Shusmita Anis sings new patriotic song for Victory Day

Sun Online Desk

12th December, 2016 06:54:23 printer

Shusmita Anis sings new patriotic song for Victory Day

Shusmita Anis has voiced a patriotic song for the coming Victory Day. The song titled ‘E Pran Amar Bangladesh’ is written by Muniruzzaman Munir and composed by Sheikh Saadi Khan.


Famous Indian singer and music director Anupam Roy has composed the music for this song. The music video has been directed by Gazi Shuvro. The music video of the song is available online under Gaanchill banner from Monday (Dec 12).


Sushmita Anis, nice of famous Nazrul singer Firoza Begum, noted that the song has been prepared to encourage youth towards patriotism.

Shusmita Anis who is more inclined towards modern songs said, with the change of age, it is natural modern instrumentation will come closer to classic songs. But we have to ensure that the tune of the song remains the same. She thinks the dedication of the youth is key to maintaining this.


The music video was shot at a remote embankment of the river Padma. 50 models of varied age participated with Shusmita Anis in the music video.


Regarding the video of the of the song she said, one has to see it through their own eyes to truly appreciate the beauty of Bangladesh many may not know about the widespread riverbanks just outside Dhaka.

The blissful and foggy winter morning makes the heart go crazy. Sweet sunshine starts to peek as the day progresses. Clouds float in the sky. The distance starts to fade away after dusk with the emergence of fog. It is the symbol of little Bangladesh.


The focus of the young society has been portrayed perfectly in the music video. Shushmita said, as the patriotic song has been sung and dedicated towards the young generation, they have been represented in the music video along with the usage of the latest equipment vivid scenery of beautiful Bangladesh.


The song will also feature various success of Bangladesh over the years.


Enjoy the music video of 'E Pran Amar Bangladesh' by Shusmita Anis--