Partha Barua

Partha Barua (born 3 May) is a Bangladeshi musician and actor. He is a member of the rock band Souls.

Partha Barua
পার্থ বড়ুয়া
Barua performing in 2015
Barua performing in 2015
Background information
Born3 May
Chittagong, Bangladesh
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, actor
Instrument(s)Guitar, vocals
Years active1989–present
LabelsCD Choice, G-Series, Soundtek, Sargam
Spouse(s)Ronjana Barua

Early lifeEdit

Barua was born and raised in Chittagong. His mother was a teacher of Bagmoniram S.K City Corporation School. Partha was introduced to music at a very early age. He had a music teacher at home and also used to perform regularly at school programmes. He completed his SSC from Nasirabad Government High School and graduation from University of Chittagong.[1]

Personal lifeEdit

Partho was married to Bangladeshi actress Ipshita Shabnam Srabanti. The couple divorced in 2009.[2]

Musical careerEdit

 
Barua performing in 2014

While studying in Chittagong University, Barua sang for Sangskritik Chattro Sangha. Later, he became a member of a local band Message and began to learn playing guitar and keyboard. Partha started his singing career releasing his first music album with Souls in 1989.[1]

SoloEdit

Title Notes
Somoy Are Katena – Best of Partha Barua
 
Barua performing in 2012

SingleEdit

Title Co-Artist Notes
Bondhu Toke Miss Korchi Bhishon Prince Mahmud

DuetEdit

Title Co-Artist Notes
Kusum Kusum Prem James
Bhabini Nishita Barua [3]
Mithila Partha Barua [4]

MixedEdit

Year Title Notes
1998 Trirotner Khepa
2009 Kingbodonti Souls & Dalchhut

BandEdit

Year Title Notes
1993 E Emon Porichoy
1995 Aaj Din Katok Gane
1997 Osomoyer Gaan
2000 Mukhorito Jibon
2001 Tarar Uthane
2003 To – Let
2004 Jhut Jhamela
2012 Jam

Notable songsEdit

Title Notes
Aaj tumake proyojon
Eito Sedin
Ei buke amar
Abhimani
Ami aar bhabbona
Aager janam
Ayojon
"Bangladesh"
"'Bondho hoye geche"
Bristy jhorano
Bhaste chai
Chai naa tumar prem
Dekha hobe bondhu
Dokhina hawa The song was written by renowned lyricist Shahid Mahmud Jangi
Dhukho ki are
Du chokhe bonna
"Bashi"
Ebabe jodi
Ebabe jacce to din
Fele asha
Fire asho bondu
Ghashful
Hridoyer canvas
Hridoyhina
Hazar borsha raat
Icche gulo
Janina
Jodi himaloy
Jhol kumari
Khelar putul
Koto kathkhor
Miss korchi
Mone rakhbar moto
Moner akash
Nirobe kado
Nishongota
Oviman naa korini
Onekta somoy
Osanto hridoy
Palai
Paye Paye
Pothik
Pothik 2
Rim jhim jhim
Sara Din
Sei kobe the song was written by renowned lyricist Shahid Mahmud Jangi
Shopno sobai dekhe
Shoron koro
Somoy aar kate na
Shusmita
Tumar jonno aronno
Tumay Ami
Uronchandi
Valobasha more jaay

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Notes
2010 FnF
2012 Made in Chittagong
2013 Made in Chittagong (Griho Juddho)
Shesh dui din
Sraboner Brishti
A Journey by Love
Lov U Krishtina
Cinema
P,O Box
Shahortolir Alo
Shada Alo, Shada Kalo
Tomai Vebe Lekha
50 50
Illusion
Khutinati Khunshuti

FilmEdit

Year Title Director Notes
2016 Aynabaji Amitabh Reza Chowdhury
2021 Shohore Tukro Roud Noor Imran Mithu Bongo BOB Telefilm; Based on the novel of two small stories Uber and Tukro Rouder Moto Kham by Shahaduz Zaman
Alibaba Chalichar Noor Imran Mithu Bongo BOB Telefilm; Based on the novel of Alibaba Chalichar from the book Shomoyer Golpo, 2013 by Shibabrata Barman
Mr.K Wahid Tarek Bongo BOB Telefilm; Based on the novel of Nova Scotia by Mahbub Morshed

Web seriesEdit

Year Title OTT Co-Artist Director Notes
2020 Taqdeer Hoichoi Chanchal Chowdhury, Sanjida Preeti, Manoj Kumar Pramanik, Shohel Mondol Syed Ahmed Shawki
2021 Ladies & Gentleman ZEE5 Afzal Hossain, Hasan Masood, Tasnia Farin, Mostofa Monowar, Iresh Zaker, Mukit Zakaria, Saberi Alam, Mamunur Rashid Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Aura Bioscope FS Nayeem, Shatabdi Wadud, Tasnuva Tisha Tanim Parvez

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Partha Barua- the soul of Souls". Archived from the original on 7 March 2013. Retrieved 1 September 2013.
  2. ^ "Srabanti's broken marriage". The Daily Star. 14 July 2018.
  3. ^ অনেক দিন পর পার্থ বড়ুয়া, সঙ্গে নিশিতা. Prothom Alo (in Bengali).
  4. ^ Partha, Barua. "Mithila reunites with Partha Barua after 8 years". Dhaka Tribune.