Friendship is the best thing that ever happened with everyone. Friendship has captured the many hearts. Even Film industry also sticks to this lovely bond of togetherness. We have the most of the examples of best friends in Marathi film industry and Jodi of Avdhoot Gupte and Amitraj is one of them. Now they both are working together for a song from upcoming Marathi movie ‘Bandha Nylon Che’.
Avdhoot Gupte sang a song ‘Kunitari’ music composed by Amitraj. Recently this song was recorded in Honda studio.
We all are the eyewitness of today’s situation which is addicted to technology. Uses of mobile, internet, social media increasing widely. Today’s generation is not only modern generation but has also become the techno savvy generation. People don’t have much time for family and love. ‘Bandha Nylon Che’ movie shows exactly the same thing. ‘Kunitari’ song sung by Avdhoot Gupte is totally dedicated to this situation and we all know the magic of Amitraj music makes us fall in love with his music.
Amitraj started his career in Hindi Film Industry. When Avdhoot Gupte was asked for his working experience with Amitraj, he said, “We are friend from last 20 years. We both are working in the same field but I was working in Marathi and Amit was working in Hindi. I found the Bollywood style in his music. I am very glad that I got a chance to work with Amitraj.”
Amitraj expressed his feeling about Avadhoot and told that he was much tensed about singing a song from Avadhoot who himself is a very talented singer, musician composer and director in Marathi film industry. But while singing a song he was only the singer he sing this song very smoothly.
Zero Hits Pvt. Ltd. Presents ‘ Bandha Naylonche ’ produced by Sunil Nair and directed by Jatin Vagle. In this movie Mahesh Manjrekar, Medha Manjrekar, Sanjay Narvekar, Pranjal Parab, Sunil Barve, Subodh Bhave, Shruti Marathe will share the screen. Music of this movie composed by Amitraj and songs written by Mandar Cholkar and Sachin Pathak. Cinematography by Shirish Desai. This movie releasing on 29th January 2016.