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Angika Music: Bright Future Ahead

Angika Music: Bright Future Ahead

Mumbai, April 27, 2007: Success of first ever Angika language film, ‘Khagaria Vali Bhouji’ will have great impact on popularity of Angika music album. Angika songs are not just played in Pan shops or Taxis but now a days it is also played in hotels and restaurant and several known programs. Initially Angika Songs were hampered by use of vulgar and double meaning lyrics but now it has flourished in new form. “Sasu bidi Sasur ganja devar piye chai bhang….”. Thirteen years ago, Angika music album was started with this song of singer Chaila Bihari and Tripti Shakya. There was a revolution in Angika Music album after this. Angika is the only regional language of Bihar after Bhojpuri to be made music album in. There have been many singers like, Chiku Bihari, Indu Sonali, Shravan Bhagalpuri, Meenu Arora, Pintoo Diwana etc. who have potential to take Angika Music album to a new height. In last… Read More

Angika film viewers are in crores

Angika film viewers are in crores

Mumbai, April 27, 2007: Regional films within India and abroad had been able to attract good no. of audiences. Now the question is, if the Angika movie will be able to get audiences abroad as Bhojpuri cinema has got. Actor, Director and Producer Kunal Baikunth Singh thinks that this is the era of the cinemas in regional languages. Mr. Kunal Singh, will soon be seen in the forthcoming first ever Angika movie, “Khagaria Vali Bhouji”. The movies made with regional actors in low budget lacks the professionalism in acting and success of any film depends upon the number of audiences and the people speaking the language. Story, Characters, locations, songs and banners have great importance in cinema. Keeping this in mind, the production of “Khagaria Vali Bhouji” should really be appreciated. It is a general misconception that the number of audiences for Angika cinema is very less as compared to Bhojpuri. Bhojpuri films are also… Read More

Production of Angika Cinema: A correct beginning disapproves many myths

Production of Angika Cinema: A correct beginning disapproves many myths

Mumbai, April 27, 2007: Recent success of Bhojpuri cinema has disapproved the myth that the cinema in regional language have limited scope. These days superstars like Amitabh Bachchan and Ajay Devgan are acting in Bhojpuri cinemas, which are made in locations like London and different European countries. In theatres, every week Hindi movies are changing frequently while Bhojpuri movies are consistently being screened for months and doing good business. They are running well even in non-Bhojpuri regions including metropolitans like New Delhi and Mumbai. Among abroads, Mauritius and Fiji are the countries where these cinemas have good scope. Grand success of Bhojpuri cinemas inspired Angika speaking people across to make movies in Angika . This lead Kunal Baikunth Singh to make the first ever Angika feature film, “Khagaria Vali Bhouji”. Kunal is assured of the success of his film made with relatively low budget. However, the question is, if the trend initiated by him will… Read More

Angika Film : A new gateway to Employment Opportunities

Angika Film : A new gateway to Employment Opportunities

Mumbai, April 27, 2007: Kunal Singh recalls the hidden talent of his late mother for singing, which unfortunately could not be used at right place due to short of infrastructure and absence of Angika Film Industry then. He seeks to create an infrastructure for the development of cultural, skills and jobs strengths by connecting communities in Mumbai or elsewhere in India and world with those in the Angika film and entertainment industry. It is about research and training so that the needs of Angika Film Industry are understood and can be met. It is about business opportunities – service agreements, product , placements and merchandising. And it is about helping companies and organisations adapt and form partnerships that work to everyone’s advantage. Film Industry needs the skills and services of individuals and companies around the world to sustain its success – a wide range of technical and professional services underpin what’s seen on the silver… Read More

Final Countdown has begun for the Screening of First Angika Film

Mumbai, April 20, 2007: With the clearance and certificate granted by Censor Board to “Khagaria Vali Bhouji” the final countdown has begun for the first time screening of any Angika language film on Indian silver screens. The film is going to be released in Khagaria town based Cinema hall first on 27th April, 2007. Thereafter it will be screened in number of cinema halls in different parts of Anga region of Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal. It shall also be released in different cinema halls of metro cities like, Mumbai, Delhi, Patna and Calcutta as a part of second phase. Kunal is very much assured of the success of this film. He says “Humrow ummed se bhi badiyan banlow chhai cinema” “The final production of the film is far better than my expectation.” He further says, “From each and every angle, film is contending with any good Hindi Movie.” The title role of this film… Read More

Man Management was the most challenging task in first Angika Film production

Man Management was the most challenging task in first Angika Film production

Mumbai, April 18, 2007: When asked, Kunal Baikunth Singh replied, “Man management was the most difficult and challenging task in the process of making the first Angika Film – Khagaria Vali Bhouji”. He further adds, “You seldom find the people who are very much co-operative in such endeavors.” His pain was obvious when it was found that he was trying to take the job of artists from common people.  “Dekhaiye Chhaow , sab kuchh khud se karey la parey chhai” Kunal Singh says while directing me to speak a particular dialogue for a character of this film during dubbing in Shakuntalam studio at Andheri, Mumbai. It was a rare opportunity to observe that with limited resources how Kunal Singh was managing the things to be happened in his favour. It seemed that no other thing would be as challenging as a film production. Every individual on the set is required to perform a task that… Read More

Kunal Baikunth Singh : A Biography

Kunal Baikunth Singh : A Biography

Mumbai : 31 March,’07 : Born to Late Shri Baikunth Singh and Late Smt. Siya Devi in the year 1967, Mr.Kunal Singh, the Producer, Director, Writer, and the Hero of the first ever Angika Language Feature Film, “Khagariya Vali Bhouji” belongs to Bodhnagar-Titahi village of Shambhuganj Block under Banka District of Anga region (Bihar State) of India. His early days were spent in financial scarcities. He did his Primary schooling from Rajghat Middle School, at Banka. After completion of 10 th Board exam from Madita Vidyarthi High School, he moved to Evening College (Now B.N.College) for his Intermediate. He had to leave his graduation incomplete due to financial paucity. Meanwhile he did farming, raring cattles, sold milk up to Rampur Bazaar. Thereafter, he left for Delhi with just one Rupee in hand. There he started working in a leather factory with a salary of Rs. 30/- per day. For his hard work, he was promoted to… Read More

There is no shortcut to hard work : Kunal Baikunth Singh

There is no shortcut to hard work : Kunal Baikunth Singh

Mumbai : 31 March,’07 : It was amazing to be with Kunal Baikunth Singh, the hero of first Angika feature film at the recording studio, “Shakuntalam” in Andheri Mumbai. I had reached over there at the request of Mr. Singh. I spent six full hours with him from evening up to midnight on 31 st March, 2007 before leaving to my place. He was quite busy with the final recording and dubbing work of “Khagaria Vali Bhouji”. He was appearing very bold, determined, and confident in handling all the activities at the studio as per his desire and requirements. He was looking quite capable in performing all the tedious job of recording and dubbing which generally requires lot of persistence. He was directing to everybody in very diligence manner to get the output and result as per the necessity of the film. His commitment towards the goal of producing a quality Angika language film was… Read More

To be a hero in film was my dream since my childhood: Kunal Singh

To be a hero in film was my dream since my childhood: Kunal Singh

Mumbai: 31 March,’07: An imaginative, dedicated, and determined effort of Kunal Baikunth Singh springs in the form of first Angika film, “Khagaria Vali Bhouji.” Kunal says, “To be a hero in film was my dream since my childhood.” Once again, it has been prevailed that great achievements often require long, tortuous, and bitter experiences including certainly some sacrifices. All things are possible to that believeth . The requirement is to never giving up. It is wiser and better always to help than ever despair. There is no failure in giving up, no real fall so long as one still tries. Nevertheless, seeming setbacks only make the strong men wise and motivate to try still harder. Many a time a strong, earnest, and enduring soul has swaged the destiny of not only society and nations but also of humankind. Success for sure is not a matter of luck or genius. Genius that exploding and expanding power,… Read More

THE FIRST ANGIKA FEATURE FILM : ON THE VERGE OF RELEASING

Mumbai: 14 January, 07 : It is not the State or Central government body or any Millionaire or Billionaire but a youngster in his thirties belonging to lower income class family of Bihar, Mr. Kunal Baikunth Singh, who has led up to produce the first Feature Film of Angika language. Ironically, Mr. Kunal is very much optimistic for the releasing of the film even in the adverse condition of the availability of the adequate fund. The shooting of the film was started in the mid of the year 2006. Few of the scenes of the film were shot in Bhagalpur, the historical city of Anga Desh. Crores of Angika Speaking people of Anga are now eagerly waiting for the release of this low budget film, which is named as “Khagaria Vali Bhouji”. In the mean time Audio Cassette of the film songs has been released and is available in the market for the sale. Moreover,… Read More

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