The inhabitant anthem we know and sing, is only a initial of 5 stanzas of a Brahmo strain stoical and scored by Rabindra Nath Tagore. It’s created in Sanskritised Bengali and currently creates people mount up, bloat with honour and sing it out shrill at school assemblies, sporting events and even in cinema halls.
But we haven’t unequivocally cared to know about a rest of a strain and what it means. In a video from a arriving Bengali film Rajkahini destined by Srijit Mukherji, a inhabitant anthem is showcased in all a glory. The whole hymn, sung out in a staid Bengali intonation will leave we with goosebumps and pride.
The film, starring Rituparna Sengupta, Jisshu Sengupta and Saswata Chatterjee, is set in a 1947 with a assign of Bengal as a backdrop and is slated to recover on 16 October, 2015.
The sold chronicle of a inhabitant anthem presented in a film has been sung by over 10 acclaimed singers and video is holding YouTube by charge with over 100,000 views in 4 days.
Watch a video below: