Shaan brings his first-ever Bengali Track CHINA.

News Desk, News Nation 360: Very own Shaan brings his first-ever Bengali track China. The launch was hosted in the esteemed presence of Singer Shaan, Actors Neel Bhattacharya, Trina Saha and lyricist Rajib Chakraborty. The song has been composed and sung by Shaan himself and the lyrics have been very cleverly injected by lyricist Rajib Chakraborty. The video features two of the most popular young actors, Trina Saha and Neel Bhattacharya of Bengali

Television Industry. The music video is conceptualized and produced by Supari Studios of Mumbai. The word China has a different meaning in Bengali. It means - I do not want. The track takes a fun potshot on China with the sentiment of Make in India and Aatma Nirbhar. This light-hearted peppy dance number talks about a boy who is unhappy with the social media obsession of his girlfriend. The video portrays a millennial couple during the lockdown. The boy is shown to be obsessed with the girl and the girl seems to be more obsessed with social media. Eventually, he realizes that he stands second in her priority list. Meanwhile, Shaan keeps crooning the China song.  It is exciting music that relates to this generation’s problem. At the virtual music launch, Shaan, Composer & Singer told they are all going through a sentimental phase post lockdown.

Everyone is scared about what happens next and people have also become bored sitting at home. So, this track is meant to cheer everyone up. It has nothing to do with China as a country or Covid-19 or even lockdown. Trina too sounded really enthusiastic about her new release. She told they hope that they will be able to give their audience a beautiful joyride. Another actor Neel Bhattacharya at that time was COVID positive and stayed at his own house. When he received a call from Shaan, he becomes excited and agreed to work on this video album. He told this is the first time that they have got this opportunity to work with Shaan and they are very excited about it. This is also a new experience as it has been shot on their phones at their homes during the lockdown period. This is the first time that an Indian music video is designed to create a delusion that the phone has been taken over, almost hijacked, as the video appears on the entire screen on Portrait Mode. Most importantly, the whole video was shot at the respective artists' place, with the use of their phones only. 

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Report : Anustup Kundu

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