Abdul Jabbar (singer)

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Abdul Jabbar
Birth name Mohammed Abdul Jabbar
Born 1938 (age 78–79)[1]
Kushtia, British India (now Bangladesh)
Genres Playback singing
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1971–present

Mohammed Abdul Jabbar (born 1938) is a Bangladeshi singer, who reached the pinnacle of fame when he sang 'Salam Salam Hazar Salam' and 'O re Neel Dariya'.

Early life and career[edit]

Jabbar was born in Kushtia. He passed SSC in 1956.[1] He first took music lesson from Ustad Osman Gani and Ustad Lutful Haque. He became an enlisted singer at radio in 1958 and at TV in 1964.

He sang patriotic songs during the independence war of 1971 and also for playback. Some of his playback songs are, Ore Neel Daria, Du Jahaner Malik Tumi, Mukh Dekhe Bhul Korona, and others. His patriotic songs were broadcast[citation needed] through Kalurghat radio station (known as Shadhin Bangla Betar Kendro) in 1971, a radio station which inspired Bangladeshi Mukti Bahini (freedom-fighters) to fight hard against Pakistan Army.

Awards[edit]

List of selceted songs[edit]

Song Film Music director Lyricist Year Co-singers Notes/Sang for
A Bhubone Ke Apon Por Apon Por Khan Ata Khan Ata 1970
A Maalik E Jahan Ami Boro Datha Hatim Tai 1977
Amar Se Prem Amake Firiye Binimoy
Amar Ei Chokh Duto Ayna
Ami Bashanto Hoye Eshe
Ami Ek Neer Hara Jhorer Jhorer Pakhi Khan Ata Khan Ata Razzak
Ami Nirobe Jolite Chaai
Ami Prodiper Motho Raat
Amito Bondhu Matal Noi Beiman Anwar Parvez Gazi mazharul Anwar 1974 Razzak
Bhalobasha Jadi Jontrona
Biday Daugo Bondhu tumra Maa 1977
Du Jahaner Malik Tumi Joy Porajoy Satya Shaha Gazi Mazharul Anwar
Dukkho Korona Bondhu Alor Michil Satya Shaha Mustafizur Rahman 1974
Duti Mon Jokhon Kachhe
Ei Adhaar Kokhono jabena Jiban Trishna Nilufar Yasmin
Ek Buk Jala Niye Bodhu Mastaan
Emonto Kotha Chhilona
Fuler Arale Chhilo Bish
Jani Kobitar Cheye Tumi Megher Pore Megh
Jibono Adhare Peyechhi Sabina Yasmin
Ke Jeno Amay Dake Priyo Odhikar Ali Hussain
Khela Ghar Baare Baare
Ki Gaan Shunabo Ogo
Ki Sukh Pao Tumi Amake Slogan
Mon Tui Dekhlinare Aguner Alo
Mukh Dekhe Bhul Korona Shadu Shoytan 1975
Neerab Prithibi Duware Je Agune Puri
Neerobota Shudhu Dheke
Nitur Prithibi Diyechho
O Moner Moyna Ayna Kachhe
Ogo Kajal Kalo Megh
Ogo Tonni Tonulata Bonni
Oi Chand Dur Theke Joto
Omon Kore Jeonako tumi Imaan Runa Laila
Onek Bochor Paar Hoye
Ore Neel Daria Amay De Sareng Bou Faruk
Ore Pakhi Monowa Pakhi Ghar Jamai
Path Chirodin Shathi Hoye
Pakhi Chhatpataiya More
Pich Dhala Ei Pathtare Pich Dhala Path
Prem Tui Dena Amay Ektu
Prithibi Tumar Kumal mati Deep Nebhe Nai Satya Shaha Moniruz Zaman 1970
Salam Salam Hazar Salam
Sathi Amar Holona tho Keu
Shatru Tumi Bhondhu tumi Anuraag Shubol Das 1979
Shimahin Shagore Vashiye
Shohor Bashi Shuno Tumra
Shopno Bhora Noyon Amar
Shuchorita Jeonako Kichu Deuer Por Deu Raja Hussain Khan G M Anwar Razzak
Shudhu Gaan Geye porichoy Obuz Mon Shamsul Haque Gazi Mazharul Anwar 1972 Razzak
Shurer Bhubone Ami Ajo
Tara Bhora Raate Tomar
Tumar Bhubone Eto Oshohay Manusher Mon 1972 Anwar Hossain
Tumader Jolsa Ghore Ami
Tumar Se Prem Tusharer
Tumi Achho Shobi Achhe
Tumi Ki Dekhecho Kobu Eto Tuku Asha Satya Shaha 1968
Tumi Saat Sagore Opar Koto Je Minoti Shahnaz Rahmatulla
মন রেখেছি অামি তার মনের ্এপার ্ওপার

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Abdul Jabbar: Inspiring the nation in '71 through songs". The Daily Star. 15 March 2013. Retrieved 15 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "List of Independence Awardees". Cabinet Division, The Government of Bangladesh. Retrieved 29 November 2012. 
  3. ^ Afsar Ahmed (28 June 2004). "32nd BACHSAS Awards: A glitzy night: Recognition of outstanding media talents". The Daily Star. Retrieved 6 October 2015.