Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay

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Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay
ASCT 1st Look Poster.jpeg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by
Produced by
Based on Arya 2
Starring
Music by
Cinematography Kumud Verma
Edited by M. Susmit
Production
company
Distributed by
Release date
  • 16 May 2014 (2014-05-16)
Running time
135 minutes
Country  India
 Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay is a 2014 West Bengal and Bangladesh joint film directed by Ashok Pati and Anonno Mamun and produced by Ashok Dhanuka under the banner of Eskay Movies.[1] The film was co-produced by Action Cut Entertainment. The film features Bengali actors Ankush Hazra, Subhasree Ganguly and Vikram Chatterjee in the lead roles.[1] It is a remake of Telugu movie Arya 2. The music for the film was composed by Savvy Gupta, Hridoy Khan & Akassh.

This is the fourth collaboration between Ankush and Eskay Movies, after Idiot, Kanamachi[2], and Khiladi[3]. The is the third collaboration between Subhasree and Eskay Movies, after Khokababu and Khoka 420[4]. This is also Ankush and Subhasree's first Indo-Bangladeshi joint venture film.

Plot[edit]

The film follows Abhijeet, played by Ankush, who is lonely college student who craves friendship. After meeting Bhoomi, played by Subhasree Ganguly, Abhijeet seeks her friendship.[5]

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film is an international co-production between India's Eskay Movies and Bangladesh's Action Cut Entertainment. This began a trend of new Indo-Bangladeshi joint ventures in film, many of which were also produced by Eskay Movies.

Development[edit]

The filming of Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay began on 26 September 2013. According to the director, apart from being a typical romantic comedy-drama film, Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay also has a social message for its viewers. Initially, the leading role was offered to Tollywood star Dev, but due to scheduling problems he rejected the offer. Ashok Pati's next choice was Ankush Hazra, who accepted the role. And for the role of 'Joy' co-director Anonno Mamun approached Bangladeshi new generation and commercially successful actor Symon Sadik. But, after getting the story line Symon rejected the project. A major portion of the film was shot in Pubail (Gazipur), Bangladesh, with the remaining portions filmed in India and Thailand. The title song was shot in Kutch, Gujarat. Bangladeshi national film award winner actor Misha Sawdagor and newcomer Meghla have played important roles in the film.

Soundtrack[edit]

Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay
Soundtrack album by Savvy, Hridoy Khan, & Akassh
Released 1 January 2014 (India)
20 April 2015 (Bangladesh)
Recorded 2014
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Eskay Music
Producer Ashok Dhanuka
Savvy chronology
Majnu
(2013)
Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay
(2014)
Bindaas
(2014)
Hridoy Khan chronology
Ant Story
(2013)
Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay
(2014)
Akassh chronology
Nishwartha Bhalobasa
(2013)
Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay
(2014)
Most Welcome 2
(2014)

The soundtrack of the film was composed Savvy Gupta and Akassh from India and Hridoy Khan from Bangladesh.[6]

The soundtrack was released in India on January 1 2014[6] and in Bangladesh on April 20 2015.[7]

Both the India and Bangladesh releases of the soundtrack contain the same songs, but the order of the tracks differs.[6][7]

Track Listing[edit]

India[edit]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration Music Lyricist
1 "Pakka Ghughu Maal" Shadaab Hashmi 4:24 Savvy Gupta Riddhi
2 "Aami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay" Mohammad Irfan 4:26 Savvy Gupta Saurav Bhadra
3 "Calling Bell" Nakash Aziz and Saberi Bhattacharya 3:26 Savvy Gupta Riddhi & Savvy
4 "Bhalo Lage Na" Hridoy Khan 4:28 Hridoy Khan Goonjohn Rahman
5 "Bangladesher Meye" Akassh 3:30 Akassh Priyo Chattopadhyay
6 "Obujh Bhalobasha" Hridoy Khan and Palak Muchhal 5:31 Hridoy Khan Maliha Tajnin Tani

Bangladesh[edit]

Track Song Singer(s) Duration Music Lyricist
1 "Aami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay" Mohammad Irfan 4:26 Savvy Gupta Saurav Bhadra
2 "Bangladesher Meye" Akassh 3:30 Akassh Priyo Chattopadhyay
3 "Bhalo Lage Na" Hridoy Khan 4:28 Hridoy Khan Goonjohn Rahman
4 "Calling Bell" Nakash Aziz and Saberi Bhattacharya 3:26 Savvy Gupta Riddhi & Savvy
5 "Obujh Bhalobasha" Hridoy Khan and Palak Muchhal 5:31 Hridoy Khan Maliha Tajnin Tani
6 "Pakka Ghughu Maal" Shadaab Hashmi 4:24 Savvy Gupta Riddhi

A review by the Times of India praised the soundtrack and the composers, Savvy Gupta, Hridoy Khan and Akassh, for the foot-tapping numbers. However, the film also noted that film's placement of certain songs in the film were "out of nowhere", specifically "Calling Bell" and "Tumi Jodi", the latter of which was not included in the soundtrack.[1]

Release[edit]

The film released on 16 May 2014.

Critical Reception[edit]

In a review by the Times of India, the director Ashok Pati was praised for being visually treat and keeping the story together, but also criticized some scenes in the middle for being mindless and yawning. Calling the film and out-and-out entertainer, the review gave the film 3/5 stars.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Aami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay Movie Review". The Times of India. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 
  2. ^ "Kanamachi creates a buzz". The Times of India. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 
  3. ^ India, Press Trust of (2013-09-29). "Khiladi 'invades' Bengal turf ahead of pujas". Business Standard India. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 
  4. ^ "Khoka 420 Movie Review". The Times of India. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 
  5. ^ "Subhasree and I can go for a long drive at 3 am". The Times of India. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 
  6. ^ a b c Aami Sudhu Cheyechi Tomay by Savvy, Hridoy Khan, Akassh, 2014-01-01, retrieved 2017-06-18 
  7. ^ a b "Ami Sudhu Cheyechi Tomay". GP Music. Retrieved 2017-07-10. 

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