Friday, November 14, 2014

Gapa hele bi sata

Gapa hele bi sata 
(1976
Nagen Ray (Subimal Chandra Mallik - Swati Films - 1st coloured)






Sathi-re ja kahi mun je jane-na Suman Kalyanpur (Guru Krishna Goswami)
E bana-ra chhai jahin prathama prema Amit Kumar, Suman Kalyanpur (Guru Krishna Goswami)
E mora dost jibana-ku kari-dele Amit Kumar (Guru Krishna Goswami)
Hun hun ka baijhulia gita-re Suman Kalyanpur (Guru Krishna Goswami)
Jaya jadu nandana Radhika Suman Kalyanpur (Guru Krishna Goswami)



Gapa Hele Bi Sata

Gapa Hele Bi Sata Poster
Gapa Hele Bi Sata Poster (Image courtesy: Cinema Sagar)

Released on: 16th July 1976 at Prabhat & Jyoti Talkies, Cuttack
Directed by: Nagen Roy
Produced by: Nagen Roy
Production Co: Swati Films
Writer: Basant Mahapatra
Screenplay: P. D. Shenoy
Music: Bhuban – Hari
Lyrics: Shibabrata Das, Kalindi Charan Panigrahi
Cast: Durlabh, Harish Mahapatra, Suresh Mahapatra, Banaja Mohanty, Netrananda, Sudha Rani, Niharika Sahu, Saudamini
Genre:Social, Drama
Note: First Odia film made in Colour completely.
Plot: Wealthy tourist at Temples of Konark in Odisha meets and marries a local woman then leaves and doesn’t return. His wife traces him to his home.
Songs:
  • Jaya Jadu Nandana (Singers: Vani Jayaram, Suman Kalyanpur)
  • E Mora Dost (Singer: Amit Kumar)
  • Gapa Helebi Sata (Title Song) (Singer: Suman Kalyanpur)
  • Sathire Mun Je Janena Kaha Bata (Singer: Suman Kalyanpur)
  • E Banara Chhai (Singers: Suman Kalyanpur, Amit Kumar)
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By justlalit • Posted in Released by Year • http://archive.is/DteY


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