Vishal Dadlani sings first time in Bengali film Hawa Bodol
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Musician Vishal Dadlani had to squeeze time to record the track Ghore ferar gaan in his first Bengali film project Hawa Bodol at the last minute, as there was a miscommunication about date.
Vishal was about to leave abroad for an event on the appointed hour as Hawa Bodol director Parambrata Chatterjee and music director Indradeep Dasgupta reached Mumbai as he was under the impression that the recording was to take place the previous day.
Parambrata, Kahaani's Inspector Rana, had to seek help from his first Hindi film director Sujoy Ghosh who facilitated the things for them and Vishal called them at his studio.
"We will never forget how Vishal had called us to his recording studio at the last minute and worked for hours to perfect his pitch under the guidance of Indradeep Dasgupta," Parambrata recalled today while chatting with students of a management institute.
"It was an amazing experience how he delivered the lines.... He first got the feel of the tracks translated by Indradeep, he then worked on the pitch and the lines and when he finally delivered you will never know it was sung by Vishal Dadlani who did not know Bengali," he said.
"Hawa Bodol has the unmistakable Vishal touch in Ghore ferar gaan, not the Mohiner Ghoraguli type," said Parambrata.
Ghore ferar gaan is famous song by the band Mohiner Ghoraguli.
Actor Rudranil Ghosh dubbed Hawa Bodol as a story of friendship with which both modern day boys and girls could relate as it "talks about their lives in their own dialect and recreates scenes and situations which seem familiar to the urban youth."
"Hawa Bodol will blaze a new trail as the Dil Chahta Hai in Bengali, with our own quirky, typical sensibilities and I sometimes forgot I was also the actor while directing a scene," Parambrata said.
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