Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Bhubaneswar, May 2:
When words flow from the soul to weave divinity with music it directly reaches and touches the heart. The beautiful hindi song Sunle Maula created by three Odia music lovers Sudeep Pravu, Sameet Pattnaik and Biswajit Mahapatra is a musical appeal against the heinous child labour and trafficking activities that is rampant in our country. Lending his rich voice to this noble cause famous singer Rituraj Mohanty takes it to soaring heights in his sufi andaaz giving goose- bumps to the listeners. The video has been very realistically shot in and around Bhubaneswar and is directed by upcoming talent Shuvendu Ghadai.
Supporting this noble cause UNICEF Odisha chapter, has come forward to promote this song. UNICEF has always been in the forefront to support activities, campaigns creating awareness about child related problems; and this time it is for a Song dedicated for the social cause. UNICEF is also planning to release the song through a state level conference in Bubaneswar on June 12th which is celebrated world wide as the World Day against Child Labour.
Suni hai aankhen suna hai dil, chot bachpan ko lagee hai maula tu aake inse mil.“ The lyrics make you teary eyed by the end of the song and the visuals moves you to vehemently tell a firm ‘ no’ to child labour,” says Sameet Pattnaik one of the composers and lyricist of the song.
Sunle Maula is a Walking Dreams presentation; a music wing of Aura Production based in Bhubaneswar, which is into music, entertainment and talent management. The song has been appreciated by Bollywood composers like Ram Sampath and Sachin Gupta who will be witnessing the video after its release.