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Hridoyer Kotha

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Hridoyer Kotha
Hridoyer Katha.jpeg
VCD Cover
Directed by SA Haque Alik
Produced by Riaz
Tuhin Boruya
Written by S.A. Shahid
Music by
Cinematography Alamgir Khasru
Edited by Fajle Haque
Distributed by Pothik
Release date
18 October 2006
Running time
138 minutes
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Hridoyer Kotha (Bengali: হৃদয়ের কথা) is a Bangladeshi film released on 18 October 2006[1] directed by S.A. Haque Alik. Riaz produced the movie, the first time in his career.[2] Notable songs in the film include Bhalobasbo Basbore Bondhu (Habib Wahid) and Jay Din Jay Ekaki (S.I. Tutul).

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  • Riaz – Anik
  • Purnima – Adhora
  • Tushar Khan
  • Doli Johur – Adhora's mother
  • Dr. Ejaj – Porter
  • Nasrin
  • Mannan Shafiq
  • Moushumi


Hridoyer Kotha
Soundtrack album by Alauddin Ali, Habib Wahid and S.I. Tutul
Released 2006 (Bangladesh)
Genre Film Soundtrack
Producer Laser Vision[3] (Audio)
Anupam (Video)

Music for the film was conducted Alauddin Ali, with music directors Habib Wahid and S.I. Tutul. Habib Wahid has sung "Bhalobasabo Basabore Bondhu" and S.I. Tutul has sung "Jay Din Jay Ekaki".


Track Song Singer Notes
1 "Bhalobasabo Basabore Bondhu" Habib Wahid
2 "Kotota Bosor Ei Sukh Robego" Monir Khan and Rumana Islam Kanak Chapa
3 "Tomake Chere Ami Ki Niye Thakbo" Monir Khan and Eva Rahman Title song
4 "Jay Din Jay Ekaki" S.I. Tutul
5 "Tomar Karone Ami Ussol" Andrew Kishore and Samina Chowdhury
6 "Ami Jamalpurer Pola" Momtaz and Agun
7 "Bhalobasbo Basbore Bandhu" Violin (instrumental music)
8 "Anger" Violin (instrumental music)


Meril Prothom Alo Awards

  • Public Choice Awards for Best Film Actor - Riaz
  • Public Choice Awards for Best Film Actress - Purnima
  • Public Choice Awards for Best Singer (Male) - Habib Wahid (Bhalobasbo Basbore Bondhu)

See also


  1. ^ The Daily Star, 15 September 2006. Hridoyer Kotha: A quintessential love story Khalid-Bin-Habib, 12 April 2011
  2. ^ "Up Close". Daily Star. 4 August 2006. Retrieved 27 March 2014. 
  3. ^ Bangla, হৃদয়ের কথা ছবির- গানের এ্যালবাম accessed: 9 May 2011

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