Actor: Parambrata Chatterjee Raima Sen Neha Panda Rudranil Ghosh and others
What We Liked
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Our Little Birdie was pleased to hear the melodious numbers from the movie Hawa Bodol. The music director - Indradeep Dasgupta has done a fabulous job along with the harmonious and tuneful playback singing by Arijit Singh, Sahana Bajpayee, Mohan Kannan , Saptarshee Mukherjee, Sunidhi Chauhan and Vishal Dadlani who were ingenuously refreshing to the ears. No doubt the music adds to the strength of the movie.
Robindrosongeet gets another makeover in this film. The song Mor Bhabonare has been carved out really well. It has been beautifully sung by Sahana Bajpayee and Saptarshee Mukherjee. Sahana’s addictive voice made the song touch the heart’s chord. The musical note that came out with the striking of sarod, guitars and mridangam (or something very similar to it) was indeed enchanting. The director’s effort to bring in all these instruments in a captivating fashion is appreciated. The singers sounded marvelous both in the duet as well as in their individual venture.
Arijit Singh’s Din Khon Mapa Ache is brilliantly sung with excellent orchestration by Indradeep. The song is high in its spirit and has a floating Caribbean base. It is spiritedly Calypso in nature but changes in the second verse to Bengali folk and back again to the original spirit. This song supported the feisty voice of the singer who backed another score in the album named, Mone Porle which is a jazzy, soft, fanciful number. It is a perfect song to hear with a cup of coffee in the boring drenched evening when all your plans have got cancelled.
Bhoy Dekhash Na Please is a song with three versions, retaining its individuality; the three versions are incomparable with the other. Each track sounds different and unique. The band Agnee made their presence felt through Mohan whose style and magnificent range reminds us of the theme song by Agnee in Splitsvilla. It had guitar plus piano arrangement spicing up Indraadip’s composition and after listening to Mohan one shouldn’t just stop there. Arijit sang the unplugged version with multiple sets of guitar being used and even Sunidhi Chauhan was different in this song. The ethereal feel of the song is something to enjoy as it has mixtures of few nice saxophone sounds.
The last but not the least Vishal Dhandlani’s Ghore Pherar Gaan is a song which is pop based. The song is an ordinary one but the energy put into this song is something to be endured. If you haven’t heard about it yet, then make a move to the nearest audio store and listen to it.
Indraadip Dasgupta has scored high marks for Hawa Bodol. Little Birdie wishes to hear more of Indraadip Dasgupta’s compositions.