Edited by Qwest - 13 years ago
Runa Laila has been awarded of 34th Bachsas
Molla Barir Bou and Hazar Bachhar Dhore swept twelve prestigious awards at the 34th Bangladesh Chalachchitra Sangbadik Samity Award while Shasthi bagged the best film award.
Ilias Kanchan received the best actor award for Shasthi while Moushumi took the same award for Matritya.
Best supporter actor award went to Shahidul Alam Sachchu while Professor Mamtajuddin Ahmed grabbed the best scripting award for Shasthi.
The awards were given through a gala ceremony held at the Bangladesh China Friendship Centre at a gala evening on Saturday. Deputy minister for information Abdus Salam Pintu was present as chief guest and handed over the awards among the winners.
Runa Layla, Amjad Hossain, Yousuf Pasha, (Posthumous) Ferdous Ara, Golum Kibria, Shamsuddin Ahmed, Abdus Salam Morshedi and Emdad Haque received awards for their outstanding contributions in their respective fields.
In the dance category, Zinat Barkatullah received an award for her contribution in the field while Zinia grabbed the best jury award.
In the television category, Pranab Butta received the best playwright award for Hello Chairman Saab. Sajal and Sumi took the best actor awards for Sada Barafer Chand and Antare respectively.
Jhut Jhamela received the best drama serial award while Abu Sayeed Sarkar bagged the best drama serial director award for Bioscope. Jahid Hassan and Bijori took the best drama serial actor award for Lal Nil Beguni and Belabhumi respectively.
Shakur Majid received the best telefilm iector award for Karimunessa while Faisal took the best model award for GrameenPhone Voice SMS.
Besides these awards, Channel-i and ATN Bangla grabbed awards for healthy cinema and the presentation of best news respectively.
The award giving ceremony was interspersed with music and dance where prominent artistes of the country performed.
My mom's favorite singer is Mahmudunnabi (Samina Chowdhury's father). So, basically I grew up listening to his songs which my mom used to sing all the time, who, by the way, is a very good singer. Here is a site that has some of Mahmudunnabi's songs you can play : http://www.my-bangladesh.com/my-music.php?singer=7#
Edited by Kanta80 - 13 years ago
|Syed Abdul Hadi : A Bridge between the Modernism & Tradition|
|By Anis Ahmed
Syed Abdul Hadi is a renowned singer from Bangladesh. During his visit to the USA , in an exclusive interview with VOA Hadi , who has been singing Bangla Modern Songs over four decades, says that the secret of his popularity in these days is his adaptability to the modern way of singing. He ,however,says that there has to be a balance between the modern trend and the heritage of Bangla song.Edited by Kanta80 - 13 years ago
MUSTAFA ZAMAN ABBASI
Upholding Bangla folk music
The history of Bangla song is about five hundred years old, starting during the period of Vaisnava Padabali. If the history of Caryapada is included then it goes to nearly one thousand years back. The advent of modern Bangla songs begins in 1930s, based on the Tappa gan. Gramophone Company played an important role in popularising modern Bangla song. Later, with the help of radio and Bangla films, modern Bangla songs became more popular to the common people. It is widely said that the period from 1930s to 1960s is the golden age of modern Bangla songs,
writes Robab Rosan
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