Two song albums-- Bhaav, Anupam Yatra released


By A Staff Reporter,Kathmandu, Nov. 10: Two song albums, ‘Bhaav’ and ‘Anupam Yatra’ were simultaneously launched during a ceremony held in the capital on Wednesday.

The songs are penned by Ambika Gurung while Shankar Thapa (Smile) has composed the music. 

During the launch event, the Chief Guest, veteran musician Shambujit Baskota, commended the music composer Thapa as a prominent figure in the realm of Nepali music, acknowledging his exceptional musical creations that have captivated the hearts of many.

Musician Thapa expressed his gratitude to Ambika Gurung for her unwavering belief in his musical abilities and for entrusting him with the responsibility of creating music for her songs. 

In the same vein, lyricist Gurung expressed that she and composer Thapa have collaborated on over a hundred songs. She emphasised that after working together on so many songs, they decided to release their collaborative efforts in the form of these albums. Gurung expressed her confidence in Shankar’s musical prowess and highlighted their 

ongoing collaboration.

‘Bhaav’ one of the albums, comprises 10 songs, including tracks like ‘Yo Manle Bhanchha’, ‘Aakha Kholda’,  ‘Sanga Sangai’ ‘Aakha Nalagos’,  ‘Mattiyeko Bela’, ‘Ajambari Pirati’,  ‘Rupko Bayan’,  ‘Chadke Najar’,  ‘Mayako Chhu Bhoko’ and ‘Dherai Bhau Nakhoja’. 

 Similarly, ‘Anupam Yatra’ features nine songs, including  ‘Dekhina Timi Jasto Khoi’, ‘Sadiyau Dekhi’,  ‘Timi Sangai’,  ‘Bhulna Sakina’,  ‘Karan Timi’, ‘Timi Tada’,  ‘Gurasaiko Phool Phulda’,  ‘Bhujhau Kasari’,  and ‘Karan Timi’ (female version). Both albums have been produced and marketed by Bhavsagar Entertainment.

The album launch ceremony was graced by the presence of senior film editor Narendra Khadka, the first woman director Suchitra Shrestha, and the singers and models who contributed to the albums. Additionally, five music videos from the two albums were unveiled during the event.

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