Rizia Parveen

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Rizia Parveen
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Background information
BornAugust 20
OriginKishorganj, Bangladesh)
Occupation(s)singer
Instrumentsinstrumental, vocal
Years activeresent

Rizia Parveen (born August 20) is a Bangladeshi singer. She specializes in melody, play back song and has done over 600 playback songs.[1][2] Her popular playback songs includes "Tumi Amar Chad Ami Chaderi Alo", "Premer Naame Mitthey Bolona", "Sotti Kotha Gopon Korona", "Sobar Jibone Prem Ase, Tai Sobai Bhalobase" and "Oh Hero Oh Hero I Love You".

Early life[edit]

Parveen was born in Kishorganj but grew up in Rajshahi District in Bangladesh. Her father Abdul Hasid was a business man. She has four brothers and two sisters.[3] As a child, she used to play the harmonium. Parveen graduated from Rajshahi University.

Career[edit]

She has released 24 solo musical albums.[1] Her first solo album named Prem was released in 1993.[1] Parvin first gave her voice for play back song in Azharul Islam Khan's movie Talak (film) Talak.[4]

Discography[edit]

  • Tara vora rat (solo)
  • Chokher e Mayayai (solo)
  • sukhi hote chai (Duet)
  • Mukhe Mukhe rote jabe (Duet)
  • Bristy (Duet)
  • Chupi chupi bolo (duet)
  • E Deher Pran
  • 12 kanna
  • Chotto ekta valobasha (duet)
  • Ektai sopno (Album)
  • Ei buke tomake pete chai (Album)
  • Prodip jole (duet)
  • Prem kokhono kadai (Album)
  • Hason raza o lalon shah er gan (Album)
  • Exclusive songita top chart (Album)
  • Pasa (Album)

Awards[edit]

  • Asian Journalism of human rights cultural foundation celebrates 17th anniversary, NISCHA Chairman awarded[5]
  • National child artiste award in 1980[6]
  • Best Singer, Dhallywood Film and Music Award (2008)
  • Popular Singer of the year , Bangladesh cultural Reporters association(2006)
  • Fulkoli Award for Song (2001)
  • CJFB, Best playback singer female (2005)
  • BCRA, Best playback singer of the year (2008)
  • Virginia people Entertainment Award (2003)
  • Popular singer, Daily Nobochatona (2016)
  • Sawdeshi sanskriti shilpi gosti Award (2009)
  • Dhaka Film and Media institute compliments (2012)
  • Bangladesh Cultural Reporters Award(2002)
  • Forbana Newyork Award (2000)
  • TDF Playback Female Singer, Television Dorshok Forum (2008)
  • Shako Telefilm Award (2002)
  • Best Band Singer, TRAB (2002)
  • Best Singer, Mizaf Creative Award (2012)
  • Best Playback singer, BCF (2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Rizia Parveen with a new surprise". The Daily Star. October 26, 2016. Retrieved July 22, 2017.
  2. ^ "Rizia Parveen to release the 24th solo album soon". The Independent. Dhaka. October 23, 2016.
  3. ^ ২৪তম একক অ্যালবাম নিয়ে আসছেন রিজিয়া পারভীন. Daily Inqilab (in Bengali). Retrieved July 22, 2017.
  4. ^ ভালোবাসা দিবসে রিজিয়া পারভীন - বাংলাদেশ প্রতিদিন. Bangladesh Pratidin (in Bengali). Retrieved July 22, 2017.
  5. ^ news, nirapad. "NISCHA Chairman awarded". Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  6. ^ "National child artiste award". The Daily Star. Retrieved February 19, 2012.