Bappa Mazumder from Bangladesh and the enigmatic new female voice of India, Sona Mohapatra under supervision of Sony DADC will work together.
Sona Mohapatra, the talented singer-musician quickly rose to fame through various musical ventures including a generous number of playbacks for Bollywood. Mohapatra became popular after performing several songs for Coke Studio India, a musical TV series featuring live studio-recorded music performances by various artists.
Recently, she lent her magical voice to a duet number in collaboration with Bangladeshi singer Bappa Mazumder. Bappa recently revealed details about the project on Facebook.
Under the direction and composition of Bappa Mazumder, the duo wrapped up the recording of the song at a studio in Mumbai. The song has been recorded in two languages – Bangla and Hindi.
The song is titled “Bondhuyare” in Bangla and “Saawariya” in Hindi. Shahan Kabondho penned the Bangla lyrics and it has been translated to Hindi by renowned Indian lyricist Nusrat Badr.
The producers of the project confirmed that the audio and video of the song will be released shortly. The song will be launched in Bangladesh by Creinse while Sony DADC will release it in India and the rest of the world.