R D Burman film, Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai screening at Kala Ghoda Festival 2012

Rahul Dev Burman

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Mumbai, February 4, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) For all the lovers of music, films and R D Burman,  for all those who have missed out on the many screenings, festivals or otherwise, the landmark film on RD Burman, Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai (an unending journey) … here’s an opportunity to catch the film once again.

Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai, the multiple National Award Winning film (among other awards and accolades), produced and directed by Brahmanand S Siingh and distributed and marketed by Shemaroo, will be screened as part of the ongoing Kalaghoda Festival (Feb 4-12) on the 7th (Tuesday) at BNHS at 2.30 pm.

Incidentally, Siingh leaves for Berlinale on the early 7th morning so he won’t be available for the Q & A after the movie screening. “I’ll be in Berlin and miss out on the Q & A … but I’ll ensure one of my colleagues is there to speak about the film and RD Burman both.” Q&As after this film has always been a hugely invigorating session after every such screening.

Seeing the constant demand for the film, Shemaroo has once again, infused a fresh supply of Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai (an unending journey) to all shops like Rhythm House and other key retail outlets along with their own platform (http://panchamunmixed.shemaroo.com/) for the music lovers to avail of this amazingly well-received film all over the world. Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaan Hai (an unending journey) Collectors Edition is inclusive of a special Coffee Table Book titled ‘Pancham - Strings of Eternity’, which is an elegant coffee table book with some enchanting anecdotes, insights, emotions and rare photographs of this legend. The Collectors Pack comprises of 2 DVDs: Disc 1 has the film ‘Pancham Unmixed’ and Disc 2, titled ‘Pancham Magic’ has 30 timeless Original Video Songs composed by Pancham Da.

Siingh is off to Berlin in connection with Between Our Worlds, the Indo-German production he’s been working on. Selected under the Prime Exchange prgramme last year, written by a German writer Katharina Suckale, Between Our Worlds is an unlikely but powerful love story caught against the backdrop of farmers’ suicide in India and corporate greed internationally. With a fewe big names gradually getting involved, the search for the big International star to play one of the leads is on. “ Its too early a stage to talk much about it,” says Siingh, “the movement is slow … planned for 2013 beginning … but it’s surely one of the most important films to be made anywhere in the world … it’s so beautiful … so lyrical, in its inherent human drama while addressing an issue that affects us all.”

It seems like its busy times fo Siingh for before Between Our Worlds, he is also doing Surmayee Shaam (A Musical Sunset, a relationship thriller against the backdrop of Alzheimer’s, Indian production), in addition to a few prestigious Jury invitations up his platter. More details about the filmmaker is available on www.brahmanandsingh.com and on +91-9821072653.


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