Sasura Ghara Zindabad

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Sasura Ghara Zindabad
Directed by Sanjay Nayak
Produced by Uttam Chand Jain
Starring Sabyasachi Misra
Megha Ghosh
Bijay Mohanty
Tandra Roy
Jairam Samal
Hadu Patnaik
Music by Abhijit Majumdar
Cinematography Ranjan
Production
company
Top Films
Distributed by Top Films
Release date
  • 13 August 2010 (2010-08-13)
Country India
Language Odia

Sasura Ghara Zindabad (Odia: ଶଶୁର ଘର ଜିଂଦାବାଦ୍) is a 2010 Oriya film screenplay & directed by Sanjay Nayak. This light, entertaining film revolves around the three sons-in-law.[1][2][3][4] The film achieved the rare distinction of entering the Limca Book of Records for having approval of censorship as one of two films by the same producer, director, cinematographer and hero, along with the film Dil Tate Deichi on the same day.[5]

Plot[edit]

The story is about three sons-in-law. The youngest of them is Raja, played by Sabyasachi Mishra. The middle son-in-law is Hadu Patnaik, while the eldest of them being Arvind. These three marry to the daughters of the rich industrialist Biren Mishra. The three heroines are Mayuri,Deepali and Megha. The father-in-law has two wives, played respectively by Puspa Panda and Snigdha Mohanty. Apparently, the eldest two of the sons-in-law are living off the property of their father in law, sitting idle. When the third son-in-law arrives in the scene, who is a petty thief, he quickly changes the situation.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The music of the film composed by Abhijit Majumdar. The tracks from the film include:

Track Singer Lyricist
Aakhi Misheile Karinebi Najara Hata Misheile Abhijit Misra Nirmal Nayak
Aakhire Othare Nidare Swopnare Kehi Jane Manas Pritam & Ira Mohanty Sujit Parija
Bagha Aji Men Men Heichhi Chheli Abhijit Majumdar Arun Mantri
Omm Nama Nama Sashu Debi Namaste Bibhu Kishor Basant Raj Samal
Sunathu Adhika Suna Laguchhi Rupathu Adhika Kumar Sanu & Ira Mohanty Arun Mantri

Awards & Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panda, Namita (17 August 2010). "Son-in-law sets house on fire". Calcutta, India: The Telegraph. 
  2. ^ Sasura Ghara Zindabad
  3. ^ Panda, Namita (4 August 2010). "Tool room to screen test, actor rules". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 
  4. ^ "SASURA GHARA ZINDABAD". ORIYA CINEMA OUR CINEMA. 
  5. ^ "Oriya film industry set to enter Limca Book". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 25 May 2010. 
  6. ^ "ETV Oriya Film Awards". Ushodaya Enterprises Private Limited. 
  7. ^ Crymnsync. "Second ETV Oriya Film Awards 2011 Nominations". Full Rissa News. 

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