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Kumar Bishwajit

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Kumar Bishwajit
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Bishwajit performing in San Francisco Bay Area (April 2014)
Background information
Born (1963-06-01) June 1, 1963 (age 53)[1]
Sitakunda, Chittagong, Bangladesh, [1]
Occupation(s) Singer, composer
Instruments Vocal
Years active 1981–present
Website kumarbishwajit.com

Kumar Bishwajit (born June 1, 1963)[2] is a Bangladeshi singer and composer.[3]

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Early life

Also known by his nickname "Tultul", Bishwajit was born to Sadhan Ranjan Dey and Sova Rani Dey in Chittagong, Bangladesh.[1] He started his music career by performing on a radio show in 1977.[4] He was first associated with the band Rhythm-77 for 2 years. Then he founded his own band Feelings in 1979. He performed his first television show on BTV in 1980.[4]

Career

As of April 2014, Bishwajit has released 28 solo music albums.[5]

Works

Studio Albums

  1. Swargochhaya
  2. Bishader shorolipi
  3. Jekhane shimanto tomar
  4. Du fota Chokher jol
  5. Onubhobe
  6. Hridoyer Moina Todonto
  7. Root
  8. Gontobbo
  9. Dirghoshwash
  10. Othoi nil
  11. Prohori
  12. Ek mutho jochhona
  13. Shikari
  14. Obosheshe
  15. Rongdhonu Ronge
  16. Dristi Vora Bristi (2006)
  17. Rodela Dupur (2009)
  18. Priyo Onubhob (2014)

Personal life

Bishwajit is married to Naima Sultana.[1] They have a daughter and a son named Kumar Nibir.

Awards

Bishwajit earned Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer in 2010 for Swani Strir Wada and also won the best music director award. He also earned National Film Award for best male singer for Jhum Jhum Bristi from the film "Jaago" and he has earned another national award for best male playback singer for the film "Projapoti".[6]

References

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