Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Daiba daudi

Daiba daudi

Daiba Daudi

Released on: 06 February 1990
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Hara Pattnaik
Produced by: Surendra Rout
Associate Producer: Pradyumna Lenka
Production Co: Maa Kanaka Durga Films
Dialogues: Shirshananda Das Kanungo
Camera: Shamba, Raju Mishra, Dilip Ray
Editing: Deven Mishra
Choreography: B. H. Tharun Kumar
Action: Mohan Pujari
Costumes: Nirmal
Makeup: Samaresh
Lyrics: Akshaya Mohanty, Devdas Chhotray, Shirshananda Das Kanungo
Music: Akshaya Mohanty
Singers: Subas Das, Geeta Das, Itishree Dash, Bibhu, Akshaya Mohanty
Cast: Uttam Mohanty, Rekha Rao, Elora, Bijay Mohanty, Hara Pattnaik (Dual Role), Jayiram Samal, Debu Bose, Dukhiram Swain, Ashrumochan Mohanty, Asit Pati, Tandra Roy, Braja Singh, Suresh Bala (Banku), Sujata Anand, Sadhana Das (Runu)
Genre: Revenge, Drama, Musical
Note: Debut movie of Hara Pattnaik as an independent director. Made with a budget of Rs. 6,635,000.
Plot: Unavailable
  • Emiti Kete Kete Dina Asiba (Singer: Akshaya Mohanty)
  • Bagicha Ra Na Tini Konia (Singer: Akshaya Mohanty)
  • Dheu Pare Dheu (Singer: Unavailable)
  • Aa Mo Pakhaku Aa (Singer: Unavailable)
  • Jadi Dariba (Singer: Unavailable)
  • State Film Awards: Best Actress – Rekha Rao
  • State Film Awards: Best Singer (Male) – Subas Das
  • State Film Awards: Best Singer (Female) – Geeta Das
  • State Film Awards: Best Lyrics – Devdas Chhotray
Reference: Odia Chalachitra Ra Agyat Adhyaya by Bhim Singh, HindiGan.com
http://archive.is/CWKG By justlalit • Posted in Released by Year 

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