Tarang Cine Productions’ ‘Sundergarh Ra Salman Khan’ to hit theatres tomorrow

Bhubaneswar: After multiple blockbuster movies, Odisha’s leading production house Tarang Cine Productions’ is back with a Raja special entertainer as ‘Sundergarh Ra Salman Khan’ is all set to release tomorrow.

This two hour 40 minute-long will release across 70 theatres in the State while the premiere show will be held at Jayashree Hall in Cuttack tomorrow.

Directed by Ashok Pati, the film’s star cast include chocolate boy Babushan, Mihir Das, Bobby Mishra, Papu Pom Pom and Usasi Mishra. Debutant Divya is the female lead of the movie opposite Babushan.

I feel blessed each and every year I get an opportunity to work with Tarang Cine Productions during Raja. The entire production and creative team were very nice to work with and I hope that people of the State will continue to shower their love for me and I am sure it will grow after watching the movie.

— Babushan, Actor

Bobby Mishra, who is playing the lead villain in this movie, said, “I am playing a different character in this movie and really happy to work with director Ashok Pati once again. After ‘Happy Lucky’, this is another association with Tarang Productions and I am looking forward to get a good response from the audience.”

The movie’s music composed by Abhijit Majumdar has already created ripples and the songs are being appreciated by many.

Speaking to odishatv.in, creative head of Tarang Cine Productions Ranjan Satapathy said, “This film is a family entertainer and Babushan as always has acted brilliantly in the movie. If I say in one line, it is a conflict between two families and Salman (Babushan) tries to bring peace between them.”

The film is all about human emotions, he said, adding that around 50 actors have shown their acting skills in the movie and the cast is claimed as one of the biggest so far.

“We are actually nervous as if we are going to appear our board exam. At the same time we all are excited and hope that the audience will accept this Raja gift from us,” said Satapathy.