Bengali singer, singer, lyricist and music director Azad Rahman has died (Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilaihi Rajeun). He was admitted to Shamali Specialized Hospital on Saturday (May 16th) after suffering from a heart attack. The news of Azad Rahman’s death was confirmed by lyricist Kabir Bakul.
Azad Rahman was admitted to Shyamali Specialized Hospital in the capital after he fell ill on Friday. The director of music, K.M. Khalid, expressed his deep sorrow and sorrow over the death of the music director.
Azad Rahman was born in burdwan district of West Bengal on 1 January 1944. He completed his snout at Rabindra-Indian University in India. Azad Rahman came to Bangladesh from West Bengal and started his studies at Rajshahi University.
In 1963, Azad Rahman’s film came to Kolkata with the music of Miss Priengbada. In that film, his voice was given by Manendra Mukherjee, Arti Mukherjee and Murthy Bhandar.
His first film, ‘Aguest’ by Bubal Chowdhury, was produced in Bangladesh. The songs of Azad Rahman’s ‘Aper Opar’, ‘How Much Love Is Worth’, ‘The Flower of The Dumur’, ‘Kaa’i Bhakti Mae’, ‘Dusu Banhur’, ‘The Tiger Is Recognized by The Dora’, were popular in the seventies. He sang the patriotic song ‘Birth is my blessing to be the composer of Mother Go’. There are many recognitions including three national film awards, including the song ‘Azad Rahman’.
Binodhan Desk: Saturday, May 16, HB News