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Saturday, November 11, 2006
Success when accompanied with prior struggle makes an individual stronger and much more creative which is well reflected in the final deliverables. A classic example of this is the multifaceted Pritam Chakraborty or should we say just Pritam. He's undertaking yet another musical journey with UTV's upcoming film Metro, he's all set to form a rock band that will be an integral part of the film narrative.
Metro directed by the Ace director Anurag Basu, for which Pritam is composing the music, is on the look out for two band members who would be part of the band that play a critical role in the film. The four-member band along with Pritam will have singer James the fervent vocalist from Bangladesh who was the lead vocalist in the film Gangster from the famous Bheege Bheege track.
The criteria for selection is well defined people with intense obsession for music of any kind, who can identify the melody in the waves of the ocean, enthusiast who can't help but head bang listening to a Jimmy Hendrix or tap their feet listening to an old dhun at the nearest tea stall.
So if you have what it takes to be on the same stage as Pritam then this is your blessed chance to come and jam with the architect of some of the best tracks and background scores. And who knows u may just be his part member for this dynamic upcoming UTV production. Calling all you people of the world it's your lucky ticket to fame.
"Six songs will be performed by the band that will be selected. I want 2 singer musicians. We initially thought of having 6 different bands for the 6 songs but then figured out that it wont look nice in the narrative. People from all over India are auditioning", said an excited Pritam.