Gunday Full Movie 2014 Bengali Version 24

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The soundtrack album was composed by Sohail Sen, with lyrics written by Irshad Kamil, except for one ("Gunday") which was written by Zafar.[32] The lyrics for the Bengali version of "Tune Maari Entriyaan" were written by Bappi Lahiri and Gautam Susmit. The album contains ten compositions including seven original songs, a theme and a different versions of two original songs.[32] The vocals were performed by Javed Ali, Shadab Faridi, Lahiri, KK, Neeti Mohan, Vishal Dadlani, Arijit Singh, Neha Bhasin, Shahid Mallya, Altamash Faridi, Sen, Kinga Rhymes and Monali Thakur.[32] The album was released on 20 January 2014 by YRF Music. A Bengali version of the soundtrack, composed by Sen and with lyrics by Sanjay, was released on 30 January 2014.[33]

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The film's production studio released a range of merchandise, partnering with several brands for promotional purposes.[48] The music and trailers aided its marketing.[38] Gunday had its premiere in Dubai on 12 February 2014 with the full cast in attendance.[49] It was released theatrically on 14 February 2014 on 2700 screens.[2] A Bengali-dubbed version of the film was also released in West Bengal's small towns, where only Bengali films are shown.[6] The film was not released in Pakistan, where it was highly awaited, after the country stopped giving No-Objection Certificates to Indian films in early 2014 due to pending legislative changes.[50]

Distributed by Yash Raj Home Video, the film was released on DVDs on 30 April 2014 across all regions in a two-disc pack in Anamorphic format, with bonus content such as a "making of the film" documentary, deleted scenes and making of the songs.[57] The VCD version was also released at the same time.[58] A two-disc special edition DVD pack was also released later.[59] The Blu-ray version was released on 2 May 2014.[60] The world television premiere of the film happened on Sony MAX on 17 August 2014.[61] Later, as Yash Raj Films signed a deal with Star India, the network syndicated some films from the Sony Pictures Networks India catalog in mid-2021, Gunday being one of them.[62]

In the 2000s, Lahiri lent his voice to hit songs like "Bambai Nagariya" from "Taxi No 9211" (2006), and "Ooh La La" from "The Dirty Picture" (2011). He also was one of the singers who sang "Tune Maari Entriyaan" from 2014's "Gunday". The lyrics for the Bengali version of the song were penned by Lahiri and Gautam Susmit.

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By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Angelina Jolie never expected to direct a film with shark attacks, plane crashes and prisoner-of-war camps, but she found the story of a World War Two hero so compelling she tackled them in "Unbroken," a biopic about survival, faith and forgiveness. The Oscar-winning actress and second-time director was half-way through Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book about Olympic runner and POW survivor Louis "Louie" Zamperini when she knew she wanted to make it into a film. "I would never have thought of myself handling that kind of cinematic filmmaking," said Jolie, 39. "But I cared about the story so I had to suddenly learn to do all those things." The film opens in U.S. theaters on Christmas. Shot in Australia with a script by Joel and Ethan Coen, "Unbroken" follows Zamperini as a bombardier in an air fight with enemy planes and through two harrowing crashes. After his plane plummets into the Pacific in 1943, he survives 47 days adrift in a life raft battling starvation and sharks. He is fished out of the ocean, imprisoned in Japanese POW camps and tortured, pushed to the edge of human endurance. "It's a movie for everybody," said Jolie. "I want my children to know about men like Louie, so when they feel bad about themselves and they think all is lost, they know they've got something inside them, because that is what this story speaks to, what is in all of us." English actor Jack O'Connell, 24, won the National Board of Review's 2014 breakthrough performance award and plaudits for his portrayal of Zamperini. O'Connell met Zamperini before the former POW died in July at the age of 97 after finding faith and forgiving his tormentors. The actor described the two meetings as awe-inspiring experiences. "I shook his hand before I left for Australia and said to him, 'You're in good hands, mate.' I promised him that much and he said he knew. I had to keep honoring that promise," the actor said. O'Connell had a small taste of what Zamperini endured during a prison camp scene when he was forced to hold a large, heavy wooden plank high over his head. The actor fainted, twice. "Louie's ambition was for people to feel a sense of empowerment in themselves by his account," O'Connell said. "That's been the case for me. He certainly took me to extremes that I thought I wasn't capable of." (Editing by Eric Kelsey and David Gregorio)

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