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New songs about Bangabandhu on National Mourning Day

  • Published at 11:38 pm August 15th, 2018
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Popular Bangladeshi singer Fahmida Nabi released a track dedicated to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 14—on SH TV’s official YouTube channel

The 43rd anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s martyrdom was on Wednesday. Bangladeshi musicians are observing the day with their songs in tribute to the great leader.  

Pitar Rokte 

Popular Bangladeshi singer Fahmida Nabi released a track dedicated to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 14—on SH TV’s official YouTube channel. The track entitled “Pitar Rokte,” penned by Sujan Hajong, was composed by Jadu Ritchil. Suman Kalyan composed the music for the track.

Bangabandhu Ebong 15 August

Jaaz Multimedia produced another track on the occasion and dedicated it to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman; it is entitled, “Bangabandhu Ebong 15 August.” The track, sung and composed by Shafiq Tuhin, was released on August 14, on Jaaz Multimedia’s official YouTube Channel.

The song was penned by Abu Sayem Chowdhury and Shafiq Tuhin—while JK composed the music. The animated lyrics video of the track was made by Md Yasin and Asif Rahman. Post Production was done by Motion View Studio.

Rakter Reen

On August 14, Habib Mustafa released a track called, “Rakter Reen,” on the official YouTube channel of VMC Music BD. It is  dedicated to the Father of the Nation.

The track – penned, composed, and sung by Habib Mustafa – was produced by Suranjoli’s record label. The track’s music video was directed by Palash Khan.

Bangabandhur Shoinik

Durbin band’s Shahid sang a song named, “Bangabandhur Shoinik.” The track was penned by Faysal Rabbikin and composed by Rezwan Sheikh. The track is soon to be published on its record label, CD Choice’s, official YouTube channel.

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman; his spouse Sheikh Fazilatun Nesa Mujib; his three sons—Sheikh Kamal, Sheikh Jamal, and Sheikh Russell; and most of the family members of three of his close relatives, were killed in cold blood on August 15, 1975—by a group of disgruntled army men.

Two of Bangabandhu’s daughters, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her sister Sheikh Rehana, avoided the carnage as they were abroad at the time.