But we have tweaked the song in such a way that people from other regions of India can relate to it and enjoy it." The song has found popularity.
While describing the number, Dhrubadas said, "There is always a crescendo at the end of the song in Assami Bihu.
It is always safe to sit on the raft as it helps to maintain balance in the current.” “Both deserve awards for the courage and bravery they showed during an emergency and for saving lives.
The currents kept getting stronger, and villagers had just enough time to gather their belongings and make it to high ground, but not everybody had a chance to get out.
Instead of looking out for themselves, Pinki Gogoi and Puja Gogoi braved the dangerous waters to rescue every stranded villager.
Her career in Assamese film Industry was at its peak during the 1980s with the release of a volley of her acted films that includes Agnisnan (1985), Mayuri (1986), Anthony Mur Naam (1986), Aei Desh Mur Desh (1986), and, later in 1995, Hkhagoroloi Bohu Door , among many others.
She also had an association with Doordarshan and appeared as a newscaster in Assamese bulletins during the 1990s.
The two set out on the raft with the aim of saving as many lives as they could.“Four to five people can get onto a plantain raft.