Rupankar

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Rupankar Bagchi
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Background information
Native name রূপঙ্কর বাগচী
Origin Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Genres Pop, classical
Occupation(s) Singer
Website www.rupankar.com

Rupankar Bagchi, known mononymously Rupankar is a Bengali singer from Kolkata, West Bengal, India.

He has sung many famous songs in recent Bengali films like Chalo Let's Go (2008), Baishe Srabon (2011), Aparajita Tumi (2012), Hemlock society (2012), Dutta Vs Dutta (2012), Jaatishwar (2014) and Chotushkone (2014).[1] He was awarded the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "E Tumi Kemon Tumi" from Jaatishwar.[2]

Early life[edit]

Rupankar was born in a Bengali Hindu Brahmin family and at an early age he learned classical vocal from his father Ritendra Nath Bagchi and Rabindra Sangeet from his mother Sumitra Bagchi. He was trained in classical music from Sukumar Mitra and in modern songs from Jatileswar Mukhopadhyay . His first stage performance was at the age of eleven.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Neel
  • Best of Rupankar
  • Best of Rupankar, Vol. 2
  • Bhokatta
  • Highway
  • Rupankar O Chand
  • Shopping Mall
  • Tomar Tane[3]
  • Anek Durey [4]
  • Rupkothar Tumi [5]

Famous songs[edit]

Awards[edit]

Nomination[edit]

  • 2009: National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Sandesa Sandesa" from Well Done Abba
  • 2010: National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Tolte Tolte Cholte Cholte" from Abohoman
  • 2010: Bangla Sangit Purashkar for Best Male Singer - "Tobe Prem Kake Chay" from album Mohonay
  • 2010: Bangla Sangit Purashkar for Best Album - for Mohonay
  • 2011: Bangla Sangit Purashkar for Best Male Playback Singer - "Gobheere Jao" from Baishe Srabon
  • 2011: Radio Mirchi Music Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Gobheere Jao" from Baishe Srabon
  • 2011: Friends FM Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Gobheere Jao" from Baishe Srabon
  • 2011: Zee Bangla Gourab Samman for Best Male Playback Singer - "Gobheere Jao" from Baishe Srabon

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