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‘Shotta,’ Dhaka Metro's theme song is a unique rap tune

  • Published at 06:27 pm April 17th, 2019
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Theme song of 'Dhaka Metro' was released on YouTube on April 11 | Courtesy

Adit Rahman’s music, along with the words of Towfique Ahmed and Faisal Roddy, perfectly captures the essence of the series

“Dhaka Metro,” the first web-series by Amitabh Reza Chowdhury, was released on the digital platform Hoichoi on April 11. Since then, the web-series has been in the spotlight for fans who have been curious about the series. 

Recently, the theme song of the series was released on YouTube on the joyous occasion of Pohela Boishakh. The song, titled “Shotta” features rapper Towfique Ahmed and Adit Rahman.

The energetic track reflects the chaos and confusion of life. 

Adit Rahman’s music, along with the words of Towfique Ahmed and Faisal Roddy, perfectly captures the essence of the series. 

The song also highlights the crisis of Kuddus, the lead played by Neville Ferdous Hasan. In the series, Kuddus struggles to find purpose, freedom, and happiness in his monotonous urban-lifestyle. 

The cast of the web-series also includes Aupee Karim and child actor Shariful Islam among others.

The thriller series contains nine episodes which are: "Relation," "Alienation," "Recollection," "Exemption," "Incarceration," "Self-Regulation," "Ennui," "Delusion," and "The Last Journey." 

“Dhaka Metro” is streaming now exclusively on the Hoichoi app and website.