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Lyrics / Video of Song : Moner Manush

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Supratim Chaudhury on Sunday, October 11, 2015
One small thing. With all due respect to the viewers and their comments - music, art or any creative form is not based on logic. You cannot ever make a small piece of program evolve. But an art-form can only evolve through experimentation. Forget whether this very experimentation was a success or failure. Irrespective of everything else, when different music-genres across the globe intermingle, only then can be a new form can come into being. Same as Darwin-Dadu said, "Recombination of Genes." :P

Pritam Das on Sunday, November 22, 2015
Reminds me of the kirtans back in my village where my dad used to force me to visit. I have heard my dad humm this song so many times, and randomly one day I come across this song here in Coke Studio. I still remember him telling the meaning of this song, of course not in a romantic way but in a spiritual way. I am currently just away from my home and yet I miss my family so much. I know the day will come when my dad won't be in this world any more, I don't know how will I face life then.

Shapath Chowdhury on Saturday, November 28, 2015
onno shomoy khobor nai .but keo ekjon oti porichito gaan nutun kore present korte chaile joto rokomer taal bahana shuru hoy manusher...onno shomoy mobile e "shila ki jawani" baje kintu kono bhalo gaaner fusion shunle bangalipona ber hoye pore.bunch of hypocrites!! (P.S. i imposed my opinion based on general views and have no intentions to hurt others feelings...tarporo jodi keo hurt hoye thaken...niche jeye MURI KHEYE ASHIEN.. :) )

Shubhendu MItra on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
So many hate comments here... To all Bong purists... Realize this that sometimes it's ok not to be one, and this music is all for the love. Not everyone and every generation is a purist. This is just so that they would realize how old can be as beautiful as this. And to people who are saying this is bangladeshi music... The time when these songs were written and sung there was only one Bengal, Bengal Province. So STFU!

Abhishek Mukhopadhyay on Sunday, October 11, 2015
Sobai motamuti ekta kotha thik e boleche. The hindi portion was completely unnecessary and takes away from the lyrical theme of this masterpiece. I dunno why they would bother to add Hindi to this.. While this is already being sung in a language much superior in every term. Loke bojhena keno the depth and beauty of the bhasha is untouched by other many other languages. Sorry bangla font nei..

Nominal on Thursday, October 08, 2015
'The Song talks about the separation of two lovers and their impatience to unite' !!!!!! really ? dear Coke Studio ? please change your description. Its not about worldly love. Its about the internal relationship between you and your unknown creator (if there any). Lalon Fakir seeks that eternal creator through his song and by 'Moner Manush' he meant this eternal non religious GOD.

Mirza Khaled on Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Nice compo... Lalon has lots and lots of song like this... We the bangali should have take some this kind of step on fusion. To show the world what we have... Bangali folk song has really a different dimension. As its a fusion compo, so be some person will not like but if anyone like the fusion work, then I think we have to agree they made a good job.

Saptorshi Basu on Friday, October 23, 2015
Nice fusion attempted but the song lacks proper harmony. Too many dull moments where the music just drops the feel. Some use of string sections could have lifted the feel better. Also babul supriyo was just not needed in this song. His hindi verse of Moner Manush was a very poorly translated section. Common guys I know you can make it rock much better. 

Deepbloo on Friday, October 09, 2015
Guys lets know the facts.. Lalon was born in East Bengal in British India way before(150 years to be exact) the birth of Bangladesh! So your argument about "he is a 'bangladeshi' property" is qute invalid! It was a great fusion of folk rock n I loved it! Love from Bangladesh! :)

Arunava Banerjee on Monday, October 05, 2015
I think the Hindi part by Babul Supriyo has not added anything extra to the song, rest of the song is simply awesome, by far the best baul fusion from Coke Studio... The translated hindi song by Javed Akhter would be a good separate track... Joy Guru Satyakida, khub bhalo...

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Singer: Babul Supriyo, Satyaki Banerjee, Babul Supriyo, Anupam Roy, Sharmilee Supriyo
Lyricist: Prasoon Joshi, Lalon Fakir, Javed Akhtar
Music Director: Jeet Ganguly, Anupam Roy
External Links: Coke Studio 4 - Episode 06 at Wikipedia

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