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Kangalini Sufia to render original song in Ovi’s lyrics

09 December 2022
Kangalini Sufia to render original song in Ovi’s lyrics

Entertainment Report :
'Poraner Bandhob Re Buri Hoilam Tore Karone' famed popular folk singer Kangalini Sufia is lending her voice to
a new original song after a long time.
Ovi Moinuddin has written and
composed a new folk song for her.
The music direction of the song will
be done by musician Yousuf Ahmed.
Recently, Ovi Moinuddin met Kangalini Sufia and her daughter Pushpo at Bangla Academy and
rendered some lines of the song
written by him for Kangalini Sufia. The folk singer liked the lyrics and
gave her consent to sing the song.
While talking in this regard, Kangalini Sufia told media, “I met and talked with Ovi last Monday. Ovi has taken the initiative to make new original songs for me. We talk about music while having lunch at Shahbag. Ovi wrote the lyrics and composed the music while sitting there. I liked the lyrics. Yousuf Ahmed directed a music video for a song of mine a few days ago. I like him. Hopefully, I am going to get another new good original song with lyrics
by Ovi and Yousuf.”
Lyricist Ovi Moinuddin said, “I am not regular either written or composed song. But while talking to respected Kangalini Sufiya Apa, the lyrics and tunes of the songs generated automatically in my mind. After singing the song to her, she also expressed interest in singing. The recording of the song will be completed within this month InshaAllah.”
Basically Sufia was born in 1948 in then greater Faridpur. At the age of 15, she started rendering songs at village functions. Around 1974, she converted to Islam and took on the name Sufia Khatun. Noted artist and puppeteer Mustafa Monwar called her ‘Kangalini Sufia.’ She has some of the most popular folk songs to her credit including 'Poraner Bandhob Re Buri Hoilam Tor Karone', 'Konba Pothey Nitaigonje Jai'
and 'Amra Nari Koto Kosto Kori.'
She was also a playback singer for the movies 'Darodi Shotru,' 'Agun' and 'Raj Singhashon.' It is noted that Kangalini Sufia has received around 30 national awards including the Shilpakala Padak in 2017. She also has 10 international awards to her credit.

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