The city based composer stated that composing music for the film has been a revelation on its own and has been the best experience of his life.
“Creating music for this film has been the best experience for me ever. Though the songs were made for the scenarios in the film, when they were completed we found out that even on their own they hold a very nice appeal,” he remarked.
Upon query he revealed that the songs were written with an emphasis on Banshi Das (the protagonist) and not for Chaplin.
He said, “The songs were written keeping in mind the character of Banshi Das and not Chaplin but there are moments where the background scores supports Chaplin’s portrayal by Banshi.”
“The background scores in the movie are quite beautiful as well and they were also of great importance so I had to give stress on that,” he added.
He commented on the performance of the vocalists by saying, “Everyone has done a brilliant job. Even Kaushiki, who has done playback singing for the first time has done a truly marvellous job.”
Anindo Banerjee, for whom Chaplin is his silver screen directorial debut, said that the music will be a nice hearing experience for everyone.
“There are four songs and each of the songs are completely different from the others,” he remarked.
(Reporting by Arnab Chakraborty / Photos: Avishek Mitra)