Rony writes about expatriates, Babu lends voice
Peoples Time Desk
Now, legendary actor and vocalist Fazlur Rahman Babu sang a song written about remittance fighters. Written by young writer Rony Reja, the song was tuned by another popular vocalist Khairul Wasi.
The song about expatriates has released on Eid-ul-Azha on the Facebook page and YouTube channel of Probas Time.
Confirming the information, Probas Time editor Md Baizid al-Hasan said that the recording of the song was completed at a studio in Niketan area of ??the capital a month ago. Then all the work of the song has been completed in phases. If all goes well, the song will be released the night before Eid-ul-Azha.
"In the song, the laughter and cry, achievements and anguish of the expatriates, has come up. In a word, the real image of an expatriate has been revealed in the song. As the words touch the heart, so does the magic melody. Respected Babu 'Bhai' also sang the song with compassion. All in all, we are looking forward to something extraordinary," he said.
Regarding the song, lyricist Rony Reja said, "There are over one crore expatriate Bangladeshis in different countries. Leaving the homeland and love of their loved ones, they are earning money by putting all the sorrows and pains on their minds just to put a smile on the face of their loved ones. Many of us can not even feel their real pain. The song is written from this feeling. The song will be successful only if the expatriate brothers like it."
Popular actor and vocalist Fazlur Rahman Babu said, "I like the song very much. Although there are many songs on expatriates, it is different. I hope all will like it."