★ Assamese cinema
Movie Assamese, also known as Jollywood cinema, films in the Oriya, watched primarily in Assam, India. Industry was born in 1935 when Jyoti Prasad Agarwala released his movie Joymoti. Since then Assamese cinema has developed a slow, sensual style, especially with the movies of Bhabendra Nath Saikia and Jahnu Barua. Industry is called Jollywood, named Agarwala and Jyoti Chitraban film Studio.
Despite its long history and its artistic successes, for a state which always serious about their cinema, Assamese cinema has never managed to break through on the national scene despite its film industry making a mark in the national awards over the years. Although at the beginning of the 21st century has seen bollywood-style Assamese movies hitting the screen, the industry has not been able to compete in the market, significantly overshadowed by large companies, such as bollywood.
1.1. History. 1940-ies. (1940-х годов)
Agarwala made another film after a lapse of two years titled Indramalati. It was his second and last movie. An outstanding composer and singer Bhupen Hazarika Assam, played a prominent role in the play. With the demise of Jyotiprasad, the Assamese film scene witnessed a temporary lull for a couple of years. But that all changed with the outbreak of the Second world war, taking advantage of this, Rohini KR. Baruah made a film on a relevant historical topic called Manomati in 1941. It was followed by films like Parvati Prasad Baruwas Rupahi 1946, Kamal Narayan Choudhurys Badan Barphukan 1947, Fanny Sharmas Siraj, ASIT Sens Biplabi, Prabin Phukans Parghat and Suresh Goswami Runumi.
1.2. History. 1950-ies. (1950-х годов)
In the 1950-ies, Piyali Phukan won the National award. The film was released by Gama Prasad Agarwalla under the aegis of RUP Jyoti productions. Director Fani Sharma and music was composed by Bhupen Hazarika. A film about the life freedom Piyali Phukan fighter who stood against British rule. He was executed by the British on charges of treason. This film was technically advanced for its time. In 1955, a new talent NIP Barua made his directorial debut with Smrit paras. His subsequent films Mak Aaru Moram and police grade received numerous state awards and a silver medal at the national level. Bhupen Hazarika also produced and directed his first film era Bator sur. Prabhat Mukherjee made a film about the universality of motherhood, Puberun 1959, which was shown at the Berlin film festival.
1.3. History. 1960-ies. (1960-х годов)
The next notable film production was Lachit Borphukan by Sarbeswar Chakraborty. Bhupen Hazarika made his musical Shakuntala in 1961, which proved equally successful with critics and the press, winning the presidents silver medal. Following this, a chain of films went into production and got released, including NIP Baruas Narakasur, Anil Choudhurys Matri swarga, Brojen Baruas Bahuto ITU place and Mukta and Anwar Hussains Tejimala.
By the mid-sixties, the film began to be produced in India on a regular basis. However, were produced between 1935 and 1970 a total of 62 films. Besides the filmmakers already mentioned, many others involved in the film industry during the period included Praveen Sharma, Saila Barua, Amar Pathak, Indukalpa Hazarika, Brajen Barua, Dibon Barua, Debkumar Basu, Amulya manna, Gauri barman, Atul Bardoloi, Sujit Singh, Nalin Duara and Prafulla Barua.
1.4. History. 1970-ies. (1970-х годов)
In the period 1970-82, a total of 57 Assamese films. Started the new Directors appear. Samarendra Narayan developers Aranya 1970, Kamal Choudhurys Bhaity 1972, the first color film of Assam Manoranjan Surskoe Uttaran 1973, Prabin Boras Parinam 1974, Deuti Baruas Bristi 1974, Pulok Gogois khoj 1974, Padum Baruas Gong Silonir the needs pakhi 1976, Bhabendranath Saikias Sandhya Raag 1977 and 1978 Atul Bordolois Kollol movies that are worth mentioning.
1.5. History. 1980-ies. (1980-х годов)
Notable Directors of contemporary Assamese cinema are Jahnu Baruah, Sanjeev Hazarika Haladhar, Meemanxa and Bhabendra Nath of Sykia, which was directed by Sandhya Raag, Anirbaan, Agnisnaan, Sarothi, Kolahol, Abartan, Itihaas and Kaal Sandhya). Other Directors include Santwana of Lokpriya aimed Adajya, Bidyut Chakraborty who made rag Birag, both of which have received national and international awards, and Manju Bora, with its many award-winning movies such as Baibhab, Kathare Akashitarar, and Laaz.
Halodhia Choraye Baodhan Khai became the first Assamese film to win National film award for Best feature film in 1988, and has won several awards at the International film festival in Locarno in 1988.
1.6. History. 2000s
In the early 2000-ies, the Director-actor-musician trio Munin Baruah, Jatin Bora and Zubeen Garg have made many popular hit movies like Hey Diya niya and Nayak.
1.7. History. 2010 years. (2010 года)
In 2010, the years saw the light of four Assamese blockbuster - Raamdhenu, mission of China, Kanchanjangha and Ratnakar each charge ₹2 crore at the box office. Toomey Aahibane and Priya Priyaar also crossed one crore mark.
2010 years also saw the growth of new independent voices in cinema Assamese, with unique films like local Kung Fu, Kenny Basumatary, Kothanodi and Aamis Bhaskar Hazarika, S. rock stars and Nightingale can sing Rima Das received recognition at both the national and international level. It was also released the underground cult short film Muktir Mohakabyo.
2010 years also saw the death of many prominent personalities as Director Munin Barua, actor Biju Phukan, musician Bhupen Hazarika, who played an important role in the formation of Assamese cinema.
1.8. History. Two thousand eighteen. (Две тысячи восемнадцать)
In 2018, the village of the rock star won best feature film Swarna Kamal’ award at the 65th National film awards in Delhi, thus becoming the second after the Assamese film Halodhia Choraye Baodhan Khai to win this award. This film also received awards in the categories of Best child artist, Best Audiography and Best editing. The film is also selected for Indias official entry to the 91st of the award "Oscar", making it the first film from Assam to do it.
On July 28, 2018, another Assamese film Xhoixobote Dhemalite got in 3rd International love film festival in Los Angeles, USA three awards for Best film, Best actress and best music. The film also received 8 nominations. He also became the first Assamese film to release in the US.
1.9. History. Two thousand nineteen. (Две тысячи девятнадцать)
In 2019, was released two commercial films. one Kanchanjangha and the other Ratnakar.
Kanchanjangha, released on 5 September was the fastest Assamese film to cross ₹1 crore mark, thus in 4 days. The film also crossed the ₹2 crore mark within 1 week after its release. He collected a total of 5.12 crores of rupees.
Ratnakar, released 11 October became a hit and earned ₹90.5 rupees in 2 days. After one week of sales she has earned ₹3.31 crores of rupees, which is the highest gross for any movie Assamese in one week. After two weeks he earned only ₹6.63 crore rupees, breaking all box office records movie Assamese. After six weeks it was collected only ₹ 9.25 crore.
2.1. Awards. Assam State Film Awards. (Штата Ассам Кинопремий)
Movie award Assam solemn ceremony of Assamese films in Guwahati
2.2. Awards. Film Festival In The Valley Of The Brahmaputra. (Кинофестиваль В Долине Брахмапутры)
Film festival in the valley of the Brahmaputra is a tribute to the rich culture of North East India. The festival is dedicated to the film fraternity of the North-Eastern region of India, especially in Assam. It is an initiative for new authors to get together and fix various aspects of filmmaking. Film festival in Guwahati, Assam, India annually since 2013. This initiative is the creation tattva.
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- Orissa, India - 1951 in Assam, India was an Indian actress of the Assamese cinema Filmography: Manomati 1941 Heer Indramalati 1939 Laaz Ke 1938 Gaan 1938
- Grahan Trailer on Youtube Assamese Culture News Tracing the history of Assamese Cinema at Indian Auteur History of Assamese Cinema from rupaliparda.com
- Censor Board Rupaliparda.com. Archived from the original on March 18, 2014. Retrieved April 7, 2013. History of Assamese Cinema rupaliparda.com.
- Popular Cinema A Narrative of Cultural Change. Trentham Books. pp. 130 ISBN 978 - 1 - 85856 - 329 - 9. Retrieved 27 November 2012. rupaliparda.com, an Assamese film
- Assamese literature Assamese অসম য স হ ত য, romanized: ɔxɔmiya xaɦitjɔ is the entire corpus of poetry, novels, short stories, plays, documents and
- Hiya Diya Niya became a first blockbuster hit in Assamese cinema which helped revive the Assamese film industry. Another film, Dinabandhoo, received
- is popularly called the Rupkonwar of Assamese culture. In fact, he is regarded as the founder of Assamese cinema for Joymati 1935 His death anniversary
- Assamese poetry is poetry in Assamese language. It borrows many themes from Sanskrit literature and is mainly devotional in tone. The origins of Assamese
- actress who works in Assamese cinema She was born in Mangaldoi, Assam. She has played stellar roles in award - winning Assamese films such as Putola Ghar
- Aideu Nilambar Handique Assamese আইদ উ সন দ ক 27 June 1915 17 December 2002 was the first film actress of Assamese cinema She starred in the film
- Assamese film industry, who later became famous as character actress, appearing in three well renowned films bringing a new change to Assamese cinema
- works in Assamese films. Her prominent features include Baandhon, which won the 60th National Film Awards for Best Feature Film in Assamese directed by
- the Indian film entertainment industry, made its first venture into Assamese cinema by backing up The Underworld. Biju Phukan Nipon Goswami Zubeen Garg
- sister - in - law Monbori, the house cleaner Jollywood Rupaliparda IFFI 2009 : 75 YEARS OF ASSAMESE CINEMA Padam Barua: The vanguard of new Assamese cinema
- and is considered one of the most popular and successful actress of Assamese cinema Prastuti Parashar was born at Malow Ali in Jorhat, Assam. Her father
- Barsha Rani Bishaya is an Indian actress who works in Assamese cinema She also acted in many Mobile theatre groups of Assam. Apart from acting, she is
- inspiration to the Assamese film industry and honour some of the eminent film personalities who have contributed to the cause of Assamese cinema of Assam. The
- Ratnakar: A New Myth of Love is a 2019 Indian Assamese - language action drama and romantic film directed by Jatin Bora and produced by himself and Navanita
- Assamese language film directed by Soilya Boruah. The film was released in 1959. It is one of those films made in the tender age of Assamese cinema
- of Assamese literature. Sahitya Akademi Award for Creative Literature in Assamese 2000 National Film Award Swarna Kamal for Best Book on Cinema 2002
- marked the beginning of Assamese cinema Joymoti was screened at the 50th International Conference of the Society For Cinema and Media Studies SCMC
- Locarno International Film Festival in 1988. Assamese Cinema Parbina Rashid 20 April 2003 Committed to cinema for a cause The Tribune, India. Retrieved
- of Assamese cinema It was incorporated on 4 September 1974 under Companies Act 1956 by the Government of Assam. ASFFDC co - produced several Assamese films
- A list of Assamese language films produced by the film industry of Assam, India based in Guwahati and publicly released in the year 2014. Premiere shows
- poet of Assam. He was also one of the early pioneering filmmakers of Assamese cinema He was born on 19 August 1904 near the banks of the Dikhow river in
- arrives Assamese Film Surjasta স ৰ য স ত to Release on 17th May 11 May 2013. Filmfare Awards 2013 Nomination List of Assamese Cinema 19 March
- business. Baker made his first foray into Assamese cinema in 1974. He played the protagonist in the Assamese film Chameli Memsaab. This film went on to
- Ravi Sharma is an Indian film actor who works in the Assamese cinema He has starred in films like Hiya Diya Niya, Nayak, Iman Morom Kiyo Lage, Barood
- list of Assamese languages films released in the decade of the 1950s. There were 19 movies were released in this decade. Released Assamese Films enajori
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