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Zubeen Garg's new movie to be released in January next year
Popular singer, film director and producer Zubeen Garg's new movie Kanchanjangha is scheduled to be released in theatres in January next year.

Mission China, the singer's last suspense movie had created a storm at the box-office last year. After its huge success, he has taken another bold step to make another film. The title of the film has been taken from a poem of Assamese cultural doyen as well as freedom fighter Rupkonwer Jyoti Prasad Agarwalla.  

Zubeen, who is presently in Jakarta cheering for the six Asian Games participants from Assam including sprinter Hima Das, informed an Assamese news channel that his new film is all set to be releases on the day of the upcoming Shilpi Divas, ie 17 January. Shilpi Divas is observed to mark the death anniversary of cultural doyen Rupkonwer Jyoti Prasad Agarwalla.

"It is a story of four youths. The name of the film is taken from a poem of Rupkonwer. Our preparation is afoot", said the new generation's heart throb. Rupkonwer had made 'Joymoti', the first Assamese film in 1935.

Zubeen said that the film would be released in Tezpur and Nagaon simultaneously. The famous singer hopes that his film Kanchanjangha would get support from the Assamese movie-goers just like his previous venture.

Zubeen, a trendsetter in the field of Assamese modern song, has received wide acclamations within and outside the state. After the Bard of Brahmaputra Dr Bhupen Hazarika, Zubeen is seen as the most popular singer of the state. He has once also worked in a Bollywood project.

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