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Eito Prem
Eito Prem poster.jpg
Threatrical Poster
Directed by Shohel Arman
Produced by Shaheen Kabir
Written by Shohel Arman
Starring Shakib Khan
Bindu
Amit Hasan
Shaduzammin Selim
Music by Songs:
Habib Wahid
Background score:
Adith
Release date
  • March 13, 2015 (2015-03-13)
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Eito Prem (Bengali: এইতো প্রেম; English: This Is Love)[1] is a 2015 Bangladeshi romance[2] feature film written by Shohel Arman[3] and also directed by Shohel Arman. The film stars Shakib Khan and Bindu as the lead pair of the film along with the Ramondo Mojomdar, Shaduzammin Selim, Afroaz Bano, Amit Hasan and Hasan Imam. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Habib Wahid.

Plot

Eito Prem is a love story set during the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh.[4]

Cast

  • Shakib Khan as Surjo
  • Bindu as Madhbi
  • Shohiuzzaman Seleem
  • Ramendu Majumdar
  • Afroaz Bano
  • Syad Hasan Imam
  • Amit Hasan
  • Nipun
  • Masum Aziz
  • Shiraz Haydar
  • Khurshiduzzaman Uthpol
  • Shahanur
  • Shamol Jakaria
  • Binoy Voddro
  • Sarwar
  • Kohinoor
  • Sazzad Reza
  • Pran Ray
  • Sayeed Babu
  • Prithu

Soundtrack

Eito Prem
Eito Prem CD.jpg
Soundtrack album by Habib Wahid
Released 2009
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Sangeeta

The film score of the film as well as the soundtrack was scored by Habib Wahid. The soundtrack, featuring 7 tracks overall, has lyrics by Shohel Arman.

The soundtrack was released in 2009. The album was both critically acclaimed and gained popularity upon its release.

Track listing

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Moner Bhetor" Habib Wahid & Nancy  
2. "Jotsna Debo" Nancy  
3. "Jak Na Ure" Milon Mahmud  
4. "Modhuboner Phool" Doli Shyantor  
5. "Hridoye Amar Bangladesh" Habib Wahid, Arfin Rumey, Predeep Kumar  
6. "Hridoye Amar Bangladesh(slow)" Habib Wahid, Arfin Rumey, Predeep Kumar  
7. "Moner Bhetor(slow)" Habib Wahid & Nancy  

References

This page was last edited on 19 June 2017, at 21:52.
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