Srijit Mukherje and Swastika Mukherjee
Kolkata, June 28, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) On Wednesday June 27 the music of the latest venture of Viva Entertainment, Bengali feature film "Tabe Tai Hok", was released at the Music World in Park Street. The film revolves around Amartya - a psychiatrist, Tilottama - a lonely girl and Arya - an obsessive painter, who are caught up in the tangle of love, lust, hatred and passion.
Director Saugata Ray Burman (Left), Music Director Debjyoti Mishra and Producer Shammim Akhtar
The protagonists of the film are Joy Sengupta as Amartya, Swastika Mukherjee as Tilottoma and Samadarshi Dutta as Arya. The film is produced by Shamim Akhtar under the banner Viva Entertainment and is directed by Saugata Ray Burman. There are six audio songs in the movie composed by Debojyoti Mishra performed by Raghab, Rupankar, Subhomita, Rupam Islam, Anwesha, Ambarish and Samantak.
The music release of the film saw the presence of Samadarshi Dutta, Shamim Akhtar, Saugata Ray Burman, Debojyoti Mishra, Raghab, Rupankar, Subhomita, Samantak and the gorgeous Swastika. Writer-director Srijit Mukherji, whose Hemlock Society is breaking box office records for non-commercial films, was also present at the venue. The songs were performed by the singers live on the occasion.
Director Saugata hinted on the music of the film seamlessly blending with the narrative and covering the different moods of the story. According to music director Debojyoti the compositions of the songs required considerable effort and the results are very soothing. He declared Mia Mom Modiyo as his favorite track from the film.
The attendees generally agreed on Mone Porche and Jachi as among the best songs which were played while the music was being released. The producer expressed optimism that the songs are so beautifully written and composed that they will break records. We all wish the same and would like to say Tobe Tai Hok (so be it).