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Kie jite kie hare

Kie jite kie hare

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Year 1981 | Odia Movie Database

Kie Jite Kie Hare Audio Artwork.

Kie Jite Kie Hare

Kie Jite Kie Hare Audio Artwork
Kie Jite Kie Hare Audio Artwork

Released on: 27 March 1981 at Prabhat Cinema, Cuttack
Directed by: Nitai Palit
Produced by: Shasanka Sekhar Mishra
Production Co: Sarathi Enterprises
Story: Bijay Kumar Nanda
Screenplay & Dialogue:Shasanka Sekhar Mishra
Choreography: Madho Kishan
Action: Samson Lima, Mohan
Camera: Rajan Kinnagi
Music: Akshaya Mohanty
Lyrics: Akshaya Mohanty, Sirshananda Das Kanungo
Cast: Uttam Mohanty, Bijay Mohanty, Biren Routray, Bibhuti Mishra, Prafulla Das, Sujata Anand, Jayiram Samal, Manoj, Rupalekha Ray, Anita Das, Radha Panda & Akshaya Mohanty
Genre: Social, Drama
Note: Akshaya Mohanty debuted as an actor with this movie. Even a song was picturised on him with Rupalekha Ray. He was awarded with Best Playback Singer in State Film Awards for the year 1981. This is a commercially successful movie.
Plot: Unavailable
  • Mana Haji Jae Aakashara Nile (Singer: S. Janaki)
  • Mana Nuhen Khela Ghara (Singer: S. Janaki)
Reference: Odia Chalachitra Ra Agyat Adhyaya by Bhim Singh, Odia Music

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The Odia Movie Database

The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Orissa | A genius in his labyrinth

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Apr 1, 2011 - In Orissa, AM had no competition. He had only gaping admiration or blistering envy. When he acted as hero in Kie Jite Kie Hare in 1981 against  ...

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