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TMC’s Madan Mitra releases new rap; song goes viral

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Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA Madan Mitra has launched brand new rap music for the approaching Durga Puja season which is making rounds all over on social media.

The song video titled ‘India Wanna’ve Her Betiyaa’, which features Madan Mitra spitting bars along a conventional Durga Vandana, has left netizens amused.

The lyrics of the rap caught attention

In the 5-minute clip, Madan Mitra starts the video with the traditional Jaago Maa Durga Vandana clad in a yellow kurta and pink dhoti.

Madan Mitra TMC The North-Eastern Chronicle

However, minutes later he breaks right into a rap verse and starts rapping ‘India Wanna’ve Her Betiyaa’, transforming her attire from the conventional puja outfit to shirts, a cap and chains of fairy lighting fixtures round his neck.

Netizens loved TMC’s MM verse of the rap

Certain lines from the tune drew the precise interest of the netizens. One among such line that has gone viral from the TMC MLAs music rap is -“Don’t know my name’ I’m MM, MM.’

Referring to himself as a ‘colorful boy, Madan Mitra keeps his rap music in opposition to the backdrop of Kolkata highrises. For the maximum part, the tune functions verses of ‘Jaago Maa”, however, his colorful attire withinside the track in conjunction with its fun lyrics have made it viral.

Madan Mitra Song Reaction TMC The North-Eastern Chronicle

Madan Mitra’s new song ‘India Wanna’ve Her Betiyaa’ is also a take at the Mamata Banerjee-led party’s song- ‘Bangla Nijer Meyekei Chay’ (Bengal wants its own daughter) which was used at the time of campaigning of the West Bengal Assembly Elections.

The rap also highlights the political tension of WB

In the song, the senior Trinamool Congress chief additionally drops in a point out of Bhabanipur, that is gearing up for a essential warfare among Mamata Banerjee and BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrwal saying, “Bhabanipur to Kamarhati, West Bengal to desher mati, Bangla hobe ebar Delhi-r ghati, Mamata-r haath dhore samne haati.”


The Bhabanipur by-election is scheduled to be held on September 30. The polls are very important and vital for Banerjee who wishes to get re-elected as an MLA by November 5 to keep herself as the CM of Bengal.

Also read: Kanyadaan: A ritual that calls to be questioned!

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