Advertisement

Sona Mohapatra pays tribute to India with new song ‘TSONAMI’

Advertisement

Mumbai, Dec 20 (IANS) Singer Sona Mohapatra’s new song “TSONAMI” is an amalgamation of different Indian dialects.

From tribal Sambalpuri to Khadi Boli Hindi, and from Punjabi folk to Sufiana Kalam, Sona has incorporated different flavours of the nation in the peppy track.

“There is a North Indian touch to it as well as a South Indian touch. There is a rap element, too. So, I have tried to capture all of India. It is a tribute to my country and its people. And it is a party track because I wanted to try out something different. As an artiste I don’t want myself to sing only intense and message preaching songs, and as the year is ending, I want people to celebrate good things about their nation in a joy mood ,” Sona told IANS.

Advertisement

The music video has been directed by Ram Sampath.

Sona has described “TSONAMI” as R.A.T mashup, R.A.T being an acronym for the three party versions of Sona’s hits — “Rangabati”, “Ambarsariya” and “Tere Ishq Nachaya”.

Advertisement

–IANS

sim/vnc

Advertisement

RELATED POSTS

Advertisement

UPDATES

Big B sponsors 10 buses for UP migrants

By Quaid NajmiMumbai, May 29 (IANS) Moved by the plight of stranded migrants, Bollywood veteran Amitabh Bachchan has come forward to contribute his mite...

Maharashtra Govt considering restart of film shoots

Mumbai, May 29 (IANS) With a series of new guidelines, Maharashtra Government is ready to give the go-ahead to the entrainment industry for the...

Chintu Ka Birthday trailer: Vinay Pathak and Tillotama Shome struggle to celebrate the memorable day for Chintu

‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ is a film that has been on everyone’s list. Proof of this was when ZEE5 announced the premiere on 5th June via a poster release recently

Saqib Saleem misses misbehaving in the elevator

Mumbai, May 29 (IANS) Amid lockdown, actor Saqib Saleem is missing going to his friend's house and "misbehaving" in the elevator.

Draupadi Roopa Ganguly recalls singing in Mahabharat

Roopa Ganguly turned nostalgic about the time she sang a song for BR Chopra's tele-serial "Mahabharat".
Advertisement
Advertisement