The two work through the same. He was born on the same day. One has not won the hearts of millions of fans with his performance in the country of return, while the other still fascinates the music lovers of this country with the magic of his melody. Especially those who like Rabindra Sangeet. Comedian Dildar and musician Rezwana Chowdhury are talking about the flood. Today is their birthday. Happy birthday to both of you.
Dildar is the name of the most humorous person in Bengali films. He was a legend as a comedian. Dildar entered the film world in 1982. His first released film is ‘Ken Emon Hai’. Gradually, Dildar took the seat of unrivaled comedian. His popularity was so high that a film called ‘Abdullah’ was made with him as the protagonist.
There were many films whose screenplays were written differently just for Dildar. Notable films he has acted in include ‘Josna, the daughter of the Vedas’, ‘Protest’, ‘Antare Antare’, ‘Kanyadan’, ‘Chawa To Pava’, ‘Sundar Ali Jeevan Sansar’, ‘Swapner Nayak’, ‘Ananda Ashru’, ‘Shant Ken Mastan’. ” Gariyal Bhai ‘,’ Prince of Achin Desh ‘,’ Prem Jamuna ‘,’ Banshiwala ‘etc. are some of them.
In 2003, Dildar won the National Film Award for Best Comedian for ‘Tumi Shudhu Amar’. This impossibly popular man died on July 13 of the same year. He was later buried at the family cemetery in Sanarpar area of Demra in Dhaka. Dildar was born in Shahtali village of Sadar upazila of Chandpur.
Rezwana Chowdhury flooded
Rezwana Chowdhury Bonya is a renowned Rabindra Sangeet artist who emerged in the late twentieth century. He is widely admired in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India, as a versatile genius in his genre of music. He is also known as ‘Bonya’ to his fans. In recognition of his contribution to the field of literature and culture, he has won the ‘Swadhinata Puraskar’, the national and highest civilian award of Bangladesh.
Rezwana Chowdhury Bonya was born in Rangpur, Bangladesh. His father Mazhar Uddin Khan and mother Ismat Ara Khan. He was initially admitted to Chayanat in Bangladesh and later to Visva-Bharati University in India. Back in the country, he studied economics and was admitted to the Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts. But when the war of liberation started in Bangladesh in 1971, he was forced to shorten his studies.
Apart from Rabindra Sangeet, Bonya has also learned classical, tappa and kirtan songs. His album of songs has been released from West Bengal and Bangladesh. In 1992, he started a music education institute called Surer Dhara. Received the Anand Sangeet Award in 2002. In her career, she is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Drama and Music, Dhaka University and Chairperson, Department of Dance. There are also links to the flood with writing. He has several books on Rabindranath and Rabindra Sangeet.
Dhaka Times / 13 January / AH
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