“Ei Bangla Aamar Hashbe Abar” – Video Song
As we all know the whole world is currently going through a rough phase because of COVID – 19 epidemic. In such a situation to spread positivity, a bunch of artists from Bangla film industry have came together with a song titled as Ei Bangla Aamar Hashbe Abar.
As the title suggest it is a song that talks about hope and positivity. It assures that we will be back to normalcy soon but we have to keep patience for the time being. Also it makes us aware about the precautions that need to be taken to safeguard ourselves from corona virus. Prasen has beautifully summed up all these thoughts through his lyrics. Arindom’s composition is perfect to boost up our confidence. Singers Shashwat Singh and Nikhita Gandhi has added the much needed energy to the song.
It has directed by Raj Chakraborty and it features a group of popular actors that includes Abir Chatterjee, Jisshu Sengupta, Parambrata Chatterjee, Ritwick Chakraborty, Paoli Dam, Srabanti, Anirban Bhattacharya, Ankush, Bonny Sengupta, Nusrat, Subhashree and Sayantika. As obvious everyone has shoot their portions from their respective homes maintaining all the guidelines of lockdown and social distancing. Later those portions have been collaborated by the supervision of director Raj Chakraborty and editor Rick Basu. Every actor has done good job but what makes the video more special is the intelligent use of random clippings that definess the true spirit of Bangla like images of football stadium or an adda at local tea stall or a dhunuchi naach in Durga Puja. Those are old footages of pre-corona time when everything was normal and with those video footages the song gives a hope that we will relive that life once again. There is also a special message by honorable chief minister of West Bengal Smt. Mamata Banerjee.
In this crisis situation all we need that someone will say us that don’t worry everything will be alright soon. The song Ei Bangla Aamar is exactly doing the same. Listen to the song, follow the guidelines provided by health experts and government and be safe, this too shall pass.