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‘PM Narendra Modi’ song ‘Saugandh Mujhe Iss Mitti Ki’: Vivek Oberoi is the saviour of the masses
The first song from ‘PM Narendra Modi’ is a tribute to the martyrs. The first song ‘Saugandh Mujhe Iss Mitti Ki’ was released a little while ago. The song is a tribute to the martyrs who have lost their lives for our motherland. Vivek Oberoi, who plays the central character, proves to be a saviour of the masses.
The song is inspired by one of the recent speeches of Narendra Modi in which he mentioned that the lives of the soldiers who died in the Pulwama attack will not go wasted. He also mentioned that he will not let anyone pull down the name of our country no matter what the circumstances are.
The song is written by Prasoon Joshi who is well-known for many beautiful songs dedicated to the nation. Sung by Sukhwinder Singh and Shashi Suman, the song has been composed by Shashi and Khushi.
Check out the song right here:
Sharing his experience of the song, producer Sandip Ssingh said, “The song will surely awaken the patriotic emotions of every Indian across the world. This song is dedicated to all the brave martyrs and their families.”
Directed by Omung Kumar, ‘PM Narendra Modi’ the film will traverse the journey of Narendra Modi from his humble beginnings to becoming the Prime Minister of India.
The film has fallen into an unwanted controversy after senior lyricists Javed Akhtar and Sameer blasted the makers of the film for having credited them in their movie’s trailer as one of the many lyrics writer, whereas they claim to have not written any song for the film. The makers gave out a clarification a little while ago about why they had been credited. Producer Sandip Ssingh says that they have used a couple of old song written by the senior lyricists, whose rights laid with the music label and that’s why they had credited the original writers of the songs. Seems quite fair!
‘PM Narendra Modi’ hits theatres on April 5, just a week before the national elections begin in India.
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