In the 2011 movie "Ranjana, I will never come again", Anjan Dutt shouted, "Show me a girl who stood on a stage and made a college campus drunk, formed a Bengali rock band ..." Girl. But I can't wait to say that there is such a person in Bangladesh in 2020. Those of us who listen to Bangla songs know more or less who this man is.
When we were all gasping for breath in the polluted air of this city, the note gave us the gift of "magic city", Sharmin Sultana Sumi would stand on the stage and sing "This city is magic city, city of life in Dhaka!" And thousands of spectators sang along with him. But they did not have a single annoyance over the city of Dhaka.
Last time most likely the headliner of Joy Bangla Concert was Chirkut (I am not sure). So the notes come and go at 12 o'clock at night. The date was also changed to March 7. Sumi suddenly smiled in the middle of the song and said, "It's 12 o'clock, today is Women's Day, where do you give the flower tool?"
We met him once in 2016 at Dhaka airport. He was waiting for luggage like us. My brother goes by himself to talk and wants to know if he can take a picture normally. The funny thing is that her hands literally start shaking with excitement. I was very surprised when he said, "His hand is shaking, it's better if someone else lifts it." The strange thing is that even in the midst of such a rush, he agreed to give us a tuku at that time.
Today is the birthday of this wonderful, kind man. May the Creator keep him very, very well. May we be fascinated by his different genres of songs for many more years to see all the more remarkable creations of Notes by him.
I don't know when we will see him on a college campus again. Yet we want this man to live in everyone's heart for generations to come.