Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji’s upcoming movie, “Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway,” is generating buzz with the release of its latest song, “Shubho Shubho.” The song captures the essence of the film’s storyline, where Rani’s character struggles to hold onto her Bengali traditions while living in Norway. The song portrays the character’s cultural clash, which she faces while living in a foreign land and the importance of retaining one’s cultural identity.
“Shubho Shubho” has been composed by renowned music director Shantanu Moitra and penned by Swanand Kirkire. The song features Rani Mukerji dressed in traditional Bengali attire and performing various rituals, including lighting a lamp and praying to goddess Durga. She is also seen celebrating Durga Puja, a significant Bengali festival, with other members of the community in Norway. The song conveys the message that despite living far away from home, one can always hold onto their roots and cultural traditions.
The movie’s director, Ashima Chibber, has stated that the film is a tribute to the Indian diaspora, who have settled in various parts of the world while still retaining their culture and traditions. The film showcases the challenges and obstacles faced by Indians living abroad and aims to inspire them to hold onto their cultural identity.
Overall, “Shubho Shubho” is a beautiful portrayal of cultural diversity and a reminder of the importance of holding onto one’s cultural roots. It serves as a perfect teaser for the upcoming film, which is set to release soon.