50-year celebration of Anuradha Cinemaghar
01,Feb 2021 | Get In Lamka, by;Navia Thakuria Correspondent Guwahati.
Guwahati: Commemorating the completion of 50 years of Anuradha
Cinemaghar at Chandmari locality of the city an Assamese movie was
premiered on 27 January 2021. The film titled Midnight Song becomes
the first Assamese movie to be released after the Covid-19
pandemic inducing national lockdown.
Gracing the occasion, State chief minister Sonowal remembered the
leadership of Phani Sharma who established the cinema hall in 1971. He
commented that the completed of 50 years by Anuradha Cineplex is a
matter of encouragement and enthusiasm for the cultural life of Assam.
Besides paying his rich tributes to Radha Govinda Baruah and others
who took active roles in the establishment of the hall,
Sonowal congratulated proprietor Chinmay Sharma and his family
members on the special occasion.
He also expressed confidence that other cinema halls in the State
would sustain their contributions to enrich the regional film industry
as it was done by Anuradha Cineplex. Sonowal mentioned about several
steps taken by the present government to motivate the film artistes.
He assured of necessary government supports in future too.
Sonowal termed the release of Midnight Song, produced by Aparajita
Bhuyan and directed by Arunjyoti Bora, as a good start. In presence
of former Union minister Bijoya Chakrabarty, award winning film
director Jahnu Baruah, actors Malaya Goswami, Pranjal Saikia, etc
Sonowal also hoped that it would inject a new vibrancy into the