Kanyadaan

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For Kanyadan (Hindu Marriage), see Kanyadan.
Not to be confused with Kanyadaan, 1968 Hindi film.
Kanyadaan
Directed by Munin Barua
Produced by C.S. Narayan
Swaraj Das (Baba)
Written by Munin Barua
Screenplay by Munin Barua
Starring Jatin Bora
Mridula Baruah
Music by Zubeen Garg
Cinematography Suman Dowerah
Edited by A. Sreekar Prasad
Release date
19 March 2002
Country  India
Language Assamese

Kanyadaan (Assamese: কন্যাদান) is a 2002 Assamese family drama movie directed by Munin Barua.[1]

Story[edit]

The story is based on a joint family of a place called Bokulpur. The protagonist of the movie (Jatin Bora) is the youngest son of the family who falls in love with a girl from a wealthy background of the town. He has three brothers and three sisters in law. The sisters in law knows about his fascination towards the girl but the brothers are not aware of it. It is social movie projecting a simple family of the middle-class background.

Box Office[edit]

It was made at a Budget of 25 lakhs and earned 55 lakhs

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Kanyadaan
Soundtrack album by Zubeen Garg
Released 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Assamese
Label Pooja Motion Pictures
Producer C.S. Narayan
Swaraj Das (Baba)
Zubeen Garg chronology
Nayak Kanyadaan
(2002)
Jiban Nadir Duti Par
(2002)

The music of Kanyadaan is composed by Zubeen Garg. The album contains 6 tracks.

Track list
No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Ul Guthibo Jaanene" Swaswati Phukan, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Zubeen Garg  
2. "Bandhoi Oi" Zubeen Garg  
3. "Choua Choua" Mitali Borkotoki  
4. "Sun Rupere" Manas Robin, Jonkey Borthakur  
5. "Lohiale Ronga Beli" Zubeen Garg, Nirmali Das  
6. "Neela Neela" Zubeen Garg, Kalpana Patowary  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Acclaimed Films of Munin Barua". NELive. 11 September 2016. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 

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