The only song from the Odia feature film Adieu GODARD has now been released across all digital platforms. This song marks the debut of iconic singer-songwriter Rupam Islam in Odia language. Rupam Islam, won the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer in 2010 and is best known for his band Fossils and his on stage Rock performances. He has delivered numerous Bengali superhit songs as a singer, songwriter and composer. In Bollywood, he is specially known for songs like Jannat Jahan (Jannat) and Dil Kare (All the Best).
With this song writer and director of the film Amartya Bhattacharyya adds another feather to his hat. He has written the lyrics for this song which is his first in Odia. The music has been composed by Kisaloy Roy who has worked with several National Award winning filmmakers including Susant Misra and Manmohan Mohapatra and has composed for Odia, Bengali and Hindi films
The MUSIC VIDEO was recently launched on YouTube as well and it has received a wonderful reception from music lovers.
Music Video Link: https://youtu.be/
Audio: Spotify Link (and all other digital platforms)
Sharing his thoughts, singer Rupam Islam said: “This is an excellent song. I feel this is one of the best songs in my musical journey. The expressions have been used beautifully and Kisaloy and his team have done excellent work here. “
Writing Odia lyrics for the first time, Amartya Bhattacharyya said: “I feel blessed to have learnt Odia and write my first song in one of India’s classical languages. It is a double delight, because with this song we bring the uniqueness of Rupam Islam’s voice in Odia for the first time. I wish and I hope that this song will reach the ears it deserves to reach“
Kisaloy Roy, expressed his happiness saying: “Really overwhelmed to see such a good response to my first Odia song. I’m proud that it has been beautifully voiced by none other than the rockstar Rupam Islam. This song will enrich every music lover in a unique way.“
The film produced under the banner of Swastik Arthouse recently had its WORLD PREMIERE at the prestigious 43rd Moscow International Film Festival.