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Video Film “Saharar Mayajal” ready for release

Video Film “Saharar Mayajal” is slated for release on September. The shooting of Saharar Mayajal has been completed and the editing of this new video film is going on at present.

The film has been produced by Dhirija Films and directed by the famous Guwahati based telefilm director, Hitesh Pathak. The story has been written by the famous singer and music director and owner of Nagaon Radio Center, Mr Abani Ranjan Pathak. Dialogues and cinematography is by Mr Pankaj Pallav Sarmah.

The story revolves around an educated unemployed youth, Aniruddha tries to establish himself in his own village and is influenced by his grandfather.

The leading actors of the movie are Jayanata Bhagabati, Guna Mahanta, Khirod Sarma, Surajit Malakar, Abaniranjan Pathak, Kavita Kataki, Shikha Bora, Imran Hussain, Benudhar Kalita, Chittadev Mahanta Atooar Begum, Mamon, Horeswor, Jayanat Sarma, Dipika Mahanta, Debjani, Ranjeet Barman, Pinki Sarma, Queen Hazarika, Gitanjali and child actor, Panchi Thakuria.

Photography has been done by Sachin Das and the music is by Chittradhar Mahanta.


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