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Sujit presents Nazrul songs

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Sujit Mustafa renders a song at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre on Friday. — New Age photoSujit Mustafa renders a song at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre on Friday. — New Age photo

Noted Nazrul singer Sujit Mustafa presented evergreen Nazrul songs at a solo musical programme at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre in Gulshan on Friday evening.
The seasoned singer also entertained the audience presenting songs of yesteryears.
The show began with the presentation of a popular Nazrul Sangeet titled Sure O banir mala diye.
With his melodious voice, Mustafa rendered one after another popular romantic Nazrul songs such as Mor priya hob-e eso rani. 
Sujit Mustafa, who performed in a number of shows commemorating the death of the legendary singer Manna Dey, moved the audience presenting Manna Dey’s popular songs such as Sundori go dohai dohai, Lolita gow and Dip chhilo shikha chhilo.
He was equally entertaining while presenting Manabendra Mukhopadhyay’s timeless song Ami eto je tomai bhalobesechhi.
The audience also enjoyed his presentation of the songs of yesteryears such as Je ankhi te eto hasi, Bon-e noy mon-e mor pakhi aj and Jaroar jhumko theke.
Sujit Mustafa wrapped up the show presenting another Nazrul song titled Bodhu tomar amar ei je biroho.




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