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Paritraan music released

Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati, Assam

It is Paritraan-music buzz that is rounding up amongst Bishnupriya Manipuri Guwahatians here since it was released. People have appreciated the songs of the movie sung by Tushar Sinha, Bithi Sinha, and Promila Sinha.

Here are the two songs of the movie Paritraan:

1. Katar hadit phulgo tite

Lyrics & Music compose: Hiren Sinha
Male Singer: Tushar Sinha
Female Singer: Bithi Sinha

Lyric of the song
Tushar Sinha

Katar hadit phulgo tite…
Shatosote nungshi gote
Hopone.. taipangee
Ti thaitai mor mone

….

Bithi Sinha

Nungshi Nungshi matawe…
Homaile ti mor mone…
Hopone.. taipangee….
Ti thaitai mor mone..

….

Hear and download the song
Katar hadit phulgo tite


2. Monor Katha Monhanat Lukeyaa

Lyrics: Prabhas Kanti Sinha
Music compose: Bithi Sinha
Singer: Bithi Sinha

Lyric of the song

Monor katha monhanat lukeyaaa…..
Laloni naitoi e-jeevanhan,
Bonor phul bonhanat satoyaaa…,
Mangoni naitoi nungshi goth’han..

Koti punyar phole aji
Pailu janomhan …………..
Haraw oya kheleya
Katawri jaubonhan


Hear and download the song
Monor Katha Monhanat Lukeyaa

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Comments

  1. Being a well wisher of Hiren Sinha, I could not resist myself to appreciate Hiren and would like to add some comments to the news “Paritraan music released” by Pratibha Sinha and in addition to the news published on 21st August 2009.

    Comments

    “I congratulate Hiren Sinha, L.L. Productions, artists and all associates for succeeding towards making the film ‘Paritraan” for our Bishnupriya Manipuri society which we will be able to see very soon. Hiren Sinha is truly a music lover and I really admire his enthusiasm and dedication towards music and making films for which he sacrificed his job as well. Hiren struggled a lot for achieving the goal and by the grace of almighty and support from near one he has started stepping for success.

    All of us know a proverb “Behind a successful man there is a woman”, hence we should not forget but must appreciate Subhakhsana Sinha who is also a Lyricist for her support from each and every corner since their marriage for Hiren’s success and written so many songs which were sung by Hiren himself and many artists of Bishnupriya Manipuri and others.

    I expect Subhakhsana’s support and wish for success in their future projects as well.”




    With best wishes,
    Mohitosh Singha

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