Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer

Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer (Bengali: জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার) is the highest award for male film playback singers in Bangladesh.

National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer
Awarded forExcellence in cinematic achievements for Bangladeshi cinema
Sponsored byGovernment of Bangladesh
LocationDhaka
CountryBangladesh
Presented byMinistry of Information
First awarded1975 (1st)
Last awarded2018 (43rd)
Currently held byNaimul Islam Ratul (2018)
Highlights
Most awardsAndrew Kishore
(8 awards)
Total awarded39
First winnerAbdul Alim (1975)
Websitemoi.gov.bd

List of winnersEdit

List of award recipients, showing the year, song and film(s)
Year Recipient(s) Song(s) Film(s) Ref.
1975
(1st)
Abdul Alim "Sob Sokhire Par Korite" Sujon Sokhi [1][2]
1976
(2nd)
Mahmudun Nabi The Rain [3][4]
1977
(3rd)
Not Given [5]
1978
(4th)
Syed Abdul Hadi "Achen Amar Muktar" Golapi Ekhon Traine   [5][6]
1979
(5th)
Syed Abdul Hadi Sundori [7]
1980
(6th)
Syed Abdul Hadi Koshai [8]
1981 No Awards [8]
1982
(7th)
Andrew Kishore "Hayre Manush Rangin Phanush" Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo [8]
1983
(8th)
Not Given [9]
1984
(9th)
Subir Nandi "Amar E Duti Chokh" Mohanayok [10]
1985
(10th)
Not Given [10]
1986
(11th)
Subir Nandi Shuvoda   [11][12]
1987
(12th)
Andrew Kishore "Sobai To Valobasa Chai" Surrender [11]
1988
(13th)
Not Given [13]
1989
(14th)
Andrew Kishore Khotipuron [13]
1990
(15th)
Syed Abdul Hadi "A Jibone Tumi Ogo Ele" Goriber Bou   [14]
1991
(16th)
Andrew Kishore Padma Meghna Jamuna   [14]
1992
(17th)
Syed Abdul Hadi Khoma [15]
1993
(18th)
Azad Rahman Chapabaz [16]
1994
(19th)
Khalid Hassan Milu "Hridoy Theke Hridoy" Hridoy Theke Hridoy [16]
1995
(20th)
Saidur Rahman Boyati "Manush Banaiya Khelcho Jare Loiya" Nodir Naam Modhumoti [17]
1996
(21st)
Andrew Kishore Kabul [18]
1997
(22nd)
Kiran Chandra Roy Dukhai   [18]
1998
(23nd)
Not Given [19]
1999
(24th)
Subir Nandi "Ekta Chhilo Sonar Konya" Srabon Megher Din [19]
2000
(25th)
Andrew Kishore Aaj Gaye Holud [20]
2001
(26th)
Monir Khan "Amar Premer Taj Mahal" Premer Taj Mahal [20]
2002
(27th)
Monir Khan Laal Dariya [21]
2003
(28th)
Bashir Ahmed Kokhono Megh Kokhono Brishti [19][22]
2004
(29th)
Subir Nandi Megher Pore Megh [23][24][12]
2005
(30th)
Monir Khan Dui Noyoner Alo [23][24]
2006
(31st)
Asif Akbar "Sopno Tumi Sotti Tumi" Rani Kuthir Baki Itihash [25][24]
2007
(32nd)
Andrew Kishore Saajghor [25][24]
2008
(33rd)
Andrew Kishore Ki Jadu Korila [26]
2009
(34th)
Kumar Biswajit "Ekta Chad Chara" Swami Streer Wada [26]
2010
(35th)
S I Tutul Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na [27][28]
2011
(36th)
Kumar Biswajit Ma Amar Chokher Moni [29][30]
2012
(37th)
Palash Khodar Pore Ma [31][32]
2013
(38th)
Chandan Sinha "Ami Nissho Hoye Jabo" Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini [33][34]
2014
(39th)
James Desha: The Leader [35][36]
2015
(40th)
 
Subir Nandi "Tomarey Chharitey Bondhu" Mohua Sundori [1][37]
2015
(40th)
 
S I Tutul "Uthal Pathal Joar" Bapjaner Bioscope  
2016
(41st)
Wakil Ahmed "Amrito Megher Bari" Darpan Bisorjon [38][39]
2017
(42nd)
James "Tor Premete Ondho Holam" Swatta [40][41]
2018
(43rd)
Naimul Islam Ratul Putro   [40][41]

Multiple winsEdit

The following individuals have won multiple Best Director awards:

Wins Singer(s)
8
Andrew Kishore
5 Syed Abdul Hadi
Subir Nandi
3
Monir Khan
2 Kumar Biswajit
S I Tutul
James

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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