In the last two months, Assamese cinema has seen a flurry of releases. Rajesh Bhuyan’s ‘Doordarshan-Eti Jantra’ which did well at the box office was followed by Bhaskar Hazarika’s ‘Kothanodi’. ‘Kothanodi’ has turned out to be a critical and commercial success. Now, Zubeen Garg’s ambitious project ‘Gaane ki Aane’ named after an immortal song of Garg has released today. After last year’s ‘Rodor Sithi’, the music maestro will be seen acting in a movie again.
Inspired from Zubeen’s life?
It has been said that the plot of the movie has lot of resemblance with the real life of Zubeen Garg. Sources have also said that the movie is inspired from Bollywood films like ‘Abhimaan’ and ‘ Aashiqui 2’. Apart from Zubeen, the movie stars Parineeta Borthakur and Rimpi Das as the two female leads. The film has been directed by Rajesh Yashpal from Mumbai who has also penned the script and dialogues. Interestingly, Yashpal also plays the main antagonist in the movie. Yashpal has earlier directed Hindi serials like ‘Kusum’ and Kyunki Saans Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’. Nipon Goswami and Hiranya Deka form the rest of the cast. Music of the film has been composed by Zubeen himself. Music of the movie has already become popular with the song ‘Janu Janu’ getting 15,000 views on YouTube in just three days of its release.
Wide release for ‘Gaane ki Aane’
‘Gaane ki Aane’ has released in 44 theatres across Assam, thus enjoying one of the widest releases for an Assamese movie in recent time. The movie has released in 10 theatres in Guwahati, two each in Tinsukia, Nowgaon and Sibsagar and three each in Dibrugarh, Jorhat. ‘Kothanodi’ which has done good business at the box office had released in 19 theatres.