Singer Soumita Saha Turns 27 Riding The Popularity Charts
The Song Bird Singer Soumita Saha turns 27, she is one such name who has been riding the popularity charts with her talent. She has constantly been in the limelight for her breathtaking voice and amazing performances. She was also given the title of ‘Justin Bieber of Kolkata’. She is one of those performers who has worked under International record labels as well. Her debut album was a massive hit and since then she has not looked back. Soumita is known for her memorable contribution to the field of Rabindrasangeet. She is one of the most celebrated young Tagore songs exponent dwelling in the city of joy. The young singer is not only a shining star whose life revolves around showbiz but also one of the most eminent social activist whose contribution to society is incredible.
The controversy of Indian Cinema and The Ishq Girl-
Ekta Kapoor’s Lipstick Under my Burkha raised a lot of eyebrows. Soumita joined the bandwagon of celebrities in support of the film. She symbolized lipstick as the symbolic representation of feminism. On the other hand, a particular scene from the movie Veere Di Wedding starring Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Swara Bhaskar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Shikha Talsania is sure breaking some stereotypes. The movie’s fresh controversy was when a masturbation scene featuring Swara surfaced online. Social media users have been critical it and the actress has been heavily trolled for this on Facebook and Twitter. Soumita spoke in support of the actress saying “If We Can Accept On-Screen Sex, Why Do We Object On-Screen Masturbation?”.The young singer recently supported the storyline of the film and clarified the fact that a film should be accepted as a film, not a motivational documentary. The Diva supported Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh Storyline saying “One of the fundamental things you could do for someone you love is to not view them through the lens of your own hopes. It is hard to win over the unconscious need for control .”
Weaving dreams, not only with music but words too: The Inspirational Writer-
Soumita Commemorated Human Rights Day On Social Media, some of her quotes became heart touching and inspired the youth. Soumita Saha raised awareness about the right use of human rights through the social network. “One of the major goals of celebrating the human rights day is to eradicate poverty from the life of human beings and help them in getting the well-being life. Human rights day is celebrated by deciding a particular theme to make this celebration more effective and the theme of 2018 is ‘Right to Peace’. One of the most important aspects of human life is peace, and we should know how to utilize the depth of Human Rights for maintaining peace.”
When Poetry and Music become two sides of a single coin –
The Kathua rape case that had shaken the soul of the country. Girls irrespective of their age have been targeted by psychopaths, who have not only committed one of the most heinous crimes but also have instilled a fear in the mind of a large number of girls in the society.
Singer Soumita Saha, who is also a strong advocate of Women’s Rights, felt deeply pained by these incidents. She had penned down a beautiful poem to express her agony and has dedicated it to Asifa Banu, the 8-year-old victim of Kathua rape and murder incident. This was the first time her poetic self was highlighted. She later dedication a beautiful poem to the national hero IAF Pilot titled ‘ Welcome home brother’.
The Social Activist-
Her plea to the Government to mark December 29 as the Nirbhaya Day was also taken in good spirit and supported by many. Soumita Saha Opposed Body-Shaming Of Auntie Who Blamed Girls For Rape The recent viral video about a middle-aged woman, who had blamed girls wearing short dresses for Rape, that had left the entire nation in shock. The Diva Supported LGBT Group Offering An Apology, Soumita literally influenced the youth to focus on its positivity also supported the verdict with open arms. “I cannot express in words how good it feels to know about the supreme court’s verdict. The judgment closes the door on a dark chapter of Indian history. It marks a new era of equality for millions of people in India. I think youth shall resume faith in the judiciary.”
“ Art is the food for the soul that keeps me alive”: Soumita Saha. The Singing sensation whose mesmerizing voice has hypnotized her audience so far is also a trained painter. She is not only a good painter who is amazing with abstract forms of art but also a great patron of art. Her artwork is published pretty often in various magazines and popular news portals.
We wish the Song Bird a very Happy Birthday