By Jyothi Venkatesh
As the market readies to adorn the arrival of Ganpati amid the heavy traffic on the freeway and the clutter of vehicles and people, even nature in its pristine splendor beckons the glory of the Lord with joyful devotion to the tune of ‘All Is Set for Welcome ‘to Bappa, including the hypnotized youth. To herald the big occasion, Pickle Music, always working around the clock to serve its music-minded patrons, has also taken the first step for its patrons by releasing a completely different music album for Ganesh’s followers. Sameer Dixit and Rishikesh Bhirangi, who with their music company Pickle Music have conquered the hearts of music lovers in a very short time, now present “Bappa Morya” in the service of patrons who want to appease Lord Ganesha.
The song goes like this. With the devotional song “Jhale Gele Visrun Jave Pude Pude Chaalave …” with rich texts and ingratiating music, which wants to drive home the message that one should forget the celebrations of last year and that the new celebrations this year should be ushered in with enthusiasm and enthusiasm His producer Datta Madan came up with the song “Bappa Morya”. Nowadays one can hear songs dedicated to Ganpati’s stomping feet, accompanied by loud tapping music. This song is very different from any other song. Recorded at Buzz In Studios in Vile Parle, this song “Bappa Morya” was pictured at Ganesh Chitrashala in Palghar.
Music director Mayuresh Madgaonkar has decided to tune Samruddhi Pande’s lyrics. Datta Madan not only sang the number, but also mixed it. While Omkar Dhumal was playing the Sanai, Chetan Parab was working on Taal Vadya. Prasad Parasnaik programmed the Buzz In Studios. Saurabh Kajrekar and Virat Bhushetty assisted in recording the number. Kewal Vaalaj did the mixing and mastering. Sushant Gawad is the videographer. Manoj Patil is the editor of the video.