The song opens as Siddhartha (Ritwick Chakraborty) asks his friend (Mir Afsar Ali) to suggest a name for the medicine that he has created to cure sadness.
Happy Pill song 'Dhulo Jhere Tai' tells film's story in a nutshell
Kolkata - 14 Jul 2018 17:00 IST
'Dhulo Jhere Tai' song from Mainak Bhaumik's upcoming film Happy Pill was launched yesterday (13 July) online by Amara Muzik. Savvy Gupta has composed the alternative rock inspired song and Rupam Islam has lent his voice to it.
The urban thrust of the song goes perfectly well with Dipangshu Acharya’s lyrics that call for people to come forward and embrace happiness that is very much their inner treasure. Islam’s energetic rendition fills the soul of words that primarily attempt to awake the countless weary souls so that they shake away their daily exhaustion and prepare themselves to emerge victorious in the race of life.
The song opens as Siddhartha (Ritwick Chakraborty) asks his friend (Mir Afsar Ali) to suggest a name for the medicine that he has created to cure sadness. His friend is quick and he suggests that there can be no better name than Happy Pill and the song takes off.
While Acharya’s words contrast failures and triumphs at various stages of life with various metaphors, the song sketches the journey of Happy Wala on his mission to spread happiness, his success and also the consequent troubles that he gets into.
Fossils’s lead vocalist Islam does full justice to the song which falls in his comfort zone. His voice syncs well with the music arrangement and he pushes the inherent positivity of the song to the fullest level.
Dhulo Jhere Tai is altogether a compact composition that sends out the message of the film in a nutshell. The song also features Sohini Sarkar and Parno Mitra who play important roles in the film.
The film is scheduled to the hit the screens on 27 July.
Watch the song below:
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