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A special online page for Paritraan, the Bishnupriya Manipuri movie


A special page has been created for the Bishnupriya Manipuri movie “Paritraan”. Viewers can visit the page It is first time happening that a Bishnupriya Manipuri movie has got an unique URL, an online distinct identity.  

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  1. Rishi Girok
    What else more yet to be shown in ur blog? Marvellous! let God gives u enough strenght to carry on giving services to the masses and B.M society in particular.Some Jhalak of'Paritran'
    the bioscope of our imar thar really impressed me.I m anxiously waiting for the CDs/DVDs to hit Mumbai.
    I had a talk with the producer Sri Prabhash Kanti Sinha and came to know that the film is recently released in Silchar and he would like to reach to every individual
    from the B.M.society and tell though CDs/DVDs of his film 'Paritran',Look!what is happening in the society, specially in villages.The film will definitely conquer the heart of the masses.
    Director Sri Hiren's first diirectoral film Adhare Mingal was
    also accepted by the people.I too simply liked it.Let the film help us while doing our social work.

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  2. I like the way the movie was promoted in here, making a special page and giving a special URL. Producer and all the crew member now can give a special online address

    i have fallen in love with vishal sinha, tushar sinha, bithi sinha and of course pinky sinha. they have done great job what is visible in the trailor.

  3. I am very happy to learn that s bishnupriya manipuri movie has got a special URL online users will be enthusiatice to see and the way the move is developing is very enthusiatic. hope this will through alight on to bms and to do more on thier socio cultural development. it is perhaps a new era that will star a beging to protect the nice cultur of bms. from p sinha, vadodara, gujarat


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