Old music in fresh bottle: Abhimanini’s studio version is here to stay

Bhubaneswar: That popular Odia song everyone loves to hear and hum, which makes its mark, particularly on every woman’s heart, the pining and wait for someone special in their life, is back, albeit in a new packaging. And that too on Tarang Music’s Wild Stone Music Studio.

Yes, we are talking about the hit song from the 1981 movie ‘Ulka’- Abhimanini ae Amania Dheu, which was originally rendered by Aarati Mukherjee melodiously to the tunes of Raju Mishra and Bibhu.

Penned by none other than the veteran Sachi Mohanty famous for his songs Maa Tume Mamatara Simahina Sagara, Ae Jibana Mane Nunhe Aaha and scores more, the song has been one of the most loved and performed in the music circuits of Ollywood.

Though its unfair to even compare the new version on Music Studio with the original one, it has undoubtedly been a step ahead with the right blend of peppy beats, strong rhythms, new themes and fresh flavor – added to studio effects.

Music director Goodly Rath and singer Barsha, in the studio version, have given their best to add zest and life to the new version.

“Abhimanini Ae Amania Dheu
Naachi Naachi Naachi Jaye Sinharayi Tanumana

Phoola Kumari Mu Phoole Phoole Khoje
Aaji Ei Bela Tate Suni Kaara Gunjana”

A unique initiative of OTV’s Tarang Music, Wild Stone Music Studio has been churning out newer versions of old Odia Songs weaving them with present day contemporary music and voices of new singers to make the older classics reach the new generation music lovers.