Indian singer Nachiketa Chakraborty has recorded a song on country’s founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
The song, titled ‘Bangabandhu tumi bhorer shurjo’, will be featured in an upcoming album dedicated to Mujib.
The song was recorded at Lake Town Pro Fusion Studio in Kolkata on August 31. It has been penned by Sujon Hajong and tuned by Jadur Richil while Mushfiq Litu has arranged the music.
Besides Nachiketa Chakraborty, the album will feature songs rendered by singers like local singer Fahmida Nabi, Subir Nandi, Subhamita Banerjee, Nepalese singer Ashra Kunwar, Bhutanese singer Sangay Lhaden Tshering, Sri Lankan singer David and others.
All the songs of this album have been penned by Sujon Hajong.
‘I am very happy to record a song on Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who had made tremendous contribution to Bangladesh’s independence. I really liked the lyrics of the song. I hope music lovers will find the song entertaining,’ said Nachiketa Chakraborti.
‘Renowned singer Subir Nandi died after he recorded a song of this album titled “Ekhon kemon achhe Bangabandhur battrish nomborer barite”. The album will give the viewers a glimpse into Sheikh Mujib’s life and works,’ said Sujon Hajong.