Gotro Second Song ‘Baishnob Sei Jon’ Out: Have You Heard Bengali Version Of ‘Vaishnava Jana To’ Sung By Shreya Ghoshal?
Vaishnava Jana To is a Hindu bhajan, written in the 15th century by the poet Narsinh Mehta in the Gujarati language. The film Gotro directed by Shiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy is slated to hit the theaters in August
The Gotro filmmakers have released the second song ‘Baishnob Sei Jon’ of the movie. The song features Anashua Majumdar, Nigel Akkara and Manali Manisha Dey. Sung by Shreya Ghoshal, the song is so melodious that you will quickly get hooked up.
Windows Production House on their official Twitter account released the song. “"Baishnob Sei Jon" Lyrics Video is out now.”
"Baishnob Sei Jon" Lyrics Video is out now.— Windows Production (@WindowsNs) August 12, 2019
Do listen to it if you haven't
Follow the link below.
Song Link : https://t.co/6Tl6RMcfAH#Gotro @nanditawindows @shibumukherjee #AnashuaMajumdar @Nigel_Akkara @ManaliManishaDe @shreyaghoshal @onindochatt pic.twitter.com/Fw62FUjAZ1
Gotro deals with the evils of the caste system, which is still prevalent in society. It also refers to the recent rise of communal sentiment and conflict caused by various divisive ideologies in the country.
Listen to the track here:
Mukti Debi played by Anashua Majumdar is a devotee of Lord Radha Krishna and her house is named Gobinda Dhaam. Her only son has settled in abroad. She has no relatives with her but she has many members in her house. Jhuma, played by Manali Manisha Dey is one whom she considers as her own daughter. Then there is his son’s friend, the priest who takes care of the temple in the house. Then there is one more member Tariq Ali played by Nigel Akkara. Mukti Debi likes him almost like her own son. The focus is on the bond between Mukti Debi and Tariq Ali who is from a different religion.
Watch the original trailer of Gotro here
Gotro has been jointly produced by Windows Production House and Senco Gold. The film is slated for release in August.
Vaishnava Jana To is a Hindu bhajan, written in the 15th century by the poet Narsinh Mehta in the Gujarati language. The poem speaks about the life, ideals and mentality of a Vaishnava Jana (a follower of Vishnu).
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