| Romi Meitei|
| Jenny Khurai|
11 October 2014
| Laishram Santosh & Romi Meitei|
Laishram Santosh & Thoi
Bala Hijam, Sushmita Mangsatabam
Thabaton 2, Delhi Mellei, Sanagi Tangbal, Kum Kang Kum Kabi Chang, Eikhoi Pabunggi
Amukta Ani (English: Two In One) is a 2014 Meitei film directed by Romi Meitei and produced by Jenny Khurai. It stars Bala Hijam, Roshan Pheiroijam and Sushmita Mangshatabam in the lead, with Ethoi Oinam, Gurumayum Priyogopal, Khonykar Khuraijam, Dhanamanjuri and Modhubala portraying supporting roles. The story of the film was written by Laishram Santosh and Thoi, and screenplay by Romi Meitei and Laishram Santosh. Sorri Senjam composed the soundtrack and Romi Meitei wrote the lyrics.
The film was released at Bhagyachandra Open Air Theatre (BOAT) on 11 October 2014 with a red carpet event hosted by WOL Media named as 'Khongul'.
Bala Hijam as Thoibi
Roshan Pheiroijam as Mangal
Sushmita Mangshatabam as Langlen
Ethoi Oinam as Laisana
Priyogopal as Thoibi's Father
Dhanamanjuri as Thoibi's Mother
Khonykar Khuraijam as Mangal's Father
Modhubala as Mangal's Mother
Amukta Ani Wikipedia
The movie is about a boy trying to earn a girl's love at all cost. Mangal (Roshan) is a spoilt child. Both Mangal (Roshan) and Thoibi (Bala) are studying in the same school. Mangal meets Thoibi when he is fighting with the gatekeeper of the school. Since then, he follows her everywhere (including tuition centres) and keeps stalking her. He even follows her to Delhi. It is a love triangle film, where Langlen (Sushmita) comes in between Thoibi and Mangal, and the film shows how Thoibi takes all the responsibilities of misclosings and misunderstandings in the love triangle. The film also shows the contrasting personalities between Thoibi and Langlen.
This movie is the third production of Ima Sana Chingjroibi Films, after producing Kamala-Gokul starrer 'Mamado Leishabido Angaobido' and Shumang Leela remake of Pizza Hiktharaba Samji (Pizza). The shooting of the film was done in Manipur and New Delhi.
khonjel.org wrote,"Amukta Ani tries to show the dutiful Bala with a big heart, big enough to sacrifice her love. All the characters are presented in an extreme way. The movie begins to fall when it comes into climax. I think it is because of the extreme characters."
Sorri Senjam composed the soundtrack for the film and Romi Meitei wrote the lyrics. The songs are titled "Mensinba Ngamdraba" and "Musi Musi Ngalliba".