Sangeeta’s Selim Khan dies of coronavirus

Culture Desk

11 December, 2020 12:00 AM printer

Sangeeta’s Selim Khan dies of coronavirus

Country’s popular audio production company Sangeeta’s owner Selim Khan died of coronavirus on Thursday. He breathed his last at around 7:00 am. He was 55.

SK Shahed Ali Pappu, owner of CMV and secretary general of MIB, an organisation of music producers, said, “Selim Khan, who had been undergoing treatment at a private hospital in the capital since December 4 after his COVID test results came positive died this morning.  He was on life support for last 20hours. It was no longer working by Thursday morning.” 

Selim Khan tested positive for coronavirus on 4 December. He was later admitted to Impulse Hospital in the capital. As his condition deteriorated, he was taken to life support on 9 December at around 12:00pm.

Sangeeta is a renowned music label in Bangladesh. It was founded under the hands of Selim Khan in 1982. With the loves of music lovers, today Sangeeta has become most faithful and most popular music company in Bangladesh.


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