Headline
** Both muscle politics and political activist teachers are jointly to be blamed for universities' shameful low ranking ** Buyers flock to Karwan Bazar market in the capital to buy hilsa as the government has imposed a 22-day ban on catching, selling, hoarding and transporting of hilsa from Friday across the country to protect safe spawning of the fish during its peak breeding period. NN photo ** Bangladesh's economy is in quite strong position: PM ** Dengue spreading fast ** Palm oil price down by Tk 8 per litre, sugar price up Tk 6 per kg ** Tangail road crash leaves six dead ** National grid failure Probe on to determine sabotage ** 35 people killed in Thailand mass shooting ** HC cannot pass order in a policy decision matter of the govt : SC rules ** Cricketer Al-Amin claims, he divorces his wife ** The committee must see if efficient people are placed in the power sector to avoid an outage ** Vehicles struggle to ply on Dhaka-Narayanganj Link Road on Wednesday, as rains caused waterlogging in the area. NN photo ** Army personnel working to restore road communication at Sajek union under Baghaichhari Upazila in Rangamati district on Wednesday as heavy rains triggered landslide in the area, disrupting vehicular movement on Sajek-Khagrachhari road. NN photo ** Initiative taken to amend the hundred-year old Railways Act ** Probe body starts work to find out reasons for national grid failure ** Bigo Apps loots Tk 108cr spreading obscenity in Bangladesh ** US announces $625m military aid for Ukraine ** Brunei Sultan likely to visit Dhaka on Oct 13-15 ** Teen stabbed to death at Gopalganj Durga Puja fair ** Country reports 549 new Covid cases, 2 deaths ** 25 dead as bus falls into gorge in India ** Nearly 4000 tourists trapped as heavy rain triggers landslide at Sajek ** Dollar rebounds as global market rally fades ** Govt made money in the name of generating electricity: BNP ** Child labour crushing dreams of Bangladesh children **

Alam Ara Minu to perform in stage show tomorrow

22 September 2022
Alam Ara Minu to perform in stage show tomorrow


Entertainment Report :
Noted singer Alam Ara Minu always feels comfortable to render songs at the stage shows. Once she passed busy times to perform in stage shows round the year in and outside the country. Now number of her stage performance is reduced but she has a lot of love for rendering songs on the stage. So, she when she gets offer to perform on the stage, she never disagrees. As a part of its continuation, Alam Ara Minu will perform at Dr Nilima Ibrahim Auditorium of Bangladesh Mohila Samity in the capital’s Bailey Road area on September 23. She will perform on the stage on that day’s event titled ‘Sundor Swarnali Sondhai,’ which is to be organised by Tarana Sangskritik Bikash Kendra, at 5:30pm. She will render her favourite songs and what the audience will request her in the show, said the singer yesterday.  
While talking in this regard, Alam Ara Minu told this correspondent, “I am a singer, so I always want to remain close with them who like music. Remaining close to the audience, there is no other option except stage show. In stage show, a singer can easily relate what the audience wants to listen from the singer. The singer can know the audience’s choices regarding stage performance. I will perform at the event ‘Sundor Swarnali Sondhai’ on September 23. I have taken own preparation to perform in the show. I hope audience will enjoy my performance.”  It is noted that Alam Ara Minu recently render a song titled ‘Bongokonya’ to dedicate the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Add Rate