After the colossal success of 2017 film Mission China, Zubeen Garg is ready to climb higher with his new and third directorial venture – Kanchanjangha.

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On June 20, Times Music announced that the company has acquired all music rights for the film.

Zubeen Garg is known to deep-dive into contemporary issues and his forte lies in how sensitively he is able to present them to the public. His films are known to not only offer a perspective, but also to make people think and question the real issues at hand,” a statement released by Times Music said.

Kanchanjangha deals with certain social and political contradictions, which jeopardize the aspirations of the youth. Pinky Sharma, Dhritiman Phukan, Sasanka Samir, Pabitra Rabha are a few among many stars, who have come to join Zubeen Garg in the film.

“Kanchanjangha is a mainstream approach to deal with a few fundamental issues and seeks for a radical transformation in order to attain democratic rights and benefits supposed to be accessible by all its subjects. Delighted to have a reputed international label like Times Music on board with us,” said Zubeen Garg.

Kanchanjangha Artwork – The News Mill

“To associate with a film that challenges the status-quo and talks about the existing problems at hand, makes it an interesting project altogether. Assam is a land of great culture, music and Zubeen Garg is a master at his art. Times Music is glad to be associated with the film,” said Mandar Thakur, COO, Times Music.

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All music rights of the Assamese film Kanchanjangha exclusively lie with Times Music.

On June 20, the company released the full album of the film which is available for stream on all music stores.

The film is scheduled to release on September 6, 2019.

Here is the teaser of the film:

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