Who does not know Bollywood actress Rani Mukherjee. Rani has given many hit films to the Hindi film industry. Rani has won the hearts of many viewers with her acting talent. Also, now Rani is going to make a comeback in films with her film ‘Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway’. Also, today the new song “Shubho Shubho” of the film has been released. Amit Trivedi’s song touches the heart of the audience during the remake soundtrack.
Let us tell you that the first song of the film ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ has been released on Friday i.e. today. The Rani Mukerji starrer has already hit the right note with its trailer and now its first song only raises the expectations. “Shubho Shubho” is a song about enjoying the little joys in life as one never knows what the future holds. The soft beats of the song are soothing to the ears.
In the video of the song, Rani Mukherjee’s character Debika is shown settling into her new life in Norway. It depicts the time when Sagarika Bhattacharya, the woman on whom the film is based, was enjoying her life with her husband and children, before Norwegian child welfare authorities forcibly took them from her in 2011.
Talking about the song, composer Amit Trivedi said, “Music can change the mood. It emphasizes on the emotions that reside within. I have chosen the right mood and ragas for Shubho Shubho, which will suit Debika’s character. It marks a new beginning for us.”
Talking about the film, ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ is a ‘special’ film for Rani Mukerji. Regarding the film, she said in a statement, “‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ is very special. I can’t wait to see my fans’ reaction to the trailer.” Let us tell you that this film directed by Ashima Chhibber is all set to release in theaters on March 17.
The song is sung by Altamash Faridi. It is written by Kausar Munir and sung by music composer Amit Trivedi. The song appears before the great shift that rocks the family as their children are taken by the government.
Talking about the melody of Shubho Shubho and its connection to its roots, Rani Mukerji said in a statement, “Being a Bengali, I am all for my roots and representation of my culture in mainstream Hindi cinema. It fills my heart that I have played a Bengali character in Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway and shown the spirit of a fierce Bengali mother in the film. What I really like about the film is that it tries to present the culture of West Bengal in various ways, including the sarees I wear, the way Bengalis celebrate Durga Puja, the way From I have spoken Bengali and even the songs are included. bengali songs, The touch of Baul music and the presence of Dhak (Bengali drum) and Shankh (conch shell) – which are intrinsic to Bengali folk music. It is commendable that music composer Amit Trivedi and lyricist Kausar Munir are not Bengali and yet they have shown such sensitivity to represent my culture and roots so brilliantly. Cinema today is all about synchronicity of cultures and traditions and I am proud that my film is showcasing the authenticity shamelessly.”
“I personally love and enjoy listening to all the songs in Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway. Amit Trivedi and Kausar Munir have done a fabulous job with the lyrics and the lyrics of this album.” “The lyrics of Shubho Shubho song are really special for the film. The word ‘Shubho’ is also the name of my character Debika’s son in the film – ‘Shubh’ means auspicious in Bengali. So indeed it is very special and auspicious for us to drop the first song with the word Shubho as part of the Mukhda!! As a Bengali, I am really happy to share a piece of my culture with all the Indians around the world through this beautiful song.”