About Nakul Kumar Biswas
Nakul Kumar Biswas is a multi-talent Bangladeshi singer, composer, musician, lyricist, and music director. He became familiar among his audience with his first TV program Ittadi of Hanif Sanket. Hit song Biye Korlam Kenn Re Dada, Biye Korlam Kenn became a hit song in 1996. He possesses an unparallel quality of presenting programs with rhyme schemes. His career started in 1975 at the age of 10, as a child artist in the Jatra team Deepali Oprah.
Full name: Nakul Kumar Biswas
Profession: Musician, composer, lyricist, music director
Active Years:1975 – present
Net Worth: Unkown
Birthday: December 2, 1965
Birthplace: Datta Kendua, Kalagachhia, Madaripur Bangladesh
Hometown: Madaripur, Bangladesh
Age:56 years running(Up- 2021)
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Hobbies: Travelling, singing
Debut-Album : ‘Concord Volume – 1’ – Vagabot Porey Bhogoban ke Paichoni (1987)
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Eye color: Black
Hair Color: Black
Shoe Size: Unknown
Dress Size: Unknown
Father’s Name: Surendra Nath Biswas
Mother’s Name: Mangala Devi
Sister: Not Known
Brother: Hiralal Biswas (2nd brother )
University in his life There,, Jagannath University, Mirpur Law College
Educational Background: Islamic Studies, Law
- He achieved the title Jagoroner Agrodut, King of folk song, a magician of harmonium.
- He is honored with a Tata Nano private car to buy Tata Company in 2014
- In Baitul Mukarram, he was given a grand reception by the Islamic scholars
- In 2005 he got a prize for best folk singer
Relationship & more
Marital Status: Married
Spouse:1; Name unknown
Marriage Date: Unknown
Children: 1. Palak Kumar Biswas ( Son )
2. Prottasha Biswas (Daughter)
Recent- Relationship Status: Married
Foods: Local food, etc
Color: Blue, Black, White, etc
Singer/Musician: Pandit Ravi Sankar
Destination: Qatar, USA
He was born in 1965. He is a descendent of a family located in Datta Kendua village, Kalagachhia union, in the district of Madaripur.In his family, there prevailed a cultural atmosphere. He is the fifth of five brothers and one sister. His father Surendra Nath Biswas and mother Mangala Devi inspired him to sing from his childhood. In his life, there is a tragic incident that he lost his mother at the age of 6 only.
He came to Gopalganj with his 2hd brother Hiralal Biswas in 1975. From then onward, he acted in about 50 Jatra Pala. Later he received training on Raag Sangeet on harmonium and he attained mastery over it at the age of 6. Not only that, he was selected as the head harmonium teacher of a school. His teacher was Guru Ashu Miyan from whom he learned about Pandit Ravi Shankar. Then he went to Calcutta in 1980 with Taka 500 only. There he met Ranajit Biswas, grandson cum a trainee of Sitar player Ustad Mushtaq Ali. He bought a Sitar with Tk. 280 only.
He came back home in 1983. In 1986, he came to Dhaka with a dream of becoming a radio and television artist. He went to his village home in 1986 to sit for the SSC exam. In the meantime, they were so many albums available in the market. He continued his singing career and study simultaneously. He used to sing baul – spiritual songs in addition to life-oriented songs. He became famous in both bangles. There are about 50 albums altogether in India and Bangladesh.
As a singer, his career began when he was only eight. At first, he joined a ‘Jatra’ team. Since then, as a part of that team, he started singing on stage in different programs arranged in other villages and towns. He enchants his audience with his melodious voice and lively presentation. He was very skilled in playing numerous musical instruments, including sitar, sarod, santoor, flute, dotara, mandolin, etc. But he is so specialized in playing on harmonium.
He served in Bangladesh Betar as a singer and musician for an extended period. But his performance in Ittadi was a turning point in his singing career. This program brought him to the limelight, and he received mass acceptance among his audience, and he became a familiar face throughout the country.
He has not confined himself to singing only. He has been the director of a TV program Chanda Ananda. A vital feature of this program is everything done here has a rhyme. Initially, this program was telecast during festivals only. Later, a private TV channel telecast the programs every two months. He is the presenter of this program too.
Nakul Kumar Biswas attained popularity in every segment of music production.
Notable Songs And Albums
- Chachai cha chai
- Ei Amar Pocket Ache
- Manushta panch feet
- Hello hello my dear
- Maa go Tumi Jano Na Kado
- Panch talar Oi chilekothai
- Bhalo Hoitey Paisa Lage Na
- Quran holo jeevanta Grontho
- Mo te Maula mo te Mohammad
- No thackey
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- Pavitra Quran (Album)
Albums in Calcutta
“Nodian Naku“ (2001) – Produced by JMD audio company
“Chakri Nai Buro Babar” (2003) -Produced by ASD audio company.
Some unknown facts about
- He has written about 25 books entitled Nakuler Bishaw Bhraman, Chhota Nakuler Boro Bebsha, Everest Bijoy, Ontomiler Anneshoney, Good for Nothing etc.
- He knows how to draw pictures
- He is a magician
- He is a researcher of rhyme and language
- Dr. Virat Boiraggo published a research paper entitled Nakul Kumar Biswas – Jibon o Sahitto