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That’s why Bulbul sang only country songs for 8 consecutive years

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Imtiaz Bulbul grew up as a guitarist. He participated in the liberation war at the age of 14 and a half in 1971. Later, he was not only limited to guitar but also involved in songwriting, composition and music management.

Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul started his journey as a composer with patriotic songs on Bangladesh Television (BTV) after the country became independent. At that time, for 8 consecutive years, he only sang the songs of his homeland. Bulbul said in an interview in this regard, ‘I was a guitarist. When I think about the days of war, the memories of those exciting days, the scenes of carnage float in front of my eyes. I felt the need to do something for those I lost. Since then I have done only country music for eight consecutive years. I didn’t do another song.’

Then in 1978, he made his debut as a composer and music director through the movie ‘Megh Bijli Badal’.

This composer was always with music. In 1984 Belal Ahmed directed movie ‘Nayaner Alo’ every song written and composed by him got huge popularity. He did not have to look back. Those Kaljiya songs are – ‘Amar Saradeh Kheyo Go Mati’, ‘Amar Baba Mukta Prathu Jedin’, ‘Amar Bukka Dhalikhane’ and ‘Aam Tokar Okei Okei Dukhi Be Thak Be Thaka’.

Imtiaz Bulbul has directed music in almost two hundred films in his career. In his tunes and music, ‘Don’t open all the windows’, ‘Majhi Nao Chhaira De’, ‘Sei Railline’, ‘Sundar Suvarna Tarunya Lavanya’, ‘Ektara Laga Na Maar Dotara Naa Laga Na’, ‘Amar Ghur Karte Bau Sajye’. , ‘Ammajaan Ammajaan’, ‘Pade Na Ekke Palak’ etc. are notable songs.

He won the National Film Award for Best Music Director for ‘Premer Taj Mahal’ in 2001 and ‘Hajar Saar Dare’ in 2005. He was awarded the Ekushey Padak in 2010 in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the country’s music.

Incidentally, Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul was born in Dhaka. He was born on January 1, 1956.


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