Andrew Kishore

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Andrew Kishore
Origin Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Genres Folk, film
Occupation(s) Playback Singer
Years active 1980–present

Andrew Kishore is a Bangladeshi popular singer. He has been active in the Bangladeshi music industry since the 1980s.

Kishore started taking music lessons under Abdul Aziz Bachchu, the then chief music director of Rajshahi Betar.[citation needed] After the Liberation War, Kishore was enlisted[clarification needed] in the radio in Nazrul, Tagore, modern, folk and patriotic songs categories. One of his first plackback songs is "Ek chor jay choley" from the 1977 film Protikkha, composed by Alam Khan.[citation needed] He recorded other playback songs such as Jiboner Golpo Achhe Baki Olpo , "Dak Diyachhen Doyal Amare" and "Bhalobese Gelam Shudhu".

Kishore also works in his Probaho Media, a production house, which produces TV plays, commercials and other productions.[1]

Kishore has two children.[2][unreliable source?]

Filmography[edit]

  • Protigga(1979)
  • Ronger Manush(1982)
  • Ustad Sagred(1984)
  • Kanchonmala(1985)
  • Shotru - Hindi(1986)
  • Tin Konna(1986)
  • Dui Poysar Alta(1986)
  • Nondini(1987)
  • Neetiban(1987)
  • Jibon Porikkha(1988)
  • Jhinuk Mala(1988)
  • Beder Meye Josna(1989)
  • Mehman(1989)
  • Surrender
  • Baba Keno Chakor(1990)
  • Chondrokotha(1990)
  • Fire Fire Asi(1991)
  • Bheja Chokh(1991)
  • Premer Nam Bedona(1992)
  • Rohim Rupban(1992)
  • Beder Meye Josna(1992)
  • Keyamot Theke Keyamot(1993)
  • Tomake Chai(1994)
  • Sajan(1994)
  • Bikkhobh(1994)
  • Chawa Theke Pawa(1994)
  • Sojon(1994)
  • Banglar Nayok(1995)
  • Moha Milon(1995)
  • Sontrash(1994)
  • Sotter Mrittu Nei(1995)
  • Anondo Oshru(1995)
  • Sopner Prithibi(1995)
  • Sopner Thikana(1995)
  • Sujon Sokhi(1996)
  • Praner Cheye Priyo(1997)
  • Biyer Phul(1997)
  • Tumi Amar(1997)
  • Tumi Shudhu Tumi(1997)
  • Bhalobasi Tomake(1998)
  • Prithibi Tomar Amar(1998)
  • Meyerao Manush(1998)
  • Modhur Milon(1999)
  • Bhondo(1999)
  • Madam Fuli(1999)
  • Tomar Jonno Pagol(1999)
  • Aj Gaye Holud(2000)
  • Asha Amar Asha(2000)
  • Shesh Thikana(2000)
  • Narir Mon(2000)
  • E Badhon Jabena Chhire(2000)
  • Nissase Tumi Bissase Tumi(2000)
  • Buk Chera Bhalobasa(2000)
  • Sami Chhintai(2000)
  • O Priya Tumi Kothay(2001)
  • Meghla Akash(2001)
  • Milon Hobe Koto Dine(2001)
  • Hridoyer Badhon(2001)
  • Itihas(2001)
  • Premer Tajmahal(2002)
  • Matir Phul(2003)
  • Phul Nebo Na Oshru Nebo(2003)
  • Sopner Basor(2004)
  • Sopner Bhalobasa(2004)
  • Moyna Sundori(2004)
  • Khairun Sundori(2004)
  • Wrong Number(2004)
  • Megher Opare Megh(2004)
  • Bolona Bhalobasi(2004)
  • Prem Songeet(2005)
  • Taka(2005)
  • Noyon Bhora Jol(2005)
  • Bini Sutar Mala(2005)
  • Dhakaiya Pola Borishaler Maiya(2005)
  • Hajar Bochhor Dhore(2005)
  • Molla Barir Bou(2005)
  • Meher Nigar(2005)
  • Dui Noyoner Alo(2005)
  • Hridoyer Kotha(2006)
  • Koti Takar Kabin(2006)
  • Mayer Morjada(2006)
  • Kheyaghater Majhi(2006)
  • Mayer Hate Behester Chabi(2006)
  • Amar Praner Sami(2007)
  • Ek Takar Bou(2007)
  • Chhoto Ekta Bhalobasa(2007)
  • Sami Strir Wada(2008)
  • Amar Praner Priya(2008)
  • Tomake Bou Banabo(2008)
  • Chachchu(2008)
  • Dadima(2008)
  • Meye Sakkhi(2008)
  • Bolbo Kotha Basor Ghore(2009)
  • Shubho Bibaho(2009)
  • Mon Bosena Porar Tebile(2009)
  • Chader Moto Bou(2010)
  • Bodhu Tumi Kar(2010)
  • Ora Amay Bhalo Hote Dilona(2010)
  • Bhalobaslei Ghor Badha Jay Na(2011)
  • Pran Sojoni
  • Ekbar Bolo Bhalobasi(2011)
  • Mayer Hate Behester Chabi(2011)
  • Priya Amar Jan(2011)
  • Piritir Agun Jole Digun(2011)
  • Moner Ghore Bosot Kore(2012)
  • Ek Takar Kabin(2012)
  • Nishpap Munna(2013)
  • Number One Shakib Khan(2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Novera Deepita (2005-09-09). "Andrew Kishore - The regaling voice". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 
  2. ^ "ছোটবেলার বড়দিনের কথা এখনো মনে হয়". Prothom Alo. 2012-12-25.