Golondaaj’s Next Song “Vande Mataram”, released on Gandhi Jayanti

Vande Mataram is all set to re-ignite patriotism amongst audiences

Golondaaj’s next song Vande Mataram was released on Gandhi Jayanti in a grand star-studded event at Fanatic Sports Museum, a property helmed by Ambuja Neotia. The event was conceptualised by popular Bengali sports personality Boria Majumdar on the auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Vande Mataram mainly focuses on the patriotic brave hearts of the pre-independence era and their remarkable revolution in the field of sports. The music of Vande Mataram is composed by Bickram Ghosh and the voice has been lent by Nirmalya Roy’s that will give goosebumps to the audience.

Talking about recreating Vande Mataram, music Director Bickram Ghosh stated “It’s a complete honour to work on the recreation of our national song, the words of which still gives a shiver to every Indian even after so many years of independence! The recreation of song that already has so many versions of itself, was a bit challenging, as the aim was to deliver something new in an old box. Nirmalya did an outstanding job in voicing the song. It was a pleasure to work with the entire music team as I have seen them investing their 100 per cent passion and dedication in this journey of creating Golondaaj’s music. Vande Mataram is a passion project will remain the most special work of my life.”

Watch the Vande Mataram song here.

Along with Director Dhrubo Banerjee, Golondaaj’s ensemble cast including Dev, John Bhattacharya and others were present at the “Vande Mataram” song launch event. All of them exclusively shared their experience about the making of the song and the importance of recreating it.

Commenting on this collaboration, Dev said “It is an honour to play a larger-than-life character like Nagendra Prasad Sarbadhikari and bring his marvellous story on screen. It is great that North Tridhara has given us one more medium to celebrate his magnificent contribution in a grand scale and this initiative will make every Bengali aware of him”. 

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