kathmandu: singer Prakash Saput’s special Teej song “jale rumal fatyo” has been released to the public. This song is the second part of the previously public “kura bujna parcha” during the Teej festival two years ago.
Singer Prakash Saput has provided the vocals for this song, and it features singer Samikshya Adhikari. The music video of the song includes performances by actress Swastima Khadka, Anchal Sharma, actors Gaurav Pahari, Vishal Pahari, and Saput himself.
The song was publicly released by Aran Productions and is available on Prakash Saput’s own YouTube channel. Saput explained that the song seeks to raise awareness about gender equality and the need for effective legal measures against violence against women.
He expressed that this song brings forward sensitive and important issues within Nepali society through the medium of Teej songs. Saput mentioned that the subject, presentation, and direction make this song special for him.
Two years ago, in the public song “kura bujna parchaच,” Saput had presented women’s thoughts and self-confidence. The song also addressed the topic of gender equality. In this song too, actress Swastima Khadka and Anchal Sharma have acted.
Singer Prakash Saput, born in Dhamjaam-3 of Kathikhola Rural Municipality, Baglung, has previously released songs like “pir,” “galbandi,” “bolamaya,” “sakambari,” “damai maharaj,” among others, which have become public favorites. “galbandi” is one of his most popular songs.