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By Our Correspondent

Bhubaneswar, July 11: ‘Last Summer’ the single music video released on Amara Muzik introduces two emerging talents into Odia Industry- Photographer Azhar Ali as director and Pratyasha Ray as a debutant female lead. Jyoti Prakash Panda, the serial fame has been framed as protagonist.

‘Last Summer’ is a simple love story with complex ending. The story stretches from the guy purview who falls in love with a stranger. His love and passion towards the gal, keep him so engrossed in his ladylove that doesn’t realize reality. The simplicity in the screenplay has attracted high traffic on social media platforms of Amara Muzik- the official music partner of the song.

The first music video to be shot first and then music was bead into it.

Azhar Ali speaks, “Being a photographer, creativity is very important to me. I have a funda in life that I have learnt from everything that I do, be it photography or video. The more I work, the more I I learn. Always wanted to do videos but didn’t have an apt opportunity, now that I have Reels and Reels Music to back me up it was a great encouragement for me to take up Single music video. Really happy that the song has come out as visualised. Thankful to our entire team for their tremendous support and hard work.”

Producer Sthita Patnaik said: “The plan initiated from a mere concept developed with Azhar Ali, looping Jyoti Prakash Panda. We wanted to take a new face, after quite a sorting of- we decided to go with Pratyasha Ray because of her photogenic looks.”

“We had first shot the video, then we went to the Music Director – Asad Nizam for Music. After the music was drafted, I had beaded the lyrics into it. Asad Nizam and I, we share a wonderful relationship in terms of our understanding level that matches to a great extent and Satyajeet’s voice has added magic to the song. I am very happy with the way the video has come out and also with the response of the audience. It has crossed 65K mark in two days. Thankful to Amara Muzik for their association and effort”, adds Patnaik.

Jyoti Prakash Panda actor says, “Really excited with the response of Last Summer, thanking all my viewers for their immense support- for which the song is gong to be a super hit. When I had heard the project, I liked the concept and was thrilled to work with Azhar – the fame of Ollywood for his photography work. Our team has put in lot of effort in the video. I remember, we were shooting during the summers at 42˚c. In a shot Pratyasha had to run over the sand bare foot, she did it wonderfully despite being a new comer.  We were literary burning but still gave shot. Happy that our hard works have resulted in such great results.”

Banner: Reels n Reels Entertainment

Director & DOP: Azhar Ali

Producer: Sthita Pattnaik

Starring: Pratyasha Ray, Jyote Prakash Panda

Music Director: Asad Nizam

Singer: Satyajeet Pradhan

Music On: Amara Muzik

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Dharmasala MLA Pranab Balabantaraya handing over old age pension to an elderly woman at Kalpataru Das mini stadium on Tuesday. Also seen in the picture  Dharmasala Block chairman Prabhat Balabanta Ray and BDO Abani Sahoo.

– Photo Akshya Rout/Jajpur/Odisha

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By Nalini Sahu

Bhubaneswar, March 4: After his party’s debacle in the recently concluded panchayat elections, Odisha chief minister Naveen Panaik seems to have mellowed down a little to win back the people’s love for him and his party, – the Biju Janata Dal (BJD).

In the past, riding high on popularity that he arguably earned by rolling out nearly a dozen of populist measures, including the Re 1-per kg rice scheme;- Naveen had never cared for the opposition so much as he has displayed so far in the ongoing session of the Assembly. Unlike previous sessions when he preferred to skip the scheduled business sessions, important discussions and confined himself to his chamber in the Assembly building, – the chief minister is marked to have tried to remain as much time possible on the floor of the House to encourage his ministers to face the opposition members more effectively.

Sources close to the BJD chief said, – although Naveen put up a brave front by dismissing any impact of his party’s poor performance in rural polls on the outcome of the 2019 assembly elections, – he has, however, taken the results seriously as it has come an “indicator” of the BJD’s diminishing stake in state politics. The CM finds it hard to digest his party’s fall from a mammoth tally of 651 seats of the total 854 seats in 2012 rural polls to 473 seats in 2017 elections, – the sources added.

Naveen’s new avatar, though appreciated by his party leaders, has also sent shivers down the spine of some of his non-performing ministers and some lawmakers who could not achieve much success in their respective constituencies.

The non-performing ministers apprehend a complete overhauling in the council of ministers while the MLAs who failed to steer party’s ZP candidates to victory in their respective constituencies doubt if they would be repeated in the 2019 assembly polls as party candidates.

The apprehension of ministers and MLAs for losing their seats in the coming assembly polls is not unfounded. In the 2014 elections, Naveen had denied tickets to 35 sitting MLAs. It was then apprehended that the BJD – which had got 103 members in the state Assembly – will lose its strength.  Surprisingly, the party bagged 117 seats in the 147-member Assembly.

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