Title: The Love Tree: Uniting Voices
Genre: Musical Documentary
Scene 1: Setting the Stage
Setting: The scene opens in a vibrant studio where Sohan Jajabor, Mister Nas, and a group of musicians prepare to record the song “Valobasha Gus” (The Love Tree). Guitars and other instruments are scattered around the studio.
Sohan Jajabor: (with enthusiasm) “I’m excited to share our journey of creating ‘Valobasha Gus.’ This song is the essence of fusion, blending Western Reggae, Blues, and Eastern Folk.”
Mister Nas: (reflecting) “Indeed, Sohan. Our collaboration transcends borders and genres, reflecting the spirit of mOHiKOnTOk’s music, which fuses traditional folk with contemporary elements.”
Scene 2: The Love Tree
Setting: The documentary transitions to a virtual soundscape, where the music of “Valobasha Gus” starts to play. As the song progresses, images of a vibrant tree with colorful flowers and fruits appear, symbolizing love and diversity.
Narrator: “The Love Tree bears flowers and fruits of different colors, signifying the diverse facets of love. Just like love, it can be sweet, passionate, mysterious, or even transformative.”
Scene 3: Unconventional Approach
Setting: The documentary now shifts to a split screen, showing the various instruments being played and the artists’ faces as they immerse themselves in the music.
Narrator: “mOHiKOnTOk’s approach to music is unconventional, much like the Baul genre. They combine mysticism with poetic justice and create a unique blend of sounds.”
Scene 4: Unity in Diversity
Setting: The split screen now showcases a diverse group of musicians playing together, symbolizing unity in diversity. The backdrop changes to a harmonious fusion of different cultures.
Sohan Jajabor: (smiling) “We believe in a world where humanity comes first. It’s about embracing diversity regardless of religion, color, and gender.”
Scene 5: Embracing Love and Humanity
Setting: The studio recording continues, but now focusing on the collaboration between Sohan Jajabor and Mister Nas. Their online partnership unfolds through video clips of their discussions and musical exchanges.
Mister Nas: (grateful) “I want to thank Sohan for this incredible journey. The love and humanity embedded in our music bring us together, transcending borders.”
Sohan Jajabor: (appreciative) “And I’m grateful to Nasir Vai for his incredible lyrics and partnership. Our music is a testament to unity and love.”
Scene 6: The Message of “Valobasha Gus”
Setting: The documentary returns to the virtual soundscape, where the song reaches its crescendo. The Love Tree stands tall, casting a symbolic shadow of love and unity.
Narrator: “The love tree, like humanity, bears the fruits of compassion and acceptance. It’s a reminder that love is the greatest of all religions, and humanity is the fruit of the love tree.”
Scene 7: Closing Notes
Setting: The documentary concludes with a montage of the artists’ recording, the Love Tree, and the message “Sobar Upor Manush Sotto” (Humanity above all).
Narrator: “In the music of mOHiKOnTOk, we find a harmonious blend of cultures, genres, and voices, echoing the belief that humanity should be the priority. Their love tree continues to bear the fruits of unity and acceptance.”
Credits roll with the music of “Valobasha Gus” playing in the background.
- Jodi Fire Chai Tune: Javed Hossain (New York), Composition: Sohan Jajabor.
- Sobar Upor Manush Sotto Tune: Musafir Mukta (New York), Composition: Rajib Hossain (Dhaka, Bangladesh).
- Valobasha Gach Tune: Musafir Mukta and Sohan Jajabor (Mymensing, Bangladesh).
The documentary ends, leaving the audience with a deep sense of unity and love, inspired by the vibrant music and harmonious collaboration of mOHiKOnTOk.