Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Music Director

Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Music Direction (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার শ্রেষ্ঠ সঙ্গীত পরিচালক) is the highest award for music direction in Bangladeshi film.

National Film Award for Best Music Director
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 byEmon Saha (2018)
Highlights
Most awardsAlam Khan & Alauddin Ali
(5 wins)
Total awarded40
First winnerDebu Bhattacharya & Lokman Hossain Fakir (1975)
Websitemoi.gov.bd

HistoryEdit

Ferdausi Rahman[1] became the only female musician to claim a National Award for best music direction. Alauddin Ali three consecutive awards in the years : 1978, 1979 and 1980. Khandaker Nurul Alam won this award in 1984, 1986 and 1991. Satya Saha earned two consecutive awards in 1994 and 1996. Alam Khan earned three awards in the 1980s : 1982, 1985 and 1987. On the other hand, Alauddin Ali won his 4th and 5th (the last) National Award in 1988 and 1990 respectively. Azad Rahman earned this honour twice : 1977 and 1993. Alam Khan surpassed Alauddin Ali's record in 2009 by winning a record 6th National Film Award.

Records and factsEdit

List of winnersEdit

Key
Table key
  indicates a joint award for that year
  Indicates the winner of Best Film
List of award recipients, showing the year and film(s)
Year[a] Recipient(s) Work(s) Refs.
1975
(1st)
 
Debu Bhattacharya Charitraheen [3]
1975
(1st)
 
Lokman Hossain Fakir
1976
(2nd)
Ferdausi Rahman Megher Onek Rong [4][5]
1977
(3rd)
Azad Rahman Jadur Bashi [6]
1978
(4th)
Alauddin Ali Golapi Ekhon Traine [6][2]
1979
(5th)
Alauddin Ali Sundori [7][2]
1980
(6th)
Alauddin Ali Koshai [8][2]
1981 No Award [8]
1982
(7th)
Alam Khan Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo [8]
1983
(8th)
Not Given [9]
1984
(9th)
Khandaker Nurul Alam Chandranath [10]
1985
(10th)
Alam Khan Teen Kanya [10]
1986
(11th)
Khandaker Nurul Alam Shuvoda [11]
1987
(12th)
Alam Khan Surrender [11]
1988
(13th)
Alauddin Ali Jogajog [12]
1989
(14th)
Ali Hossain Byathar Daan [12]
1990
(15th)
Alauddin Ali Lakhe Ekta [13]
1991
(16th)
Khandaker Nurul Alam Padma Meghna Jamuna [13]
1992
(17th)
Alam Khan Dinkal [14]
1993
(18th)
Azad Rahman Chandabaz [15]
1994
(19th)
Satya Saha Aguner Poroshmoni [15]
1995
(20th)
Not Given [16]
1996
(21st)
Satya Saha Ajante [17]
1997
(22nd)
Khan Ataur Rahman Ekhono Anek Raat [17]
1998
(23nd)
Not Given [18]
1999
(24th)
Maksud Jamil Mintu Srabon Megher Din [18]
2000
(25th)
Not Given [19]
2001
(26th)
Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul Premer Taj Mahal [19]
2002
(27th)
Shujeo Shyam Hason Raja [20]
2003
(28th)
Not Given [18]
2004
(29th)
Shujeo Shyam Joyjatra [21][22]
2005
(30th)
Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul Hajar Bachhor Dhore [21][22]
2006
(31st)
Sheikh Sadi Khan Ghani [23][22]
2007
(32nd)
S.I. Tutul Daruchini Dip [23][22]
2008
(33rd)
Emon Saha Chandragrohon [24]
2009
(34th)
Alam Khan Ebadot [24]
2010
(35th)
Shujeo Shyam Abujh Bou [25][26]
2011
(36th)
Habib Wahid Projapoti [27][28]
2012
(37th)
Emon Saha Ghetuputra Komola [29][30]
2013
(38th)
 
A. K. Azad Mrittika Maya [31]
2013
(38th)
 
Shawkat Ali Emon Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini
2014
(39th)
Sayeem Rana Nekabborer Mohaproyan [32][1]
2015
(40th)
 
Swani Zubayeer Anil Bagchir Ekdin [3][33]
2016
(41st)
Emon Saha Meyeti Ekhon Kothay Jabe [34][35]
2017
(42nd)
Farid Ahmed Tumi Robe Nirobe [36][37]
2018
(43rd)
Emon Saha Jannat [36][37]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Denotes The year in which the film was censored by Bangladesh Film Censor Board.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "29 artistes get Nat'l Film Award 2014". The Daily Star. 25 February 2016. Retrieved 1 March 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d "Alauddin Ali to get lifetime achievement award". The New Nation. 13 January 2015. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
  3. ^ a b BFDC 2015, pp. 1.
  4. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 1.
  5. ^ ""Megher Onek Rong" to be screened today". The Independent. Dhaka: M Shamsur Rahman. 15 December 2015. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  6. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 2.
  7. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 3.
  8. ^ a b c BFDC 2012, pp. 4.
  9. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 5.
  10. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 6.
  11. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 7.
  12. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 8.
  13. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 9.
  14. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 10.
  15. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 11.
  16. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 12.
  17. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 13.
  18. ^ a b c BFDC 2012, pp. 14.
  19. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 15.
  20. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 16.
  21. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 17.
  22. ^ a b c d "National Film Awards for the last fours years announced". The Daily Star. Dhaka: Transcom Group. 1 September 2008. Archived from the original on 7 July 2018. Retrieved 27 October 2020.
  23. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 18.
  24. ^ a b BFDC 2012, pp. 19.
  25. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 20.
  26. ^ "National Film Award 2010 announced". The Daily Star. Dhaka: Transcom Group. BSS. 21 March 2012. Archived from the original on 15 May 2020. Retrieved 27 October 2020.
  27. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 21.
  28. ^ "Emon Saha wins double crown". Dhaka Mirror. 20 February 2014. Retrieved 11 October 2015.
  29. ^ BFDC 2012, pp. 23.
  30. ^ "And the winners are… : National Film Awards 2012 recipients share feelings". The Daily Star. Dhaka: Transcom Group. 8 March 2015. Archived from the original on 17 September 2020. Retrieved 27 October 2020.
  31. ^ BFDC 2013, pp. 1.
  32. ^ BFDC 2014, pp. 1.
  33. ^ Shah Alam Shazu (20 May 2017). "'Bapjaner Bioscope' sweeps Nat'l Film Awards '15". The Daily Star. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
  34. ^ BFDC 2016, pp. 1.
  35. ^ "National Film Award winners announced". The Daily Star. 6 April 2018. Retrieved 25 May 2018.
  36. ^ a b BFDC 2018, pp. 1.
  37. ^ a b "National Film Award-2017 and 2018". Ministry of Information. Retrieved 7 November 2019.

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