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Song dedicated to Kathmandu air crash victims released

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Update: 2018-03-27 6:56:44 AM
Song dedicated to Kathmandu air crash victims released
From left, Hridoy Khan, Sanup Paudel, Melina Rai and Sabrina Porshi

To pay tribute to the victims of US-Bangla airliner crash in Kathmandu of Nepal, a bilingual video song was released on internet Monday (March 26).

Hridoy Khan and Sabrina Porshi from Bangladesh and Melina Rai and Sanup Paudel from Nepal lent their voice in the song.

Titled ‘Phire Asbe Na’ or ‘Jhajhalko’, the song is now available on Hridoy Khan’s YouTube channel.

The lyric was written by Shahan Kabondho and Kali Prasad Baskota from Bangladesh and Nepal respectively.

Music of the song was directed by Sri Lankan musicians Raj Thillaiyampalam and Thilina Boralessa.

Hridoy Khan himself directed the video which was produced under HK Production. 

Amusync Entertainment is in audio production of the song.

Apart from starring the artists, the video incorporated still images and video clips of the fatal plane crash.

However, flight BS211 of US-Bangla Airlines from Dhaka crashed and burst into flames while landing at Tribhuban International Airport in Kathmandu with 71 people on board on March 12, claiming lives of at least 51.

Bangladesh observed March 15 a mourning day to mourn the victims of the tragic plane crash in history of the country’s aviation.


BDST: 1700 HRS, MAR 27, 2018

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