Ajit Aman’s "Chandrayaan" celebrates Indian achievement; the song to be unveiled on August 15, marking a moving tribute.
JAMSHEDPUR – On August 15, the nation will be captivated by the resonant tune of "Chandrayaan," a song that symbolizes a moving tribute to India’s achievements.
The song "Chandrayaan" stands as a testimony to the country’s accomplishments and is brought to life by the combined efforts of Ajit Aman’s creativity, Anjali Studio, Hari Darshan Singh, Shintu Yadav, Deepak, and Alok Kumar.
The unveiling ceremony was attended by Ajit Aman, Manoj Pandey, Lisha Verma, Randhir Singh, Uday Sahu, Chintu Mitali, Hari Darshan Singh, Shintu Yadav, Sandeep Sharma, Prem Kumar, Saurabh Sahu, and Tanishk Sahu.
Enhancing the aesthetic allure of the video, Bhojpuri film actress Lisha Verma appears in it, as the preceding film beautifully depicts the Chandrayaan-3 mission, instilling a sense of nationalism.
Expressing confidence in the song’s appeal, Ajit Aman underscored the melody and the song’s praise for Chandrayaan’s incredible journey and the innovative minds behind it.
Now employing his artistic vision to honor India’s exceptional scientists, Ajit Aman, acclaimed for creating video albums dedicated to luminaries like "Ratan Tata," "Vipin Rawat," and "MS Dhoni," adds another feather to his cap.
Produced by Nishant Kumar, Avnish Srivastava, and professor Alok Raj Singh, and penned by Anil Verma, the song is a pioneering endeavor in Bhojpuri music, reflecting the ethos of struggle, zeal, and resolve.
Ajit Aman, a renowned singer from Jharkhand and Bihar, will render the song, set to make its debut on Independence Day, with the context of Amrit Mahotsav celebrations and the successful Chandrayaan test adding significance.
The artists of the city are exerting untiring efforts to create this unforgettable experience, as the poster was unveiled in Sonari, heralding a new era of celebration and pride.