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Kakababur Protyaborton song 'Teen Tirikke Noy': Carries the innocence and simplicity of Bengali rhymes

Written by Srijato and composed by Indraadip Dasgupta, 'Teen Tirikke Noy' has been rendered by Upal Sengupta, Anindya Chatterjee and Chandril Bhattacharya.

Roushni Sarkar

The song 'Teen Tirikke Noy' from Srijit Mukherji’s upcoming film Kakababur Protyaborton carries the flavour of Bengali rhymes written for children.

Composed by Indraadip Dasgupta and written by Srijato, the song suggests that the adventure film will largely cater to a younger audience.

Upal Sengupta, Anindya Chatterjee and Chandril Bhattacharya, the famous trio from the Bengali band Chandrabindu, have magnified the simplicity and innocence inherent in the song with their signature singing style laced with humour.

'Teen Tirikke Noy' begins with Prosenjit's Kakababu and his sidekick Santu (Aryann Bhowmick) being felicitated by the inhabitants of Maasai Mara amidst celebrations and frolic with folk music and dance.

Filled with visual references to the previous Kakababu films Yeti Obhijaan (2017) and Mishawr Rohoshyo (2013), the song hails Kakababu as unstoppable in his missions, no matter how unfamiliar or dangerous the location.

While in Yeti Obhijaan, Kakababu conquered his enemies in the vast snow-clad expanse of Tibet, in Mishawr Rohoshyo, he overpowered his rivals in the land of the pyramids.

In Kakababur Protyaborton, he is ready for a face-off with ferocious animals and even more dangerous criminals in the dense tropical forests of Africa. The song proclaims that Kakababu will emerge victorious this time too.

'Teen Tirikke Noy' also makes it apparent that in all the Kakababu films, overcoming the challenges faced in diverse landscapes is one of the most important features of the adventures.

Kakababur Protyaborton will be released in theatres on 4 February. Watch the song below and let us know  if you are keen to watch the film.

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