Tanjina Karim Sharalipi records songs for three films | The Daily Star
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Tanjina Karim Sharalipi records songs for three films

Promising singer Tanjina Karim Sharalipi has recently recorded four songs for three upcoming films. Written by Gazi Mazharul Anwar, she recorded a duet number Ek Prithibir Itihash with CloseUp1 singer Rashed and a solo track Sagorer Buk-e Joto Jol for a Zakir Hossain Raju film, Moner Moto Manush Pailam Na, starring Shakib Khan and Bubly. Shafiq Tuhin composed and directed the music for both the songs.

She also recorded a popular Radharaman Dutta song, Bhromor Koiyo Giya for the Mostafizur Rahman Manik directorial, Ananda Osru, under JK Majlish’s music direction, and a duet song with Protik Hasan for Rakibul Alam Rakib’s film, Tui Amar Jaan under Firoze Plabon’s music direction. 

As the daughter of renowned singer Karim Shahabuddin, Sharalipi was born into a musical family and received training at an early age. However, her induction to music as a profession happened, when she was selected as one of the contestants for Zee Bangla’s popular musical talent hunt show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.

She came to the Bangladeshi music industry as a playback singer in 2013, recording a duet number Chobbish Ta Ghonta with S.I. Tutul. Renowned lyricist Kabir Bakul penned the song for the film Prem Prem Paglami, directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi. She has so far recorded around 40 songs for many films.

She has two solo albums to her credit. Nazrul Academy brought her solo album Ke Duronto Bajao, featuring 12 Nazrul songs while CD Choice brought her album Nimontron, consisting of original songs. Under the label of G-Series, the singer’s newest album, Kanna Megher Phool is in the offing.

Apart from singing, Sharalipi teaches music at Nazrul Academy, Mastermind School and Basabo Dhaka South City Corporation Music School.

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