MUSIC LAUNCH OF THE FILM “ARDHANGINI- EK ARDHSATYA”
Satyom Entertainment Presents “ARDHANGINI- EK ARDHSATYA”
Music under Venus Worldwide Entertainment
Beautiful story telling meets divine music! Music of the film ‘Ardhangini- EkArdhsatya’- A bilingual film by Reema Mukherjee has been adapted from Rabindranath Tagore’s acclaimed 1914 story Ghare Baire into a musical style film.
The launch took place at one of the plush lounges in the city. The launch saw the presence of Director, Producer, Writer- Reema Mukherjee; Star cast- Subodh Bhave, Sreelekha Mitra, Subrat Dutta, Varsha Usgaonkar; Lyricists- Dr. Deepak Sneh & Daur Saifee; Music Director- Dinesh Arjuna; Editor- Arun- Shekar, Jyoti Saxena & Madhushree who graced the launch with their presence.
Director, Producer, Writer- Reema Mukherjee says “The age of a film is decided by its story and the age of a song is decided by its lyrics. This is a film which will grow gradually inside you and shall stay back”
Champak Jain of Venus Worldwide Entertainment says “The film is an outstanding presentation of Rabindranath Tagore’s acclaimed 1914 story Ghare Baire. Reema has done a marvelous job. The songs in the album are melodious and I am sure the they will loved by each and everyone”
Music of Reema Mukherjee’s ambitious project Ardhangini- Ek Ardhsatya’ is touted to be one of the most melodious albums of the year. Ace singers like- Sukhwinder Singh, Hariharan, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Vasundhara Das, Madhushree, Raghav Chaterjee have lend their melodious voices to transfer you to the era of Rabindranath Tagore.
Satyom Entertainment Presents “Ardhangini- EkArdhsatya”- Director, Producer, Writer- Reema Mukherjee; Star cast- Subodh Bhave, Sreelekha Mitra, Subrat Dutt, Manoj Mitra, Reema Lagoo, Varsha Usgaonkar; DOP- Ravi Bhat, Lyricists- Dr. Deepak Sneh & Taursaifee; Music Director- Dinesh Arjuna; Editor- Arun- Shekar; Studio- Empire; Lab- Prasad.
Tagore’s GhareBaire is set in the opening years of the 20th century when the British are pursuing a policy of divide and rule, creating an artificial rift between Hindus and Muslims. The middle class intelligentsia is violently opposed to this policy. Sandip Mukherjee, a leader of this political movement, comes to Suksayar, the country estate of his friend Nikhil Choudhury. Nikhil’s wife Bimla is swept off her feet by Sandip’s charisma and lively charm, which is in sharp contrast to her own husband’s calm sobriety. Sandip, attracted to Bimala, decides to make Suksayar the centre of his political activity. Nikhil realizes what has happened. He knows that Sandip is driven more by a lust for power than any genuine patriotic motive.
As the story progresses, the relationship between Bimla and Sandeep gets stronger and soon they cross the line of friendship- This is the beginning of a storm in a tea cup.