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Usha Uthup’s New Bengali Singles ‘Mon Manchhe Na Aar’ From INRECO launched By Superstar, Dev At Trincas

– After 44 Years, Usha Uthup Sings A Brand-New Song For INRECO –


Kolkata, 26th October, 2022: INRECO, today, launched the Bengali singles of the legendary pop icon, Usha Uthup, titled ‘Mon Manchhe Na Aar’. The song was launched by superstar Dev in the presence of Riad Dipanjan Saha, CEO, INRECO & Hindusthan Record.


“It is a nostalgic moment for us because Usha Di had recorded her first Bengali Song “Aha Tumi Sundari Koto Kolkata” in her rich melodious voice with Hindusthan Record in 1978. After 44 years we are reunited and releasing a brand-new Bengali song of her. Listeners, no doubt, will love this song in Usha Di’s timeless voice”, said Mr Riad Dipanjan Saha, CEO, INRECO & Hindusthan Record.

‘Mon Manchhe Na Aar’ is a poetic rendition of a love story deep in nostalgia, written by Rajib Dutta and composed by Suvajit Ray.


“It is sort of a homecoming for me with INRECO & Hinduthan Record. It feels wonderful to sing this beautiful song for them. I am forever thankful to my music composers, lyricists, audio companies, producers and above all, the listeners, for still showering their love on me and making me sing new songs. I really appreciate each one of you from my heart. I am really thankful to Dev, for coming over to share my joy today”, said Ms Usha Uthup.


Usha Uthup is a name that needs no introduction to music lovers across the world. With a musical career spanning over 50 years, she has the innate ability to bring a song to life and has sung in multiple languages. Her fans and followers (including several celebrities and fellow artists) continue to remain in awe at her magical reinvention and relevance year after year, across the decades.

About Hindusthan Record

Not every business establishment can lay the claim of being relevant for close to a century. Hindusthan Record can. It was established in 1932, pre-Independence.  It has travelled across the years, creating music, and marking milestones. Its history is infused with several achievements like the one on 5th April 1932, when the stalwart and genius of music, Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore stepped into Hindusthan Record’s building to inaugurate the studio. Thereafter, he went on to record one of his own compositions on the same day.


Over the years, several icons had their recordings in Hindusthan Record. Atul Prasad Sen, Pankaj Kumar Mullick, Ustad Faiyaz Khan, Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan, Anupam Ghatak, K.L.Saigal, Sachin Deb Burman, Renuka Sengupta, Amiya Thakur and Amita Sen were noteworthy musical greats who recorded here. In its ongoing endeavour to retain creative supremacy, Hindusthan Record has entered new, contemporary and allied activity channels.

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