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Zindagi Tumse

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Directed by Tariq Bhat
Produced by Sona Manwani
Written by T. Manwani Anand
Music by Dharmendra Singh Bhadoriya
Cinematography P Monty, Satish Sista, Mehul Shah
Post Production Navneet Arjun, Shankar Regar, Ashpak Mujawar
Costume design Niharika Tariq
Production supervisor Mohsin Khan
Release date 1 November, 2019
Running time 120 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget ₹50,000,000..[1]

Zindagi Tumse is a 2019 feature film directed by Tariq Bhat, written by T. Manwani Anand, starring Sadhana Singh, Guddi Maruti, Rajesh Puri, Marina Kuwar, Mayur Verma, Rehan Tariq, Vijay Ishwarlal Pawar and Shreechand Makhija. The film is produced by Sona T. Manwani and the music is composed by Dharmendra Bhadouriya[2].

The key elements of the movie revolve around the struggle, sacrifices of the parents and ill-treatment faced by them during their old age[3]. It is the only Bollywood film which screened all over Kashmir during Militancy and before the abrogation of Article 370.

Plot[edit]

The film shows the story of a mother who courageously fights against all odds to feed and educate her children after her husband’s demise. The protagonist fends for her children and is present at their every beck and call. She also makes sacrifices for her children for a major chunk of her life. Despite this, when she reaches her old age, her children grow apart from their roots. The same sacrificial mother is now seen as a burden and hence, she gets mistreated by her own children. They leave her in an old-age home, making her feel miserable. The climax of the movie is when she fights back strongly and gets justice.

In the initial phase, the movie develops on the bonding between the parent and the children which later takes a sad turn of events.

Cast[edit]

  • Sadhana Singh as Mamta
  • Guddi Maruti as Durga
  • Rajesh Puri as Makhija
  • Vijay Ishwarlal Pawar as Anna
  • Shreechand Makhija as Mathur
  • Marina Kuwar as Marina
  • Mayur Verma as Vansh
  • Rehan Tariq as Baby Vansh

Crew[edit]

  • Directed by Tariq Bhat
  • Written by T. Manwani Anand
  • Produced by Sona Manwani
  • Music by Dharmendra Singh Bhadoriya
  • Cinematography by P Monty, Satish Sista
  • Film editing and post production: Navneet Arjun, Shankar Regar, Ashpak Mujawar
  • Costume design by Niharika Tariq
  • Digital Media Partner: Jay Saraiya
  • Visual effects: Shyam Kishor
  • Choreographer: Avinash Shejwal
  • Additional Programmer: Sumit Melekaar
  • Publicist: Shamrock Communication
  • Publicist: Vedant Kumar Mishra

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Lyricist: Dharmendra Ehsaas
  • Background score: Pankaj Rajput
  • Singer: Sarodee Borah, Arvind Ojha, Lucky Thakur
  • Song mix and mastering: W. Keval Jaywant
  • Music Director: Dharmendra Bhadouriya[4]

Note: Sarodee Borah has been nominated for the “12th Mirchi Music Awards, 2020” for the category of ‘Best Upcoming Female Vocalist of the year’ for her song ‘Sapne Jo Bhi’ in this movie.

Track Listing[5][edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Lyricist(s) Length
1.    Mere Humdum Sarodee Borah Dharmendra Ehsaas 5.05
2.    Dil Chahta hai Arindam Mukherjee Arindam Mukherjee 5.27
3.    Sapne Sarodee Borah Dharmendra Ehsaas 3.51
4.    Raahein Meri Lucky Thakur Karan Kushwah, Dharmendra Ehsaas  5.54
5.    Sapne (Male) Arvind Ojha Dharmendra Ehsaas 3.51
6.    Raahein Meri- Version 2 Shekhar Rawat Karan Kushwah, Dharmendra Ehsaas  5.54
7.    Zindagi Tumse Theme Song (Instrumental) 1.15
8.    Mere Humdum (Classic Version) Sarodee Borah Dharmendra Ehsaas 6.00

Promotion, Release and Reception[edit]

Filmmaker Tariq Bhat screened his film ‘Zindagi Tumse’ on July 19, 2019. This was showcased in the Tagore hall of Srinagar.

On watching the film. Nasir Ahmad, a local resident said, “It shows that Kashmiris have so much talent that can be nourished and they can become anything, be it a filmmaker, doctor or engineer, if provided with proper opportunities.”

“This culture has almost got finished in the State but director Tariq Bhat has taken a great initiative to revive it by organizing this film screening”, a local singer, Bilal Ahmed said[6].

The film was officially released on October 18th, 2019.

It has a rating of 3.3/5 as per India Times, Times of India[7]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Sarodee Borah hailing from Dibrugarh, Assam has been nominated for the “12th Mirchi Music Awards, 2020.” Sarodee has been nominated for the category of ‘Best Upcoming Female Vocalist of the year’ for her song ‘Sapne Jo Bhi’ in this movie. She is the first female singer from Assam to be nominated for the prestigious Mirchi Awards.

References[edit]

  1. IMDB, IMDB (2019-11-01), Zindagi tumse (Information), Sona Enterprises, retrieved 2020-12-02
  2. "Zindagi Tumse | Hindi Movie | Movie Reviews, Showtimes". NOWRUNNING. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
  3. Raj, Deepa (October 18, 2019). "Zindagi Tumse". Apeksha News Network. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "Zindagi Tumse (2019) Cast - Actor, Actress, Director, Producer, Music Director". Cinestaan. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
  5. Raaga.com. "Zindagi Tumse Songs Download, Zindagi Tumse Hindi MP3 Songs, Raaga.com Hindi Songs". www.raaga.com. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
  6. "Film screening organised to boost cinema-culture in Jammu and Kashmir". ANI News. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
  7. Zindagi Tumse Movie: Showtimes, Review, Trailer, Posters, News & Videos | eTimes, retrieved 2020-12-02


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