He also collaborated with some of the new generation artistes like SI Tutul, Bappa Majumdar, Emon Saha, Showkat Ali Emon, Habib Wahid and Kabir Bokul
Seasoned artiste Subir Nandi contributed so much to the music industry of our country. He enriched the concept of playback singing in Bangladesh with his melodic voice, for which he became a legend and a household name for many decades. Subir’s classic numbers will forever be an asset to the country.
Subir Nandi lent his voice to countless numbers of super-hit playback songs, including “Hazar moner kache,” “Bondhu hote cheye tomar,” “Din jay kotha thakey,” “Bristir kache theke kandte shikhechi,” “Tumi je amar kobita,” “Amar ei duti chokh pathor to noi,” “Koto je tomake beshechi bhalo,” “Pakhire tui dure thakle,” “Ek je chhilo sonar konna,” “O amar ural pongkhi re,” and many more.
“Doshi hoilam ami doyal re” was his first playback song. Subir worked with famous composers like Alauddin Ali, Prodeep Saha, Satya Saha, Somor Das, Sheikh Saadi Khan and Alam Khan in his long music career.
He also collaborated with some of the new generation artistes like SI Tutul, Bappa Majumdar, Emon Saha, Showkat Ali Emon, Habib Wahid and Kabir Bokul.
Habib shared his experience of working with Subir Nandi with Dhaka Tribune’s Showtime: “I worked with him on a jingle for a TVC. Working with him was a great experience, I wish I could have worked more with him, he is irreplaceable.
“He was a great friend of my father, who always spoke highly about Subir Nandi.”
Subir received the National Film Award five times for best playback singing in films, including “Mahanayak (1984),” “Shuvoda (1986),” “Srabon Megher Din (1999),” “Megher Pore Megh (2004),” and “Mohua Sundori (2015).”