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Assamese Movie ‘Mur Xekh Gaan (The Last Song)’ To Screen at Mira Road’s MovieMax Cinema on 11th December

Assamese Movie 'Mur Xekh Gaan (The Last Song)' at MovieMax Cinema

We are planning for a screening of our Assamese movie Mur Xekh Gaan (The Last Song) in MovieMax cinema in Mira Road between 12 noon to 3pm on 11th December, Sunday. Tickets will be available on the booking counter and through BookMyShow as well after Wednesday, 7th December.

The team behind this film will be present at the show.

The film is a social drama and can be enjoyed with the whole family. The film has English subtitles.

The story of the movie unfolds over a man’s longing for the birthplace he left behind twenty-five years ago. Does his longing take him to his hometown? Or does his story take a completely different turn? His son who grew up in Mumbai, how does he handle this situation? Does he get to know the reason why his father never went back to Assam?

The film unfolds all these mysteries and more. There is intense love between a father and his son. And there are events of trust, mistrust and reconciliation. You will get to see various shades of people’s characters. And also about social discord. Or rather, the evil aftereffects of social discord. The film ends with a prayer for forgiveness and harmonious coexistence for all.

The story is written by Prabal Baruah, a Mumbai-based Film Maker. He has written the screenplay and directed the film too. Producer is Bijoy Dowerah, who is basically an advertising film producer. Bijoy has written the dialogues and lyrics. Ajay Singha has composed the title song and is doing the background score as well. Sound design and mixing are being done by Debajit Changmai and Amrit Pritam. All these people pouring their hearts into the project are Mumbai-based Assamese people. The story may not be a story of any one of them but longing for the homeland is as intense in each one of them.

There are others from Mumbai in the team. Ace cinematographer Arun Varma is handling the camera and capturing the beauty of Assam like never before. Celebrated Director n Editor Sankalp Meshram is editing the film. DI is being done by another experienced hand, Malay Ray. All three of them studied filmmaking at the prestigious FTII of Pune.

With such an experienced team working tirelessly for the film, technical brilliance is guaranteed.

It will not be wrong to say it is a star-studded project. You have Arun Nath and Mridula Baruah in pivotal roles. Kamal Lochan is playing an extremely lovable character. Viewers will love Bibhuti Bhushan Hazarika and Pratibha Choudhury too.

But as main actors Arghadeep Baruah and Srijani Bhaswa Mahanta have stolen the show. Their chemistry takes the film to another level.

On the musical front, the heartthrob of Assam Zubeen Garg has sung the title song. One solo musical version of the title track is played on Sarod by Ayaan Ali Bangash, grandson of the first Assamese movie star Phunu Baruah of Joymoti fame. And there are two Jyoti Sangeets recreated for the film, which is sung by two other star singers Diplina Deka and Ritrisha Sarmah.

Hope to see you all on 11th December.

Moviemax Theatre
Beverly Park,
Kanakia Road,
Near Kanakia Police Station,
Mira Road. Thane.