Nalina Chitrakar, once a popular singer, is set to return to the Nepali music scene with a new song after a gap of about seven years. Her new song ‘Asan Bazaar’ has been made public. The painter is accompanied by Bed Basnet in the male voice of the song of the dancing number.
The song has lyrics by DP Khanal and music by Rajan Raj Shivakoti. The video of the song has been shot in USA and Nepal. The director of the video, Subrata Raj Acharya, has also directed the American cinematography through virtual media.The video of the song features Ashishma Nakarmi, Usha Upreti, Narayan Pradhan and Kamal Saud. The video has been choreographed by Pramod Bhandari and Aisa Ojha while the video taken by Rabameshwar Karki and Utsav Dahal has been edited by Bikash Dahal. Jaya Sharma has looked at the creative side of the direction.
Your lips, your eyes, darling, Gori Kali Sani Mori, Mehndi Lagao, Pani Pani, Chahidain Hira Moti, Masti, Parelima. She is about to return to the area. ‘So I am active in the music field by doing musical tours. But, after 6/7 years, I am bringing this new song ‘, while talking to Nepal newspaper from the United States, the singer-painter said-‘ In this, the audience will get the old test of Nalina again. You will also experience a new test. The lyrics of the song have been composed by DB Khanal and the music has been composed by Rajan Raj Shivakoti.
In this duet song, the singer-painter is accompanied by new singer Ved R Basnet. Nalina informed that an attractive music video of the song has also been made. Most of the US state scenes are included in the music video and Asan of Kathmandu can also be seen. Producer-director Narayan Puri from the US has coordinated the production of the music video while the scene from Kathmandu has been directed by Subrata Acharya. The music video has been shot by Rameshwar Karki in the US and Utsav Dahal in Nepal and edited by Vikas Dahal. Similarly, the choreography has been done by Aisa Ojha in USA and Pradip Vikas Dahal in Nepal. The song and its music video will be unveiled at a ceremony in Texas next week.The singer-songwriter, who has been living in the United States for a few years, has released eight audio albums in the course of her three-decade-long musical career.