Syed Abdul Hadi

Syed Abdul Hadi (born 1 July 1940)[1] is a Bangladeshi singer. He won the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer five times for his playback performance in the films Golapi Ekhon Traine (1979), Sundori (1979), Koshai (1980), Goriber Bou (1990) and Khoma (1992).[2] He is the recipient of Ekushey Padak in 2000.[3][4]

Syed Abdul Hadi
সৈয়দ আব্দুল হাদী
Hadi in 2016
Hadi in 2016
Background information
Born (1940-07-01) 1 July 1940 (age 80)
Brahmanbaria, Bengal Presidency, British India
Occupation(s)Playback singer
Instrumentsvocals

Early life and backgroundEdit

Hadi was born at Shahpur village in Kasba, Brahmanbaria in the-then British India.[5] He grew up in Agartala, at his grandfather's house, who was a lawyer of the Agartala court.[6] He graduated from Dhaka College and the University of Dhaka.[6]

CareerEdit

Hadi debuted as a singer for the film Ye Bhi Ek Kahani (1964).[6]

WorksEdit

Solo albums
  • Ekbar Jodi Keu
  • Prithibir Panthoshala
  • EkDin Chole Jabo
  • Kotha Bolbo Na
  • Megher Palki / Best of Syed Abdul Hadi
  • Jokhon Vanglo Milon Mela
  • Niyoti Aamar
  • Hazar Tarar Prodeep
  • Dag
Mixed albums
  • Neel Bedona with Sabina Yasmin
  • Balaka with Sabina Yasmin
  • Noyonmoni with Sabina Yasmin
  • Jonmo Theke Jwolchhi with Samina Chowdhury
  • Golden Hits of Syed Abdul Hadi & Sabina Yasmin with Sabina Yasmin
Notable songs
  • Aachhen Aamar Muktar
  • Aami Tomari Premo Vikhari
  • Chokh Bujilei Duniya Aandhar
  • Chok'kher Nojor
  • Chole Jay Jodi Keu
  • Ekbar Jodi Keu Valobasto
  • Emonoto Prem Hoy
  • JeyoNa Sathi
  • Jonmo Theke Jwolchhi
  • Ki Kore Bolibo
  • Keno Tare Aami Eto Valobaslam
  • Soti Mayer Soti Kon'na
  • Tomader Sukher Nire
  • Karo Aapon Hoite
  • Je Matir Buke
  • Ei Prithibir Panthoshalay
  • Kotha Bolbo Na Bolechhi
  • Jani Tumi Chole Jabe
  • Sokhi CholoNa Jolsa Ghore
  • Surjodoye Tumi Surjaste Tumi
  • Prithibi to DuDiner'i Basa
  • Aaul Baul Laloner Deshe
  • Ke Jane Koto Dure Sukher Thhikana
  • Aamar Doshe Aami Doshi
  • Tel Gele Furaiya
  • Aamar Babar Kotha

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Syed Abdul Hadi performs today at IGCC". The Daily Observer. 21 November 2014.
  2. ^ Mizan, Mahfuz (31 May 2019). "Veteran Virtuoso: Syed Abdul Hadi in focus". New Age.
  3. ^ "Take fresh vow to establish dignity of mother tongue : Ekushey Padak- 2000 distributed". The Independent. Dhaka. 21 February 2001. Archived from the original on 3 November 2012 – via HighBeam Research.
  4. ^ "National Film Awards for the last fours years announced". The Daily Star. 1 September 2008. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  5. ^ আজ শ্রদ্ধেয় সঙ্গীত শিল্পী সৈয়দ আব্দুল হাদীর জন্মদিন… [Today is the birthday of artist Syed Abdul Hadi]. shangetangon.com. 1 July 2016. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  6. ^ a b c "Ballad of the Songbird". The Daily Star. 2019-03-02. Retrieved 2019-03-01.

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