Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee are not only known for their slice-of-life films on human relationships, but also for their musical palette that remains etched in the minds of the audience. Their upcoming film, Gotro, is no exception.
After winning hearts with the melodious recreation of Rabindra sangeet, Neel digante and the peppy Rangabati, the makers have dropped another number from the film, Mashima Hitler.
Picturised on the film’s protagonist Mukti Debi, essayed by the Anashua Majumdar, Mashima Hitler, has a street-style flavour to it. The song gives an interesting insight into Mukti Debi’s character. Mukti Debi is a well-educated woman, who has some very strict rules and policies about her house, Gobindo Dham, because of which she has earned the moniker, Hitler. The song is about Mukti Debi and her quirks, which has frustrated everyone, including the caretaker of the house, Tariq Ali, played by Nigel Akkara. Biswanath Basu, in a special appearance, is seen matching his steps to the tunes of Mashima Hitler.
Anindya Chattopadhyay has composed the lively track. The song is sung by Babul Supriyo.
Gotro is based on a social issue and tries to remind us of the importance of humanity over religion through a heart-warming story. Also starring Manali Manisha Dey, it is produced by Windows Production. The film will hit the screens in August on Janmashtami.