Happy birthday Kumar Bishwajit
Published: 11:55 AM, 1 June 2020
Kumar Biswajit is still green in the hearts of the millions of people with songs like 'Tore Putuler Moto Kore Sajaye', 'Tumi Rose Bikele' or 'Jhekhane Seemanto Tomar', etc. Today is June 1, the birthday of this popular musician.
Kumar Bishwajit was born on this day in 1963. He spent his childhood in the Chattogram district. The great singer-artist who has created a place in the hearts of with hiss four decades’ long career, has won three National Film Awards so far.
From his early childhood, Kumar Bishwajit had a deep attraction towards the song. Growing up in a Hindu family, he had the opportunity to listen and learn Kirtan and Shyama Sangeet. The source of his world music was radio. In this way, Kumar Biswajit became interested in learning music. He rushed to a musician named Tejen Babu to learn the grammar of music. From then on the path of his music was begun.
Kumar Biswajit has conducted various experiments with classical, modern contemporary, folk music and life-oriented songs.
In this coronavirus situation in the country, there is no excitement, no joy at his birthday. However, Kumar Biswajit said that there was never any colorful event for his birthday. In this context, he said, "In the coronavirus situation all over the world, there is so much anxiety and uncertainty among people about the question of livelihood. “My birthday actually becomes more or less secondary.” Like people all over the world, the people of Bangladesh are going through a miserable time. People are now busy with their livelihood instead of celebrating. The biggest aspect of coronavirus outbreak is becoming antisocial. But the birthday is a social issue. The minimum sociality is also prohibited.