Bengali Audio Music Album launch of upcoming film Bhaarate took place at Star Mark in South City Mall recently and the ceremony was attended by Tollywood Actress Rituparna Sengupta, Arunima Ghosh, Tollywood Hero Rajdeep, director Anindya Ghosh, Music directors Dolan and Mainak and the singers Kinjal, Anwesha and Sukanya.
“The music of this film has been done keeping in mind the need of the sequences. We are grateful to Anindya Ghosh for giving us the opportunity to debut in his film as music directors. He has given us enough space and that has really helped us to showcase our creativity in a larger than life platform” said Dolan. There are four songs in this album and the Bengali song “Cholo dhori ek poloke” has two versions- a happy and a sad one. Along with the music directors, the singers who have lent their voices in the film are also making their debut in this field.
Director Anindya Ghosh is making his debut with this film and the debutant director was visibly happy and nervous at the same time about this new Bengali film. “Rimi (Arunima) and Vikram (Rajdeep) is a married couple. When Rimi’s uncle dies, they are left with an ancestral home. Since this is hard to maintain, they think of renting it out to someone. Many people come but it is only with Tiasha (Rituparna Sengupta) that they gel well. What happens next after the entry of the tenant in their lives is what the film is all about. The film is essentially of the drama genre”, said the director when asked about the storyline of the film.
In a halter neck embroidered black dress, Rituparna surely showed how to look glamorous despite this heat. “The songs have been composed really well. I could not believe at first that Dolan and Mainak were making their debut with this film as the songs are too good” said the actress. For Arunima and Rajdeep, the favorite track from the film is “Ami kotha je jai” sung by Dibyendu.
New Kolkata Bengali Movie Bhaarate is expected to release on April 11.