Artists Come Together with the Song of Hope “Phir Hath Milayenge”

‘Phir Hath Milayenge’ is an initiative of ‘Ameen The Band’ & ‘Rat Race Frames’ with the participation of film artists, musicians, lyricists, singers, fashion designers, poets, and many other creative artists.

The song is sung by Jojo Mukherjee, Vidyadhar Bhave, Meheka Mukherjee, Dipannita Sharma, and Veenah Naair. At the start, the beautiful Doha has sung by Rajasthani folk singer Sawai Khan Janra and Harmonies performed by Sankalitaa Roy. 

The music video is written and directed by Suman Adhikary. Suman has also penned and composed the song. This anthem song produced by ‘Ameen the band’, which is a newly launched Hindi progressive rock band and conceptualized by ‘Rat Race Frames’.

Actors like Vipin Sharma, Sariika Singh, Ankur Bhatia, Dipannita Sharma, Tarun Raj Arora, Rajesh Tailang, Vikram Kochhar, Kitu Gidwani, Sankalitaa Roy, Nagesh Bhosle, Jaimini Pathak, Pawan Chopra, Samar Jai Singh, Mir Sarwar, Rupinder Nagra, Shibani Bedi. Directors like Bedabrata Pain, Manasi Deodhar. Fashion designer Abhishek Dutta, Choreographer Sandip Soparrkar, Cinematographer R.D Rajasekar, Motivational speaker Saira Shah Halim, Poet Ankita Sood, Ruchita Tahiliani and many features in an anthem song and they came together willingly.

Along with hope, the song is also an apology to nature for the damage we as human as done so far. But we will definitely shake hands again with a pledge of care and understanding towards nature. The song also salutes all the corona warrior which includes medical personnel, sanitization workers, police, and media, all across the world, who are working tirelessly to make life a possibility for many.

This wonderful music was arranged by Arindam Sarkar, from ‘Ameen The Band.’, Bass Guitarist Ayan Banerjee. Beautiful calligraphy was done by Nagesh Sharma and title edited by Manas Sharma. This song is available on YouTube, IGTV, and Facebook. The revenue generated from the song will be donated to GiveIndia, a charity organization. 

The song generates a hope, that someday soon after the lockdown ends, we will emerge stronger, better, and wiser from this ordeal. More United as a Society and more understanding, empathetic, sensitive as a Human.