Entertainment Report : Kumar Bishwajit is still one of the popular singers in Bangladesh who has modernised his songs to keep in mind the time period. His popularity is being increased generation to generation. To keep in mind the choices of listeners of all ages, the singer tries to present new songs. He first introduced musical film in the country. This time he has introduced another milestone in the field of music. His music video was made using miniature technology for the first time in Bangladesh. This technology is being used in Hollywood and Bollywood frequently now. Shooting of the music video was done recently in four days at a time. Meghla Din is the title of the song. Taju Kamal wrote lyric of the song while Ahmmed Humayun composed its music. Chandan Roy Chowdhury has made music video of the song. While talking about music video of his song using miniature technology Kumar Bishwajit said, â€œDue to Corona pandemic, many of my works remained stalled. I did not take decision what to do that time. To take shooting of music video of this song it was necessary to arrange a coffee shop in a hilly area. For the demand of the music video, I used miniature technology. For the song outdoor space shooting was necessary to make the music video. Through miniature technology the making of music video was successfully done. It was really challenging for Chandan to apply this new technology while making the music video. I am very much optimistic about the work. If the viewers enjoy the song my effort will become successful to apply the new technology to make music video in the country. Both Taju Kamal and Ahmmed Humayun did nice job. I am really hopeful about the song Meghla Din, which will be released in December on a YouTube channel.â€ Meanwhile, under Manam Ahmedâ€™s re-arrangement songs Bosonto chhuyechhe amake, Tumi bhul kore eshechhile kina janina, Tumi pagol bolo, Ekhon onek raat will be released again in voice of Kumar Bishwajit. But Bishwajit yet not returned to stage show. He has cancelled four shows in Dhaka and Coxâ€™s Bazar due to second wave of Coronavirus, the singer also said.
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