Daruchini Dip

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Daruchini Dip
Daruchini Dip.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by Toukir Ahmed
Produced by Faridur Reza Sagar (Impress Telefilm Ltd.)
Written by Humayun Ahmed
Starring Riaz
Zakia Bari Momo
Mamnun Hasan Emon
Bindu
Abul Hayat
Asaduzzaman Noor
Mosharraf Karim
Abdullah al Mamun
Fazlur Rahman Babu
Music by S I Tutul
Cinematography A R Swapan
Edited by Atish Dey Sarkar
Distributed by Channel i
Release date
  • 31 August 2007 (2007-08-31)
Running time
126 minutes
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Daruchini Dip (Bengali: দারুচিনি দ্বীপ) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language film.[1] It was released on 31 August 2007 throughout Bangladesh. The film is based on the Bangladeshi novelist and film maker Humayun Ahmed’s popular novel of the same name.[2] It was directed: by most popular TV actor Toukir Ahmed.[3] Daruchini Dip stars Riaz, the award-winning Zakia Bari Momo,[4] Mamnun Hasan Emon, Bindu, Abul Hayat, Asaduzzaman Noor, Mosharraf Karim, Abdullah al Mamun, and Fazlur Rahman Babu.

The film was appreciated by film critics and won the National Film Award of Bangladesh Best Film of the Year 2007 and was nominated in seven categories also won all are.[5] It also won Best Foreign Language Film at the 2010 Bali International Film Festival Awards in Indonesia.

Plot[edit]

A team of young boys and girls plan to have a big trip across Bangladesh. They all hail from the mega city of Dhaka. In Bangladesh, being a conservative country, it is not common to the sight of a group consisting of both young, single men and women traveling together. Yet in this story, the girls are seen to try to make it against the stream. Each had a different destination in mind: like Sundarban, Cox's Bazar, Saint Martin and many more places. Finally they decide to go to Daruchini Dwip. 'Shuvro'(Riaz) has a big problem for his weak eyesight because he may be put out from the program. But finally the full team goes on a train with 'Shuvro'.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Director - Toukir Ahmed
  • Associate Director - H E Ahmed Tomal, Anowar Khan, Tapu Ahmed, Imon and Kamruzzaman Babu
  • Produccer - Faridur Reza Sagar (Impress Telefilm Ltd.)
  • Executive Produccer - Faridur Reza Sagar and Ibne Hasan Khan
  • Story - Humayun Ahmed
  • Scriptwriter - Humayun Ahmed
  • Dialogue - Humayun Ahmed
  • Cinematography - A R Swapan
  • Art Director - Soyed Zahid Iqbal
  • Music - S I Tutul
  • Editing - Atish Day Sarkar
  • Sound - Anup Mukharjee
  • Dress - Shahrukh Amin Tingku
  • Choreography - Kabirul Islam Ratan
  • Distributor - Channel i

Technical details[edit]

  • Format: 35 MM (Color)
  • Real: 13Pans
  • Running Time: 126 Minutes
  • Original Language: Bengali
  • Sub-Title: English
  • Country of Origin: Bangladesh
  • Date of Theatrical Release: 2007
  • Year of the Product: 2006-2007
  • Technical Support: Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (BFDC)

Awards and achievement[edit]

International awards[edit]

  • Winner Best Foreign Language Film: Bali International Film Festival Awards 2010 Indonesia.[6]

National Film Awards[edit]

Daruchini Dwip won the National Film Awards total seven categories in the year of 2007.

  • Winner Best Film 'Impress Telefilm Ltd.' 2007
  • Winner Best Actor: 'Riaz' 2007
  • Winner Best Actress: 'Zakia Bari Momo' 2007
  • Winner Best Music Director 'S I Tutul' 2007
  • Winner Best Choreographer: 'Kabirul Islam Ratan' 2007
  • Winner Best Side Role Actor: 'Abul Hayat' 2007
  • Winner Best Scriptwriter: 'Humayun Ahmed' 2007

Meril Prothom Alo Awards[edit]

Music[edit]

The music for Daruchini Dwip was directed by S I Tutul.

  1. "Dur Dwipobasini" - Samina Chowdhury and Fahmida Nabi
  2. "Monta Jeno Aaj Pakhir Dana" - S I Tutul and Samina Chowdhury

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Movies: Daruchini Dip". moviesfrombd.com. Retrieved 27 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Reza, Farida (18 April 2008). "Reader’s Opinion A visit to "Daruchini Dwip"". The Daily Star. Retrieved 13 April 2011. 
  3. ^ Cultural Correspondent (31 August 2007). ""Daruchini Dwip" on Channel-i today". The Daily Star. Retrieved 13 April 2011. 
  4. ^ Cultural Correspondent (11 August 2006). "Road to 'Daruchini Dwip' Update on 'Lux Channel i Superstar'". The Daily Star. Retrieved 13 April 2011. 
  5. ^ Arts & Entertainment (1 September 2008). "National Film Awards for the last fours years announced". The Daily Star. Retrieved 8 May 2011. 
  6. ^ ""Daruchini Dwip" wins the day Bali International Film Festival / Arts & Entertainment". The Daily Star. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 13 April 2011. 

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