Indian people’s song singer Subha Prasad Nandi Majumdar entertained Dhaka audience through a solo show on Thursday at Music and Dance Centre of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.
The versatile singer presented popular people’s songs, a few folk and Tagore songs at the show organised by Majumdar’s Bangladeshi friends and fans, in association with Bangladesh Udichi Shilpigoshthi.
Majumdar, who teaches at Burdwan University, commenced the show with Tagore’s Kusume Kusume Charan Chinha to pay tribute to his friend singer Kalikaprasad Bhattacharya, who died in an accident on March 07.
Both Subha Prasad and Kalikaprasad hails from Indian state Assam. At the programme Subha Prasad recalled his memories with the late popular singer through reminiscence talks and songs.
Subha Prasad then moved to present people’s songs like Abar February and Epar Bangla Opar Bangla.
Among Tagore songs, Subha Prasad chose songs like Tumi Rabe Nirabe, Dwip Nibhe Gechhe, Basante Ki Shudhu Kebal and Jete Jete Ekla Pathey to move audience and to pay tribute to Kalikaprasad.
The singer also presented yesteryear songs Ami Tomari and poems-turned-songs Abani Bari Achho and Abar Asiba Phire.
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