Tunes for young and old

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By OUR CORRESPONDENT
  • Published 4.03.11
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Bhubaneswar, March 3: Upcoming film Mate Bohu Kari Nei Jaa, which was in the news a few months ago because it was shot entirely in Thailand, recently celebrated its music release in the city. The audio launch was held at Janta Maidan on Tuesday evening where the entire crew of the film got together.

Starring debutantes Dipan, Aishwarya Pathy and Malabika in lead roles, Mate Bohu Kari Nei Jaa has something for the younger generation as well as family audiences, said director Choudhury Bikash Das.

“The film has a balance between romance and drama and so, the songs too vary, with some based on comical themes and others on romantic situations that youngsters would like, while yet others have an emotional touch,” said Das.

The film, the music for which has been composed by Bikash Shukla, has seven songs in all, almost all of which have been sung by Mumbai-based singers, except for the melodious Oriya singer, Ira Mohanty.

The songs that have a touch of romance and fun are Ete bhala pao nahin, sung by Suresh Wadekar and written by Bijay Malla, a duet written by lyricist Nizam — Thiri Thiri Chori Chori, sung by Abhijeet and Kavita Krishnamurthy and the comical Aame kana tama pain fit nuhan ki, sung by Udit Narayan.

Sung by Ira Mohanty and penned by Panchanan Nayak, Agana tora dakuchi mate, which is also the title song, reflects family bonding while Hasibaara michha abhinaya and Gotie chitthi dui thikana are sentimental compositions.

“We are glad that the music has come out really well with a blend of tunes for all listeners. Since the post production is almost complete, we can assure the viewers that the situations of the songs shown in the film will create an even better impact,” said producer of the film Gyanaranja Priyadarshan.