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Sanjib Chowdhury

Sanjib Chowdhury

Sanjib Chowdhury


Sanjeeb Choudhury was born at Baniachang Upazila in Habiganj on 25 December 1962. He graduated from the journalism department of Dhaka University and orgainsed various cultural programs and taught his classmates how to sing during his time at the university.[4] During the mass movement against Ershad his poems gained popularity as he was known to his Dhaka University colleagues as Sanjeebda or Brother Sanjeeb. He initially sang at a band group named Shongkhochil. Read more on Last.fm
Sanjeeb Choudhury was born at Baniachang Upazila in Habiganj on 25 December 1962. He graduated from the journalism department of Dhaka University and orgainsed various cultural programs and taught his classmates how to sing during his time at the university.[4] During the mass movement against Ershad his poems gained popularity as he was known to his Dhaka University colleagues as Sanjeebda or Brother Sanjeeb. He initially sang at a band group named Shongkhochil.[1] During the mid 90's he and Bappa Mazumder formed their band Dalchhut which within a short time gained immense popularity. In 1996, Dalchhut released their first album Ahh.

The duet song in the album Shada Moila Rongila Pale become an instant hit. Dalchhut's second album was Hridoypur, which happened to be their most popular album. In the album Bappa and Sanjeeb sang the song Gari Chole Na of Shah Abdul Karim which was shown on famous magazine Ittadi. Sanjeeb's solo Ami Tomakei Bole Debo was another popular song of that album.

In Dalchhut's third album Aakaashchuri, folk tuned song Bioscope was again shown on Ittadi and became famous. Sanjeeb's solo album Swapnobaji was released in 2005. In 2007, Dalchhut's final album Jochhnabihar was released after a long break. Sanjeeb wrote the title song Jochhnabihar and tuned and sang some others.

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