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  • MP 3 of devotional number Hari Bol released
    Himalayan Films has released its latest MP 3 number. A devotional CD in Hindi, Hari Bol consists of 19 Bhajans. A number of Acharya Deepak Thapliyal, Kavita Godiyal, Bharti and Monica Gupta are the other singers in the album.

  • Himalayan Film at IITF-2013
    Himalayan Films Pvt Ltd is participating in the India International Trade Fair-2013. The fair began on 14th November and will conclude on 27th November, 2013. Please visit Uttarakhand Pavilion’s Hall No. 6 (Stall at Ramp) at the Pragati Maidan to buy the Garhwali/Kumoani musical products made by the company. Himalayan Films Pvt. Limited Hall No. 6, Stall [...]

  • Himalayan Films launches video on Badrinath & Kedarnath
    In a move to provide historic and religious importance of Badrinath and Kedarnath, the Himalayan Films have launched two videos. The products are presently available in the market. Directed by Anuj Joshi, the video ‘Chalo Badrinath’ and Chalo Kedarnath’ aims at providing interesting information about these two famous Hindu shrines. These two videos are in [...]

  • Negi’s devotional number invades market
    After almost a gap of eight year, a devotional number by renowned Uttarakhandi folk singer Narendra Negi has hit the market. Audio (MP3) of ‘Jai Bholey Bhandari was released recently in Srinagar (Garhwal). A product of Himalayan Film, the album consists of eight songs dedicated to Lord Shiva. The shooting of ‘Jai Bholey Bhandari’ will [...]

  • Negi’s Ab Kathga Khailo sweeps YUCA award
    Dehradun: The musical album (video) of renowned Uttarakhandi folk singer Narender Negi rocked the Young Uttarakhand Cine Award, which concluded in Delhi on Saturday. Ab Kathga Khailo won five of the total six awards in the album category. The album won awards for best album, best male singer, best lyrics, best music and best album [...]

Narender Negi's musical VCD 'Mayaku Mundaru' invades market

Narender Negi's musical VCD 'Mayaku Mundaru' invades market
Unique experience to watch mountain culture, problems

By Our Staff Reporter

Published in Garhwal Post

Dehradun, 19 Dec: The most awaited musical VCD of the Uttarakhand music industry was finally released in the market on Thursday. Produced by Himalayan Films, the VCD 'Mayaku Mundaru' by renowned Uttarakhandi folk singer Narender Singh Negi created big post-production hype. The musical number was making news especially for a satirical song on use of liquor by political parties during elections, 'Hathne whisky pilayee, Phool ne pilayoo rum.'

The musical VCD comes with eight songs and like other albums by Narender Negi, the new collection also narrates the tale from the hills - inflation, problems due to migration, over exploiting rivers for making hydro power projects, etc.

This VCD is not a run of the mill album that's available in the market. It is a special one! If 'Hathne whisky pilayee, phool ne pilayoo rum' makes a sharp attack on political parties, 'Kankey Thelan' portrays the effect of inflation. Harshpati Rayal, playing the role of a common villager, leaves one spellbound with his acting as an inflation affected villager. A marriage song 'Bhena re' showcases the unique culture of Uttarakhand. The tradition of preparing items like 'Aarsa', and 'Chuda' in part of it. The song is in the form of a debate between youths (village girls & boys from the city) disregarding Garhwal's traditional eatables like 'Aarsa/Chuda' and preferring the junk food of the cities.

National hockey coach and Chak De India fame Mir Ranjan Negi dancing with Neetu Chauhan in the picture postcard like setting of village Lakhwar is another attraction of the VCD. A sad song on a hill woman inquiring from a relative, who has returned to his village on vacation from Delhi, about her husband, who has not communicated with her for a long time, makes the viewers emotional. This is a common problem in the mountains; men folk working in the plains many times discontinue communication with their wives and children living in the village. Uma plays the role of one such women and she is simply brilliant in her acting in 'Delhi wala duyura'.

"Devbhoomi ko nau badli, bijlibhoomi karyali ji,' captures the emotion of the people affected by dam projects.

Directed by Anil Bisht, the VCD is a must buy for music lovers of Uttarakhand. It offers high visual quality, rich poetry and a unique mix to win hearts of one and all.

 
 
 
 
 

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