Eamon Chakraborty, a musician from Kolkata, came to Bangladesh to see chariots and sell bananas.
A few days ago he came to Dhaka to sing in a concert. After he finished his work, actor Chanchal Chowdhury met him in a small event. After that, the two of them spent an evening singing together.
Eamon described the experience of singing with Chanchal as a ‘dream come true’.
The music artist shared a long post on Facebook and Instagram sharing the video of the two songs.
Emon wrote, “After many days, I was so happy to go to Bangladesh. And this is possible for my friend Swapneel. I got to share the stage with Chanchal Chowdhury, the best and talented actor of our generation. At the same time I sang my favorite song with him.
Eamon sang the popular song ‘Sada Sada Kala Kala’ from the movie ‘Hawa’ with Chanchal.
After the release of Chanchal’s ‘Hawa’ last year, the song ‘Sada Sada Kala Kala’ written by lyricist and composer Hashim Mahmood became a word of mouth. The movie ‘Hawa’ and the song hit the audience in Dhaka and Kolkata.
On the post of Eamon’s song video, one wrote, “Bangladesh loves your song very much Eamon. Will come again.
Another commented, “A great moment of jugalbandi. Do better Emon. What a beautiful song you sang!’ Another person’s comment.
“My two favorite people together,” wrote another.
Actor Chanchal Chowdhury is busy with drama and film work. She will next be seen in Kolkata-based director Srijit Mukherjee’s ‘Padatik’.
The movie has already been screened at several film festivals including the London Indian Film Festival. There Chanchal played the role of Indian producer Mrinal Sen.