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PREMOR ITHOU to release March end

By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati

Shooting for the Bishnupriya Manipuri feature film PREMOR ITHOU is taking place and it is expected to hit the market at the end of March. It is produced by Kartik Sena Sinha.

PREMOR ITHOU, which means “the wave of love”, is a mix of romance, action and entertainment; the length of the movie is 2 hours and 50 minutes.

The movie is about the love-turned-enmity relationship between two intimate childhood friends who become heads of two villages. Their intimate friendship turned sore with family rivalry and clash due to building up of their children’s love relationship.

The story takes turn when the two friends surrender their rivalry against the true wave of love between their children and they surrender their harboured enmity.

Details of the movie:

  • Story, Script, Screenplay, Lyrics & Direction: Hirendra Sinha
  • Produced by: Kartik Sena Sinha
  • Asstt. Director: Samar Sinha
  • Technical Director: Rupkamal Hazarika
  • Action Director: Kamal Sinha
PREMOR ITHOU album cover
The making of the movie

Play back Singers: Tushar Arjun, Hirendra, Bithi, Nirmal & Samar

Actors: Sangeeta Sinha (introducting), Jishnu Prasad Sinha(Hero), Hirendra Sinha, Madan Sinha, Sadhana Sharma, Kumkum Sinha, Shilpi Sinha, Madan Kumar, Biki, Jyotika Sinha & Kanan Kishore Sinha, Sarojini Sinha

Guest Artists : Kartik Sena Sinha, Rita Sinha & Laxmindra Sinha

For more details contact: Hirendra Sinha, Director – 09859558157


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