Shafiq Tuhin

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Shafiq Tuhin
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Native name শফিক তুহিন
Born A K M Shafiqur Rahman
September 27
Chuadanga District, Bangladesh
Occupation lyricist, music director
Nationality Bangladeshi
Notable awards National Film Award

Shafiq Tuhin (born A K M Shafiqur Rahman; September 27) is a Bangladeshi lyricist. He earned the Bangladesh National Film Award for the Best Lyricist in 2011 and earned Citycell-Channel I Music Award in 2006, 2011 and 2013.[1]

Private life[edit]

Tuhin was born on September 27 in Chuadanga District to his parents M A Sabur and Halima Khatun. Tuhin passed SSC exam from Keru High School and HSC from Dhaka College. Later he completed his master's from the University of Dhaka [2]

Career[edit]

Tuhin works as a lyricist, music director and singer.

Notable songs[edit]

  • Ar Beshi Valobasa Jai na
  • Surjo Mucki Hase
  • Jole Jole Jonaki
  • Tomar Cokher Angenay
  • Paglami
  • Susmita
  • Onnorokom Valobasa

Album[edit]

  • Sopno abong Tumi [3]
  • Ar Beshi Valobasa Jai na (Video)
  • Shafiq Tuhin Dot Com
  • Paglami [4]
  • Pobitra Prem

Published book[edit]

  • Ar Beshi Valobasa Jai na, 2011

Awards & felicitation[edit]

  • Bangladesh National Film Award 2011
  • Bangladesh Cholochittro Sangbadik Samity (BCSS) 2002
  • Channel I-Citycell Music Award 2006, 2011, 2013
  • Bangladesh Television Reporters Unite Award
  • Bangladesh Cultural Reporters Association Award, 2003
  • CJFB Award, 2004
  • Binodon Bichitra Performance Award, 2011
  • Television Reporters Association Award, 2007

References[edit]