Mithi Mithi is the first song that has been released from the stable of Uronchondi. Madhuraa Bhattacharya has rendered her beautiful voice to croon this earthy, soulful number. Riding high on energy and jubilation, the singer has done full justice to this innovative song. Picturized in the enthralling locales of rural Bengal – the protagonist Meenu alias Rajnandini Pal has been captured gyrating in her flamboyant self; romancing the nature. Basking in the glory of the truant winds, marshy meadows and warm sunlight her effervescence and joy knows no bounds.
The other key character Sudipta Chakraborty’s Bindi has been shown giving her ample accompaniment. Caressing and snuggling Meenu with her motherly adoration, Chakraborty is an epitome of strength and determination to the character of a married middle aged rebel who runs away from home to get rid of her perils. Amartya Ray who is essaying the role of a truck driver is the only man who tries to see the world with their perspective. Chotu is testimony to all the antics and frolics of Meenu and slowly falls head over heels in love with her. Though not shown in the same frame, the song paints the innocent and gradually developing bond between the two characters.
Debojyoti Mishra who has composed music for this road film has fittingly delivered the lyrics that smell of the moist soil and cool winds which seem to hum in tandem with the folk-inspired tune.
Uronchondi pens the tale of four women, who, in order to save themselves from the atrocities at home, escape in a lorry. The Abhishek Saha directorial has been bankrolled by our very own Bumba da and is eyeing an August 3rd release.
Catch the mesmerizing song right here.