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Alam Khan (composer)

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Alam Khan
Native name আলম খান
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Composer, music director
Relatives Azam Khan (brother)

Alam Khan is a Bangladeshi composer and music director. He was awarded Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Music Director five times for the films Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo (1982), Teen Kanya (1985), Surrender (1987), Dinkal (1992) and Ibadat (2009).[1] He also won Best Music Composer Award for the films Bagher Thaba (1999) and Ki Jadu Korila (2008). As of 2008, Khan composed around 2000 songs and provided music direction to around 300 films.[2] He is notable for the composition of the songs "Orey Neel Doriya", "Ami Rajanigandha", "Daak Diachhe Doyal Amarey" and "Tumi Jekhaney Ami Shekhaney".

Early life and career

Khan took music lessons from Nani Chaterjee and Karim Shahabuddin. Along with his friends, he formed an orchestra group "Ritu Orchestra Group". He got his first break in a stage play called "Bharate Bari". He first directed music for the Abdul Jabbar Khan's film "Kaanch Kata Heerey".[2]


Personal life

Khan's younger brother Azam Khan was a pop singer.[5]


  1. ^ Rashed Shawon (14 August 2012). "চার দশকে আমাদের সেরা চলচ্চিত্রগুলো". (in Bengali). Archived from the original on 27 January 2013. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  2. ^ a b Syeda Shamin Mortada (23 December 2008). "A passion for notes and sounds". The Daily Star. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  3. ^ Novera Deepita (November 25, 2005). "The mellifluous composer". The Daily Star. Retrieved January 19, 2017.
  4. ^ Rafi Hossain (November 19, 2016). "Celebrating Life 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Alam Khan". The Daily Star. Retrieved January 19, 2017.
  5. ^ "Peers, family recall Azam Khan". New Age. 2016-06-07. Retrieved 2018-06-04.

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