Mehreen Mahmud

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Background information
Birth name Mehreen Mahmud
Born October 30
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Origin Bangladesh
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments vocals
Years active 1993–present

Mehreen Mahmud (Bengali: মেহরীন মাহমুদ) mostly known by her stage name Mehreen, is a Bangladeshi singer.


Mehreen was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She sings Bangla fusion.[citation needed]

Mehreen began her career in 1994, and her debut album Anari was released in 2000. She is judge for the Bangladeshi Idol season 1, currently running.

In 2008 she was a judge on band hunt reality show "The Band Wagon".

She released a song about cricket Bangladesh National Cricket Team during ICC cricket titled Cup Kintu Ektai.

She is an MA (hons.) in English Literature from the University of Dhaka.


As of 2008, she has released six solo albums:

  • Anari (2000)
  • Dekha Hobe (2002)
  • Mone Pore Tomae (2004)
  • Bhalobashar Gaan A Romantic Compilation (2005)
  • Don’t Forget Me (2006)
  • Tumi Acho Boley (2008) [1]

She Also Singing "Jodi Gonotontro Chao"


She worked as an MC for the Bangladesh Shilpokola Academy, the National Academy of Fine and Performing Arts in 1992–2004, and as a news caster on BTV and national radio, Bangladesh Betar from 1992-2000.

Tumi Acho Boley by Mehreen

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Mehreen performed on 6th Citycell Channel I Music Award at Lalbagh Fort on December 3, 2010 along with many other Bangladeshi artists.[2]


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