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Dibyojyoti Dutta, Anushka Goswami starrer music video Hey Shokha, sequel to Dekhechhi Rupshagore, releases Music Video
Photo courtesy: SVF PR Team

Dibyojyoti Dutta, Anushka Goswami starrer music video Hey Shokha, sequel to Dekhechhi Rupshagore, releases

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 14 Feb 2024, 03:59 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: SVF Music released music video Hey Shokha, the sequel to Dekhechhi Rupshagore, was released by the makers on Wednesday on the occasion of Saraswati Puja and Valentine's Day.

Photo courtesy: SVF PR TeamPhoto courtesy: SVF PR Team

Hey Shokha, the immemorial creation of Tagore, embarks on a serene musical expedition under the of music designer and direction of Arindom.

The song is sung by popular singer Somalata Acharyya Chowdhury.

Building upon the poignant conclusion of Dekhechhi Rupshagore, which left fans yearning for closure, Hey Shokha thrusts Satyen (portrayed by Dibyojyoti Dutta) and Maya (portrayed by Anushka Goswami) into the spotlight, exploring their lives post-Durga's departure from Saratpally.

At its core, Hey Shokha delves into Satyen's internal struggle—whether to embrace Maya or rekindle his bond with Durga—driving the narrative forward with compelling storytelling and emotive music.

Hey Shokha is now available on SVF Music's YouTube Channel and major audio platforms on February 14.

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