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Baba song ‘Adgula Madgula’: Take a tour of the simple pleasures of a rustic child


Directed by Raj R Gupta, the film is Sanjay Dutt's first Marathi production.

Keyur Seta

For kids living in metro cities, enjoying a day off generally means visiting malls, amusement parks, multiplexes, and the like. But the scenario is hugely different for kids in rural areas, and this is shown in a visually appealing manner in the song ‘Adgula Madgula’ from the upcoming Marathi movie Baba.

The film is about a deaf-mute child (Aryan Meghji) and his father (Deepak Dobriyal), who has the same physical challenges. The song sees the kid having a gala time roaming around his village with his dad.

The visuals of the song are enchanting as the duo sit by the riverside, go through green fields full of flowers and thronged by various types of birds, have a boat ride, visit a fair and make merry in similar ways. You can have a good time looking at the scenes even without music.

But the song suits the situation perfectly. Mahesh Kangane’s words have the right simplicity and innocence needed to portray the fun incidents from a child’s point of view. Composer duo Rohan-Rohan’s music blends perfectly with the nature of the song. Rohan Pradhan, one half of the composer duo, has provided the passionate vocals.

Baba is the first Marathi production of Sanjay Dutt. The film will be released on 2 August. Watch the song and let us know if you are keen to watch this film.

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