The much awaited debut Bengali solo album of Anupam Roy Durbine Doorbine Chokh Rakhbo Na hits the stores now. Starting his journey in Kolkata film industry with the super successful movie Autograph (2010). Since that there was no looking back for him. Starting from Autograph followed by another musical hit Chalo Paltai; after that the super successful "Baishey Srabon" he follows up with Durbine Doorbine Chokh Rakhbo Na.
Doorbine Chokh Rakhbo Na
Shree Venkatesh Films Pvt. Ltd.
1. Randhre Randhre Paap 2. Tistan 2 3. Bijli Bati 4. Ure Jak 5. Aalasya 6. Kaka 7. Benche Thakar Gaan 8. Aamake Aamar Mato
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Ratings and Reviews
12 Ratings &
Light, pleasant, and melodious
Most tunes and arrangement have a light feel with an acoustic touch. Lyrics are of course really nice as can be expected from Anupam Roy. "Bijli Bati" is one of my favorite tracks with a fluid lilting tune. "Tistaan 2" is another likeable song. The super-hits from Autograph gets acoustic reprises from the OST - which keeps to the sound of the album. Overall a really pleasant album and that can be heard over and over again.
Excellent collection as always it is.....nothing much write about ... I love this "Randhre Randhre Paap"....great, "Beche Thakrar Gaan" is completely different tempo or what played in the "Autograph" movie OST sung by the Roopam Islam....
What bothers me the presentation of this album by Venkatesh Music, AS an Audio CD I expect Jewel Case, but this come with a very thick cardboard book type container with Plastic CD holder glued on it which holds ...
Even now after so many days of the release, I listen to at least a couple of song of this album everyday. The songs and songs' music, lyrics are in my mind always. An awesome album. Please Venkatesh Films, be supportive to this type of album. Bengali and India industry need this type of independent Music creation apart from only Movie-related music.