Picture the song: ‘Ei Raat Tomar Amar’ is about a night that never ends
The debate on the background of the deep Jele Jai Khamoshi new version was definitely settled contributing Scroll.in Karan Bali.
He wrote: “In the background Jele Jai against Khamoshi is a typical case study of a new version of losing its roots and its specific environment in which more Indian public is alleged.”
Asit de Sen Bengali features new versions of 1959, Prof Jele Jai, as the Hindi Khamoshi language, a decade later.
The original film is particularly superior to the Hindi version of the way it uses the power of songs to contain and remember. Its three tracks.
Composed by Hemant Kumar, they are placed in the account at the right time, cindant spectators the mental state of the characters.
Deep Jele Jai is a crazy love study for a questionable interpretation of Freudian psychoanalysis. The chief physician of a mental institution carries out a strange rehabilitation program.
Nurses are encouraged to raise the affections of male patients whose minds have collapsed due to heart failure.
The nurse at Radha’s brightest clinic – literally. A ring of light around him at all times, and when she travels to the lonely corridors of the hospital, it is Florence Nightingale with a touch of Grace Kelly.
Radha, beautifully portrayed by Suchitra Sen and framed in Hollywood style backlighting by conventional filmmaker Anil Gupta has cured a patient of his illness but was injured in the process.
She clings to her memories, which are triggered by auditory stimuli – a ghostly whistle, then a quiet lullaby on a night that only lovers can experience.
When it begins Ei Raat Tomar Amar, Radha enters in trance with the imaginary source of the sound. The camera is paralyzed by its beauty and pathos, and deceive the face with close-ups.
The song comes and runs in fragments, providing a sound metaphor suitable for Radha’s obsessive love. She will repeat the error with Tapash (Basanta Choudhury), another young man gone mad love.
Hey Raat Tomar Amar also works as a warning that Radha and stubborn head refuse to pay attention.
If the air seems familiar to fans of Hindi cinema, it is because Hemant Kumar had reformed Khamoshi before as Yeh Nayan Dare Dare in Bees Saal Baad (1962). Maybe that’s why he designed a new song for Khamoshi, the Tum Pukar Lo also disturbing.
The only song of synchronization of lips filmed classically deep Jele Jai Emon Bandhu Aar Ker Aache, sung by inmates of the psychiatric center.
The third song is also made in fragments, and has the same power Ei Raat Take mnemotechnical Love. Aaj Jeno Nei Kono Bhabna Ei Raat Tomar is Amar Tapash. This is the song sung by his former lover, and that sounds incessantly between his ears.
When Radha will meet with former lovers to persuade her to assist in the treatment of Tapash, the song is played on a piano by women. Asit Sen does not stop at the melody and drops.
In Khamoshi, Jeno Aaj Nei Kono Bhabna was replaced by Humne Dekhi Hai, visited a recording studio. Khamoshi also Woh Shaam Kuch the amazing Ajeeb Thi, sung by the new patient Radha (played by Rajesh Khanna).
In Khamoshi, Radha (Waheeda Rehman) is hurt by the words of the song, as he fears a second heart attack. The night ends, but at night it never does.