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India, Bangladesh, US make love ballad Hoye Achhi Tor featuring John Bhattacharya, Sanjana Banerjee Music Video

India, Bangladesh, US make love ballad Hoye Achhi Tor featuring John Bhattacharya, Sanjana Banerjee

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 06 Aug 2022, 02:55 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: India, Bangladesh and the US have come together for the first time for a music project, titled Hoye Achhi Tor, which features Bengali actors John Bhattacharya and Sanjana Banerjee.

The song is sung by singer from Bangladesh, Mahtim Shakib while the creative director and producer of the music project is Jonai Singh, who is based in New York.

Feeling positive about the song, Jonai says, "When composer, Riyadh Anik reached us from Bangladesh and shared the song, it was an instant 'yes' from our side.This is our first collaboration with Bangladesh and I am sure that this won't be the last. We are super excited about the song."

Mahtim shares, "We experimented a few different things in the song. The song has a unique flavour; a flavour which I have been very attracted to. I hope the listeners will embrace it."

"I thank Jonai Singh for welcoming this song under the JSE Music banner. I am very hopeful that ‘romantic hearts’ of both Bengals will love this song," chimes the Bangladeshi lyricist and composer, Riyadh Anik.

The song is now streaming on JSE Music's YouTube channel.

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