Parambrata Chatterjee and Raima Sen pair up for Bangladeshi song ‘Aaj Ai Kotha Diley’ | The Daily Star
03:45 PM, May 16, 2021 / LAST MODIFIED: 04:44 PM, May 16, 2021

Parambrata Chatterjee and Raima Sen pair up for Bangladeshi song ‘Aaj Ai Kotha Diley’

Parambrata Chatterjee and Raima Sen, a popular duo of West Bengal films, were featured in a Bangladeshi song, for the first time. The song is planned and produced under the banner of TM Productions by Farzana Munny, the chairperson of the company.

"Aaj Ai Kotha Diley" is sung by Kaushik Hossain Taposh and Dilshad Nahar Kakoli. It is written and arranged by Dipto, and composed by Taposh.

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The music video of the song premiered on Gaan Bangla TV, on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Fitr. It was also launched on Gaan Bangla TV's Facebook page and YouTube channel.



A live launching ceremony of the song was arranged online. Noted musicians Hamin Ahmed and S I Tutul, along with Rassel Ahmed, CEO, Evaly, were present. Evaly is the title sponsor of the song.

"I am proud to see the work of Gaan Bangla TV and Wind of Change, as a Bengali," said Parambrata Chatterjee. "When I heard that Taposh was associated with the song, I agreed to be a part of it right away. It is a really sweet song, and I have fond memories of working on the music video. I am happy that it was released on Eid."

"I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the music video. I share a great rapport with Parambrata Chatterjee," added Raima Sen. "When I showed the video to my mother after it was released, she thought it was from a movie! I would call the video a three and a half minute musical film. I hope that people enjoy our song."

"Aaj Ai Kotha Diley" is Taposh's first duet song. "The song is an outstanding creation of Dipto, with old-fashioned elements to it. Kakoli did a commendable job in it too. I am grateful to the producers and crew members, who have excellently showcased the song, in a cinematic way," he added.





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