Every Indian travelling overseas can connect to the song's depiction of their experiences and emotions as they start their new adventure away from home. A timeline of Debika's travels in the new country is provided by Shubho Shubho. Debika’s son’s name is Shubh and the song Shubho Shubho is related to him. She moves to a new nation to start her new married life while making an effort to uphold her Indian background in spite of the cultural contrasts.
Altamash Faridi is the singer of the song. Kausar Munir wrote the script, and Amit Trivedi composed the music. The significant change that upends the family when the government takes their children away seems to have happened before the song takes place.
The songs feature Dhaak (a Bengali drum) and Shankh (a conch shell), two instruments that are essential to Bengali folk music, as well as Bengali lyrics and a hint of Baul music. As per reports, Amit Trivedi, the composer of the music, and Kausar Munir, the lyricist, are not Bengalis, it is great to hear that they have totally pulled it off and that they have displayed such care to accurately depict Bengali background and culture. The song is about the synchrony of cultures and traditions, and the song and movie proudly displays authenticity.
In the film Mrs. Chatterjee VS Norway, which was directed by Ashima Chibber, a woman who is an immigrant battles against all difficulties to regain custody of her children.
The theatrical debut of Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway, a film produced by Zee Studios and Emmay Productions (Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, and Nikkhil Advani), is set for March 17, 2023.