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“BAITAAMIN” – Bishnupriya Manipuri Comedy Film releasing on 3rd October, 2010

By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati
A full-length entertaining film “BAITAAMIN” is coming up for the public on 3rd October, 2010. “BAITAAMIN” is the first Bishnupriya Manipuri Comedy film (duration 2:50 hrs.) which will be released and screened by Chitrangada Musical Banner (CMB) at Silpagram, Panjabari (Guwahati) at 10:30 am on 3rd October, 2010.
As one can guess from the title of the film “BAITAAMIN”, which is mispronunciation of ‘vitamin’ by village folks, is a complete entertainment story set in the background of villagers’ interaction with different languages in their day-to-day activities. The film is packaged with a tickling the bone story directed by Hirendra Sinha. He has been assisted by Samar Sinha and Kanan Kishore Sinha (as Production Manager). Story Script and Lyrics is done by Hirendra Sinha. The film is produced by Malay Sinha.
Lead male actors in the film are Niranjan Sinha, Asutosh Sinha(Rabi), Kamal Sinha, Kanan Kishore Sinha, Samar Sinha, Pratyush Sinha(Apu), Dhruba Kalita, and in female lead roles played by Babli Mukherjee, Sarojini Sinha, Suporna Sinha, Sangeeta Sinha and Rita Sinha. Dils Lakshmindra  Sinha is in Guest   Appearance.

Hirendra Sinha and Samar Sinha are singers in male voice and Dhritideepa Barman is female play back singer in the film. Music is directed by Ahir Bhairav and film edited by Kuldeep Bora.
There will be two premier shows of the film on the same day the same venue – 1st Premier Show at 10:30 am and 2nd show at 03:00 pm. Moviegoers interested to watch the film may contact for more details at contact numbers – 9859558157, 9864106334, 9864033055, 9864106524 & 7399342459.
Interesting to note that in the past few years, Bishnupriya Manipuri video films and Music Audios/Videos have shown a proliferating growth despite having no economically viable market. Yet, high-spirited producers are coming up with one-after-another creation. Hope, in this experimental phase of Bishnupriya Manipuri entertainment, the movie Vitamin (Sorry “BAITAAMIN”!) would set a new trend and direction.


  1. Jabor hoba lagil, arakou niyam kore diya patheile bharpur hoba lagtoi !

  2. how to download flim Baitaamin

  3. Please upload and update new release bishnupriya manipuria music albums.

    Bikash sinha

  4. Good news, we need comical capsule like ‘Baitaamin’, ha ha

  5. Nice to hear one more movie in pipeline, hoping this would be something different...


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