Mehreen Mahmud

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Mehreen
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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.

Career[edit]

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.

Discography[edit]

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"

Other[edit]

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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Concerts[edit]

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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