Shalmali Kholgade team up with Papon for original Bengali music.
This song marks the first collaboration of not only Papon and Shalmali Kholgade but also with Subhadeep Mitra to certainly weave magic. The production has been visualised in a rock and American country format.Sharing her experiences Shalmali Kholgade says , “Subhadeep Mitra, the composer of the song I’ve sung for Oriplast Originals is a very dear friend. We met when I first went to Pritam’s studio to record. I’ve never sung any of his compositions before this but I was eagerly waiting to. So, when he called me about a show like Oriplast Originals which promoted non film original music, with one entire episode with Subhadeep’s compositions, I jumped at the opportunity. I’ve always enjoyed singing in Bengali. Apart from the world known fact that the language is sweet to the ears the melodies are remarkable. I enjoyed every bit of singing Aajo Cholechi. We had a fantastic band and interesting instruments like the Hapi Drum that was also part of the ensemble. Papon also happens to be a good friend, so sharing the stage with him felt easy and fun!
Ori-Plast and SVF have come together to create Bengal’s first branded original content bringing forth 10 songs July featuring 16 artistes with 7 composers . It features the most popular and influential talent, from all over India, under the platform of SVF Music. Talents like Papon, Shaan, Sona Mohapatra, Anupam Roy, Javed Ali, Ash King, Akriti Kakar, Shalmali Kholgade, Nikhita Gandhi, Bhoomi Trivedi, Dev Negi and others among singers and Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Subhadeep Mitra, Anupam Roy among composers. Visualised in studio format, the songs keep Bengali music in the foreground and, also derives inspiration from other parts of lndia like Assam, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan..