  Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor  and some other characters have performed in this film. Story:  There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Specially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. These plays an vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply. Sound and Music:  There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composer Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background musics that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''    Cinematography:   There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using a different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sectors.For example, the  great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things. Costume and Make up:  The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.    In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures,language and love story.
Riaz and Purnima in Moner Majhe Tumi (2003) movie poster
Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telugu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.
Plot Summary:
Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stays away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last.

Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_BD Films Info Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telegu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.  Plot Summary:  Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stay away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last. Filming Locations:   Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.    Casting:   There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-  Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)  Purnima as Renu (Anu)  Jishu Sengupta as Arun  Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar  Moumita Gupta as Rekha  Shankar Chakraborty as haabu  Shiraj Haider as Minster  Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother  Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor  and some other characters have performed in this film. Story:  There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Specially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. These plays an vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply. Sound and Music:  There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composer Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background musics that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''    Cinematography:   There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using a different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sectors.For example, the  great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things. Costume and Make up:  The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.    In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures,language and love story.
Purnima in Moner Majhe Tumi (2003) movie

Filming Locations: 
Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.

Casting: 
There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-
Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)
Purnima as Renu (Anu)
Jishu Sengupta as Arun
Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar
Moumita Gupta as Rekha
Shankar Chakraborty as haabu
Shiraj Haider as Minster
Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother
Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor
And some other characters have performed in this film.



Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_BD Films Info Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telegu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.  Plot Summary:  Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stay away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last. Filming Locations:   Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.    Casting:   There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-  Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)  Purnima as Renu (Anu)  Jishu Sengupta as Arun  Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar  Moumita Gupta as Rekha  Shankar Chakraborty as haabu  Shiraj Haider as Minster  Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother  Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor  and some other characters have performed in this film. Story:  There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Specially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. These plays an vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply. Sound and Music:  There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composer Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background musics that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''    Cinematography:   There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using a different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sectors.For example, the  great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things. Costume and Make up:  The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.    In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures,language and love story.
Riaz and Purnima in Moner Majhe Tumi (2003) movie

Story:
There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Especially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. They play a vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply.



Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_ Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_BD Films Info Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telegu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.  Plot Summary:  Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stay away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last. Filming Locations:   Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.    Casting:   There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-  Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)  Purnima as Renu (Anu)  Jishu Sengupta as Arun  Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar  Moumita Gupta as Rekha  Shankar Chakraborty as haabu  Shiraj Haider as Minster  Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother  Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor  and some other characters have performed in this film. Story:  There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Specially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. These plays an vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply. Sound and Music:  There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composer Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background musics that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''    Cinematography:   There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using a different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sectors.For example, the  great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things. Costume and Make up:  The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.    In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures,language and love story.
Riaz and Purnima in Moner Majhe Tumi (2003) movie


Sound and Music:
There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composers Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background music that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''

Cinematography: 
There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sector. For example, the great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things.




Moner Majhe Tumi (2003). Moner Majhe Tumi (2003)_BD Films Info Moner Majhe Tumi is a comedy and drama Bengali language film directed by Matiur Rahman Panu in 2003. It is a Bangladesh-India joint venture film. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for 2003. This film is a remake of the Telegu film Manasantha Nuvve directed in 2001.  Plot Summary:  Chingtu a boy lives with his only mother at a village. It is a poor family. Along with his house, Anu a middle class girl lives with her parents. Chingtu and Anu are close friends. They move one place to another in rainy day. Anu has a bad fever. So, Chingtu goes to Mazar and takes a Holy chador. He gives it to Anu. Chingtu has promised to go in every birthday anniversary of Anu. They have a good relationship. But Anu's father can't accept it. So one day he beats Chingtu. Suddenly another day, Anu's father decides to move his family to city. On the other hand, Anu meets Chingtu and gives him a pocket watch. Chingtu's mother is died so he becomes orphan and feels very lonely. One day a man named Mohon taken him to look after him. Chingtu gets a good family with a sister and a friend and his parents in the same city where Anu's family live. Anu goes to Malaysia to study higher education. She gets another close friend named Arun. Arun starts to like Anu. But after reading her diary about Chingtu he becomes only a close friend. After 12 years, Anu, her name is also Renu come back to Calcutta, India. She starts to find Chingtu. But she fails to find him. At last she starts to write her and Chingtu's love Story named 'Moner Majhe Tumi' and publishes in a magazine. She becomes a good writer. Many readers become her fans. On the other side, Chingtu, his name is also Benu works at his father's cassettes shop as a seller. His sister Rekha is also a big fan of Renu. One day Renu sees the pocket watch to her friend Shruti, Magazine editor's daughter. She thinks they love each other. After some days, she is able to know that Chingtu doesn't love Shruti. Still now, he finds his Anu. He loves anu a lot. But Benu's friend Haabu thinks Renu loves him. So one day  Benu and Haabu invite Renu to visit their house and Rekha is a big fan of her.  Renu accepts the invitation and goes to Benu's house. Renu starts to love Benu secretly. One day Benu  is able to know that Renu is his Anu from Shruti. After some day Benu's father decides to order her daughter marry to Minister's son. At the same day Benu's sister's marriage is also okay. Renu's father threatens to Benu that if he breaks his daughter's marriage, he also will break his sister's marriage. So, Benu wanted to stay away from Renu. For this, he tells Renu that he loves Renu not Anu. Anu misunderstands and stay away. At the Rekha's marriage day, Renu is able to know that her father is responsible for all from Shruti. Thus she again starts to love Benu. She flees away. Her father can know and goes to Benu's house and tries to break his sister's marriage. At the eleventh hour of fighting, Benu is wounded by knife. He has to be admitted to hospital. Renu is also with him. Benu gains his life when his watch starts to play. They got each other at last. Filming Locations:   Moner majhe Tumi film was captured in two locations. The film was captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and West Bengal, India.    Casting:   There are some main characters cast in this film are given below:-  Riaz as Benu (Chingtu)  Purnima as Renu (Anu)  Jishu Sengupta as Arun  Biplab Chatterjee as Mohan Sarkar  Moumita Gupta as Rekha  Shankar Chakraborty as haabu  Shiraj Haider as Minster  Mita Chatterjee as Benu's Grand Mother  Abbas Ullah as Magazine Editor  and some other characters have performed in this film. Story:  There is a good story of the film. It was one of the grossing films in Bangladesh in 2003 though it was a remake of a Telugu Film. The story has helped to be successful in Bangladesh. Specially it is a love story of a pair of lover. In many scenes there are some dramatic and comedy scenes. But the film is about a love story. In Bangladeshi and Indian-sub-continental films comedy and dramatic scenes are very important. These plays an vital role to all the audiences. Besides, as the story of the film is of the Indian-sub-continental, the audiences have received it simply. Sound and Music:  There are 8 songs in the film. These are the most powerful contribution of the film. Because, songs are very popular in Bangladesh and if these are love based, there is no way of thinking. Besides, the most popular singers of India have sung for the film. for example,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Shan, Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu. The title of the super hit songs are ''Akashe batashe Chal Sathi'', ''Akash Chhoa Swapna Asha'', ''Premi O Premi'', Chupi Chupi Kichhu Kotha'', ''Premi O Premi'' (as title song), ''Pran Kade hay'', ''Dukkho Jala Koshtote'', and ''Jibone Koto Ritu Ase Jay''.At that time these songs attracted the mind of a lot of audiences. Besides, one of the most popular music composer Devendranath Chatterjee composed the songs and the background musics that helped the film to reach its highest place. Though ''Akashe Batashe Chal Sath'' was copied from a Malayalam song named ''kannadikkoodum Kootti''    Cinematography:   There are many types of shots in the film but the cinematographer could not show his creativity using a different types of shots. Suppose, the great film makers know what types of shots are used to indicate/show what things. But Director Matiur Rahman Panu was not able to show his creativity in this sectors.For example, the  great film makers use Dutch angle shots to show/indicate something unexpected events or uncommon things. Costume and Make up:  The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.    In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures,language and love story.
Riaz and Purnima in Moner Majhe Tumi (2003) movie

Costume and Make up:
The use of costume and make up in this film is so so. There is no creativity. But In 2002, the audiences were happy to see the dress because the dresses were common to many Bengali audiences. Specially, the film is made for the Bengali audiences. Its main target audiences are the Bengali people.

In a word, the film is overall good to many audiences. But to say the main word is It is a common drama and comedy film which is related with the Indian-sub continental cultures, language and love story.



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