By Priyanka Dutta
Sudipto Sengupta, Rimjhim Mitra, Mehtab Hossain, Sonali Chowdhury, Raja Chatterjee and Hriju Roy Chowdhury
Kolkata, Dec 30, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) The original soundtrack music album of the upcoming Bengali film ‘Final Mission’ was launched on 26th December at Weaver’s Studio in the presence of director Sudipto Sengupta, music director Hriju Roy Chowdhury, singer Ravi Chaudhury and leading cast members Rimjhim Mitra and Raja Chatterjee. Actress Sonali Chowdhury also graced the occasion adding more star value to the event.
The film ‘Final Mission’ revolves around the life of an honest business magnate Jayabroto Chakraborty who gets assassinated as an outcome of an appalling conspiracy hatched by three criminals Ranabir Hazra, Binod Pandey and Manmohan Sawant. Earlier Jayabrata was an intimate friend of Ranabir Hazra. Apart from that, Jayabrato’s wife shared a congenial relationship with Ranabir’s wife Jui.
This harmony gets derailed when the vicious mentality of Ranabir Hazra comes to the forefront, with fumes of retaliation harboured by Jui within herself against her own husband. The film also depicts the tale of her deadly mission of vengeance against her husband.
The story of ‘Final Mission’ vividly reflects the empathetic attitude of one family towards another and a tireless struggle to ensure the justification of integrity and veracity. This is an ethics-governed and passion driven mission for vanquishing injustice and establishing justice as an eternally triumphant phenomenon.
Shyamal Dutta plays the role of Ranabir Hazra, Shankar Chakraborty appears as Binod Pande, Raja Chatterjee as Manomohan Sawant, Firdous as Rana and Rimjhim Mitra as Somana Pande.
The music launch began with the introduction of music director and the singer Ravi Chaudhury who gets his first break with this film. Ravi Chaudhury performed 'Tomay dekhe mone elo' from the album. Even the music director joined him in the song “Andho samaje tufan aante”.
The Bengali soundtrack album contains seven audio songs. The lyrics of the songs have been penned by Smarajit Bandyopadhyay and Rajaram Chaudhury. Singers who have lent their voice include Abhijit, Reema, Mahalaxmi Iyer, Sai Sandeep, Udit Narayan, Javed Ali and Ravi Chaudhury.
The seven songs are “Ure ure bohudure”, “Rappa rappa sara rappa”, “Tomay dekhe mone elo”, “Chai hoye ure gelo”, “Sudhu tumi ei sandhyay”, “Maa aar santan” and “Andho samaje tufan aante”. The songs have diverse emotions ranging from love to melancholy.
Sudipto Sengupta is credited for the story, screenplay, DoP and direction. The film has been produced by Calcutta Talkies Production. The music and background score are composed by Hriju Roy Chowdhury.
Snehasish Ganguly is the editor of the film while Sasanka Sanyal is the art director. Tapan Banerjee is the production controller and the action sequences have been directed by B. Srikanth and Khokan Saha.
Dialogues have been written by Amit Sarkar and Sudeshna Chakraborty. The choreography has been direced by Nantu Roy, Sonu Sahani, Anindya Saha and Kailash Sharma.
Sonali Chowdhury stressed on the importance of raising one's voice against injustice, and believes that trait in the film will appeal to it's audience. East Bengal football (soccer) team captain Mehtab Hossain was delighted to be present at the launch and promised to win the cup for the team's supporters the next time.
Before the music album was officially launched, a sneak peek into the film was screened. The music album marketed by Sagarika was then launched by Sudipto Sengupta, Raja Chatterjee, Rimjhim Mitra, Sonali Chowdhury, Mehtab Hossain, Hriju Roy Chowdhury and Ravi Chowdhury.