Artistes from three countries – The US, Bangladesh and India – come together for a love ballad, Hoye Acchi Tor
Last Updated: 12.53 PM, Aug 03, 2022
Bangladeshi musician Mahtim Shakib became a household name with his song Bhul Koreche Bhul with Madhubanti Bagchi in Kuler Achaar. While Vikram Chatterjee and Madhumita Sarcar’s family drama failed to impress the box office reports, the song became very popular. Mahtim has also been appreciated for his voice. Now his new single Hoye Achhi Tor is all set to release on August 5. The music video features the much-loved pair, Bengali actors, John Batyacharyya and Sanjana Banerjee. The music is penned and composed by Riyadh Anik from Bangladesh. The film is produced by Jonai Singh and JSE Music. Artistes from three countries – India, Bangladesh and the US – collaborated for the single.
The music video of Hoye Achhi Tor is a story of love where joy and sorrow are woven finely together. The popular duo, John and Sanjana, seamlessly portray their romance on the screen.
Feeling positive about the song, the creative director and producer of the single US-based Jonai Singh said, “When composer, Riyadh Anik reached us from Bangladesh and shared the song, it was an instant ‘go ahead’ 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.”
Meanwhile, Mahtim Shakib said, “We experimented with a few different things in the song. The song has a unique flavour – something that I have always been very attracted to. I hope the listeners will like it and embrace it.”
Meanwhile, the composer is hopeful that the song will be appreciated. “I thank Jonai Singh for welcoming this song. I am very hopeful that the music enthusiasts from both sides of Bengal will love this song,” said Riyadh Anik.
JSE music was formed with the mission of upholding independent music and nurturing the next generation of artists. “Our goal is to help young musicians to realise their dreams. We welcome good content and call on young creative minds to reach out to us and share their ideas,” said Jonai.