Partha Barua

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Partha Barua
Partha (Souls) at SUST.jpg
Partha performing in SUST (2012)
Background information
Born Chittagong, Bangladesh[1]
Occupation(s) musician, composer, actor
Instruments guitar, vocal
Years active 1989–present
Associated acts Souls, DJ Rahat

Partha Barua is a Bangladeshi musician.[2] He is a member of the band Souls.

Early life[edit]

Partha was born and raised up in Chittagong. His mother was a teacher of Bagmoniram S.K City Corporation School. Partho was introduced to music at a very early age. He had a music teacher at home and also used to perform in the school programmes regularly. He completed his SSC from Nasirabad Government High School and graduation from University of Chittagong.[3]

Career[edit]

While studying in Chittagong University Partho sang for Sangskritik Chattro Sangha. Later, he became a member of a local band Message and began to learn playing guitar and key board. Later he became a member of Souls band. Partha started his singing career releasing his first music album with Souls in 1989.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • E Amon Porichoy (1993) by bengal muzic
  • Aaj Din Katok Gane (1992)
  • Osomoyer Gaan (1997)
  • Mukhorito Jibon (2000)
  • Tarar Uthane (2001)
  • To – Let (2003)
  • Jhut Jhamela (2004)
  • Kingbodonti- Souls & Dhalchot (2009)
  • Somoy are Katena – Best of Partha Barua
  • Kusum Kusom Prem – with James
  • jam (2012)

Notable songs[edit]

  • Aaj tumake proyojon
  • Aeito Sedin
  • Aee boke amar
  • Abhimane
  • Ami are bhabbona
  • Ager janam
  • Ayojon
  • Bondho hoye gece
  • Bristy jhorano
  • Bhaste chai
  • Chai naa tumar prem
  • Dekha hobe bondo
  • Dokhina hawa
  • Dhokho ki are
  • Do chokhe bonna
  • Dakatia Bashi by DJ Rahat
  • Ebabe jodi
  • Ebabe jacce to din
  • Fele asha
  • Fire asho bondo
  • Gashful
  • Hridoyer canvas
  • Hridoyhina
  • Hazar borshar raat
  • Icce gulo
  • Janina
  • Jodi himaloy
  • Jhol kumari
  • Khelar putul
  • Koto katkhor
  • Miss korci
  • Mone rakhbar moto
  • Moner akash
  • Nirobe kado
  • Nishongota
  • Oviman naa korini
  • Onekta somoy
  • Osanto hridoy
  • Palai
  • Paye Paye by DJ Rahat
  • Pothik
  • Pothik 2
  • Rim jim jim
  • Say kobe
  • Sopno sobai dekhe
  • Shoron koro
  • Somoy are kate na
  • Susmita
  • Tumar jonno aronno
  • Tumay Ami
  • Uronchandi
  • Valobasha more jai

TV Drama/Teleflim[edit]

  • "Made in Chittagong(Griho Juddho)" (2013)
  • "Made in Chittagong" (2012)
  • FnF (2010)
  • Shesh dui din
  • A journey by love
  • Lov u Krishtina
  • Cinema
  • P,O Box
  • Shahortolir Alo
  • Shada Alo, Shada Kalo
  • Tomai Vebe Lekha
  • 50 50

References[edit]

[[Category:Bangladeshi Buddhists]]