The fourth version of “Badal Sanjhe” was organized on Saturday the 18th of Aug. 2018 At Rabindra Natya Mandir (P L Deshpande Auditorium), Mumbai.
Rich tributes were paid to late Shri Debabrata Biswas the uncrowned king of Rabindrasangeet by local artists of Mumbai and Pune through a beautiful musical program named “Amader George da”.
The entire program was held together attractively by a well-researched script narrated beautifully by Sharmila and Amit Mazumdar.
Shri Arun Gangopadhyay the youngest disciple of Shri Debabrata Biswas captivated the full house audience not only through a large collection of Rabindrasangeets sung in the typical style of his mentor and master for three years that he could spend with George Biswas during his teenage period, but also shared very interesting anecdotes from the life and times of Shri Debabrata Biswas.
The ambiance of the stage was brilliantly organized by the well-renowned art director Shri Pathikrit Mukherjee and the whole program was well coordinated by the entire team of Ranjit Jharna Kansai Eco foundation under the dynamic leadership of Shri Rajarshi Chatterjee.
The audience remained glued to their seats till the fag end of the program and relished every bit of the presentation with rapt attention
The program culminated with the felicitation of Shri Arun Gangopadhyay as well as all artists and musicians and the curtain call came through a collective rendition of the mesmerizing Rabindra sangeet “ Akash Bhar’s Surjo Tara” to which Smt Sharmila Mazumdar gave a superb impromptu dance presentation.