Paushali Sahu makes her Bengali debut with a Jeet Gannguli composition

Renowned for infusing a golden retro touch into her musical renditions, singer Paushali Sahu is set to captivate audiences with two upcoming originals that showcase her versatility across genres. While retro remains her comfort zone, the experimentation with new sounds is evident in her latest releases.

The first original, “Chokh Mele Dekho Tumi,” recently launched by Zee Music, is a Bengali composition crafted by the celebrated Jeet Gannguli and lyrically adorned by Chandrani Ganguli. Transcending language barriers, the contemporary song weaves musical nuances and poetic depth, marking Paushali’s debut in the Bengali music scene.

Reflecting on the collaboration with Jeet Gannguli, she expressed gratitude for the opportunity, emphasizing the humbling experience of working with the maestro. The song, centered on unrequited love, combines traditional elements with modern sounds, creating a timeless yet contemporary musical masterpiece.

Transitioning from renditions to originals, Paushali’s journey has been liberating. Rejecting the mainstream, she focuses on meaningful music, steering clear of short-lived social media trends. In her words, “Catering to fashion is not my philosophy; creating my own style is.”

The talented singer also teased her foray into playback singing, having already recorded scratch versions for Hindi and regional language songs. Paushali eagerly anticipates the final releases, marking another milestone in her musical career.

Her second original, scheduled for release by T-Series this month, delves into the enchanting folk songs of the hills. Crafted by composer Shamik Guha Roy, the composition invites listeners to embrace life’s adventures with courage and hope. Shot across remote villages in Himachal Pradesh, the music video promises a memorable experience for the audience.

Paushali’s musical journey continues to evolve, seamlessly blending retro charm with contemporary innovation, promising a diverse and enriching experience for her growing fan base.