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Sayera Reza lends her voice for movie’s title song

14 October 2021
Sayera Reza lends her voice for movie’s title song

Entertainment Report :
The USA based popular Bangladeshi singer Sayera Reza has lent her voice to the title track of noted film director Mostafizur Rahman Manik’s upcoming movie titled Jao Pakhi Bolo Tare. Popular singer Belal Khan also lent his voice for the play-back with Sayera in this romantic duet.
The play-back song has composed and arranged by JK Majlish.
Sayera and JK Majlish have
collaborated before and presented several hit songs.
Sayera’s first album, Sukher Omil, was released in 2008. Her first
play-back song was Ore Sona in the movie Common Gender in 2011. After that, she did playback
in many movies.

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