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Maksud Jamil Mintu

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Maqsud Jamil Mintoo
Native name মকসুদ জামিল মিন্টু
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation composer, music director

Maqsud Jamil Mintoo is a Bangladeshi music composer and director. He won the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Music Director for the song "Ekta Chhilo Shonar Konya" in the film Srabon Megher Din (1999).[1]

Early life and career

Mintoo first played guitar in 1979. In 1982, he began working in film playback songs with Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul. He played the guitar for the background score for the film Megh Bijli Badol.[1]

Mintoo first worked as a music director in the film Agun Jalo, directed by Motin Rahman. The film featured the song "Elomelo Batashe", rendered by singer Baby Naznin.[1] He worked as composer and music director in several films by Humayun Ahmed.[1] In 1986 Mintoo released an audio album for Shaikh Ishtiak named Nondita. In 1987 he released an audio album for Baby Naznin. In 2009, Mintoo released an audio album for Subir Nandi titled Shonar Konya.[1] Mintoo composed station ID music for Bangladesh Television, NTV, Channel 9. Mintoo debuted theme-music composition for the television dramas with "Jekhane Dekhibe Chhai" in 1988. He went on to compose for more than 500 dramas including Gronthik-gon Kohe by Selim Al Deen, Shirsho Bindu by Abdullah Al Mamun and Kothao Keu Nei by Humayun Ahmed.[1]




  • Nilanjona ( shaikh Ishtiak )
  • Josna rate( shaikh Ishtiak )
  • Ekdin Ghum Venge ( shaikh Ishtiak )
  • Elomelo Batashe ( Baby Naznin)
  • Oi Rangdhu ( Baby Naznin)
  • Poreche Lal Shari ( Baby Naznin)
  • Ekta Chhilo Shonar Konya [Subir Nandi]
  • O Amar Ural Pobkhi Re [Subir Nandi]
  • Ami onek Bathar Srabon ( Tapan Chowdhury )
  • Chadni poshore ( Selim Chowdhury )
  • Amar Vanga ghore ( Sabina Yasmin )
  • Boroshar prothom dine ( Sabina Yasmin )
  • Sajano Holona Kicku ( Tapan Chowdhury )
  • Kono Ek Shondhai ( Shubro Dev )
Television dramas
  • 1998: Jekhane Dekhibe Chhai
  • 1999: Aaj Robibar[4]
  • 2005: Khanda Chitra[5]
  • 2005: Neerey Tar Neel Dheu[6]
  • 2007: Tulite Aka Swapno
  • 2008: Mem Saheb
  • 2009: Shonar Konya
  • 2016: Abar Dujone[7]


  1. ^ a b c d e f Shah Alam Shazu (September 11, 2012). "Maqsud Jamil Mintoo Music maker". The Daily Star. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  2. ^ "Shyamol Chhaya on Channel i today". The Daily Star. December 17, 2015. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  3. ^ Shah Alam Shazu (November 12, 2010). "On the Spot : Shooting of "Ghetu Putro Komola"". The Daily Star. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  4. ^ "The return of Humayun Ahmed's Aj Robibar". The Daily Star. April 23, 2004. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  5. ^ "Framing the details of everyday life". The Daily Star. April 2, 2005. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  6. ^ Novera Deepita (February 26, 2005). "Neerey Tar Neel Dheu: A new comedy serial with a message". The Daily Star. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
  7. ^ "Sabina Yasmin, Badhan return together with 'Abar Dujone'". The Daily Star. December 23, 2016. Retrieved January 18, 2017.

External links

Maksud Jamil Mintu on IMDb

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