Renowned singer Subir Nandi has recently recorded a song on country’s founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
The song, Ekhon kemon achhe Bangabandhur battrish nomborer bariti, was recorded at D station studio in Moghbazar on March 30. The song, penned by Sujon Hajong, has been composed by Jadur Richil while Sumon Kalyan has arranged the music.
Ekhon kemon achhe Bangabandhur battrish nomborer bariti will be released in the upcoming album titled ‘Bangabandhu Tumi Swapna Bangalir’.
Besides Subir Nandi, the album will feature songs rendered by singers like local singer Fahmida Nabi, Indian singers Nachiketa Chakraborty, Subhamita Banerjee, Nepalese singer Ashra Kunwar, Bhutanese singer Sangay Lhaden Tshering, Sri Lankan singer David and others.
All the songs of this album have been penned by Sujon Hajong.
‘I am very happy to see that the younger generation of the country are producing songs on Bangabandhu. The song portrays the sacrifices Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had to make for the sake of the country and the people,’ said Subir Nandi.
‘The upcoming album will give music lovers a glimpse into life and works of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,’ said Sujon Hajong.
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