Name Ahmed Bulbul
Albums Wrong Number
|Born January 1, 1956 (age 59) (1956-01-01) |
Occupation Lyricist, composer and music director
Relatives Iftekharuddin Ahmed (brother) Ahmed Miraz (brother) Samir Imtiaz (son)
Music director Poramon, Onnorokom Bhalobasha, Bhalobasha Aaj Kal, Praner Cheye Priyo, Amar Swapno Tumi
Similar People Andrew Kishore, Shafiq Tuhin, SI Tutul, Ayub Bachchu
Ahmed imtiaz bulbul trying to get an yes card in close up one 2012 mpg
Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul (born January 1, 1956) is a Bangladeshi lyricist, composer and music director, active since the late 1970s. He was a freedom fighter who joined the Bangladesh Liberation War at the age of 15. He has won a number of awards, including the National Award and the President's Award.
- Ahmed imtiaz bulbul trying to get an yes card in close up one 2012 mpg
- War crime witness
His compositions include a number of works for films, beginning with 1978's Megh Bijli Badol. He has also released independent albums and created works for a number of Bangladeshi performers, including Samina Chowdhury and Andrew Kishore. He was a judge on the talent show Closeup 1 Tomakei Khujchhe Bangladesh for three seasons.
War crime witness
Ahmed testified against the convicted war criminal and former Jamaat chief Ghulam Azam in the International Crimes Tribunal. Following the testification as a witness, Ahmed's younger brother was killed and his dead body was found near the Kuril overpass in Dhaka. Bulbul urged the government to ensure his security after the murder of his brother. He said that he had received death threat several times.