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One of the very few bands rocking the deshi music scene today is Nemesis. The band started to jam back in school and never predicting that more than a decade later, makeshift telephone booths and small shops at roadside corners would be blaring with their music. Becoming the talk of town after the video of the popular 'Kobe' hit the scene, Nemesis has captured the hearts of thousands and more rock and roll fans in Bangladesh, of all ages.
The Star Weekend caught up online with the vocalist of the band, Zohad, who also happens to be a guest Radio Jockey on Radio Foorti, a football fanatic, possesses extraordinary skills of winning mobile word games and is also a gifted fire spinner (without the fire).
What are you listening to at the moment?
A lot of rock and roll!
Musician who inspires you?
Bono. But honestly there are too many.
If you were banished to a deserted island for a week, what are the three things that you would take with you?
My wife, hard drive with lots of movies and a giant TV!
Your post-practice snack?
Tehari from Tehari Ghar.
What was the latest book that you read?
I finished 'Boy' by Roald Dahl, just a month back.
What made you write Joyodhoni?