30.06.2012 [Outlook] - Tell us about your upcoming projects. For Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, I'm doing Punjabi music with a twist. For Trishna, it's a lot of Rajasthani sound. In Lootera, I'm composing Bengali period music with Baul, RabindraSangeet influences. Then
11.07.2012 [Washington Bangla Radio] - Rabindrasangeet singer Dr. Utsab DasCalcutta, July 11, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Utsab, or Dr. Utsab Das, a singer by passion and a doctor by profession, comes from a family where his both grandparents are doctors, and mother a singer. Utsab has.
26.06.2012 [Washington Bangla Radio] - The captivating evening was full of Rabindra Nath Tagore's immortal creations of songs with the original aesthetic appeal as presented by RabindraSangeet artists Manisha Murli Nayar and Monoj Murli Nayar with their exceptional vocal magic that
12.07.2012 [Daily Star Online] - I sang Adhunik, Urdu Geet, Ghazal, Thumri, even RabindraSangeet but playback is something I could never agree to. This apprehension -- how my song will be used -- always deterred me. You can say, I'm very sensitive when it comes to my songs.
11.07.2012 [Times of India] - No. This is a direct entry indeed. I gave music for a Bollywood movie earlier which was never completed. Tell us about your musical past. I have no formal training in music. I learnt RabindraSangeet for six to seven years in Kolkata. I love to write
11.07.2012 [Hindustan Times] - She recalls, “Our apartment in Kolkata was full of Bengalis singing RabindraSangeet. My mother would translate the songs for us in English. I remember 'Aguner parasmoni' was about spreading light through knowledge and spiritualism illuminating the soul.
06.07.2012 [Times of India] - Veteran Film Director Shri Mrinal Sen launched this RabindraSangeet album. Shri Justice Chittotosh Mukherjee was also present at the event. The album starts with an invocation from the Upanishads, 'Tamiswaranang'. It is followed by twelve Rabindra
18.06.2012 [Lankaweb] - The seminar concluded with a musical rendition of RabindraSangeet with soulful and sweet vocals by Shantiniketan Alumnus Mr. Chamith Perera, which included one of Tagore's greatest compositions (which was also the favourite song of Mahatma Gandhi