Nachiketa lends voice to a song on Bangabandhu

Culture Desk

2 September, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Nachiketa lends voice to a song on Bangabandhu

Indian Bengali singer, lyricist, composer and playback singer Nachiketa Chakraborty has recently recorded a song on Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The song, ‘Bangabandhu Tumi Swapna Bangalir’ was recorded at Fusion Pro Studio in Kolkata on Saturday.

The song, penned by Sujon Hajong, has been composed by Jadu Richil while Mushfiq Litu has arranged the music.

Expressing  his feelings about the song, Nachiketa said, “I feel honoured as an artiste to sing a song on Father of the Bengali Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

He is a great leader and the architect of the independent Bangladesh. By this song I can pay my tribute to him.

 I hope every Bengali people will listen the song.”

Lyricist Sujon Hajong said, “Bangabandhu and Bangladesh are one and identical. Bangabandhu spent his whole life for the nation’s freedom. He is eternal. The song will represent the true history of Bangabandhu.”  

The song will be added in the album titled ‘Bangabandhu Tumi Swapna Bangalir’. Besides Nachiketa, the album will feature songs rendered by singers Late Subir Nandi, Fahmida Nabi, Indian singers 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. The upcoming album will give music lovers a glimpse into life and works of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The album will be released on Mujib Borsho, Sujon informed.