Andrew Kishore Death: Bangladeshi Singer Andrew Kishore Died of Cancer | Andrew Kishore Photos, Videos, Songs, Bio, Wiki

By | July 6, 2020

Andrew Kishore Death: Bangladeshi Singer Andrew Kishore Died of Cancer | Andrew Kishore Photos, Videos, Songs, Bio, Wiki:

Andrew Kishore Death

Bangladeshi Singer Andrew Kishore was died today and he had been suffering from Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer that originates in the Lymphatic system, along with kidney and hormone related disease.

Kishore was married to Lipika Andrew Eti. They have a daughter, Minim Andrew Songa, and a son, Jay Andrew Saptok.

According to his brother-in-law Dr Patrick Bipul Biswas, he died on July 6, 2020 at around 6:55 pm. He was shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a clinic called Rajshahi Ad runes by his sister around one hour before.

Andrew Kishore (4 November 1955 – 6 July 2020) was a Bangladeshi playback singer.He is considered the playback king of Dhallywood. His notable songs include “Jiboner Golpo Achhe Baki Olpo”, “Dak Diyachhen Doyal Amare”, “Haire Manush Rongin Fanush”, “Amar Shara Deho Kheyo Go Mati”, “Amar Buker Moddhe Khane”, “Amar Babar Mukhe Prothom Jedin Shunechilam Gan”, “Bhengeche Pinjor Meleche Dana”, and “Shobai To Bhalobasha Chae”.

Kishore won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer eight times for the films Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo (1982), Surrender (1987), Khotipuron (1989), Padma Meghna Jamuna (1991), Kabul (1996), Aaj Gaye Holud (2000), Saajghor (2007) and Ki Jadu Korila (2008).

Kishore studied at the University of Rajshahi.He started taking music lessons at the age of six under Abdul Aziz Bachchu, the then chief music director of Rajshahi Betar.After the 1971 Liberation War, he was enlisted in the radio in Nazrul, Tagore, modern, folk and patriotic songs categories.

In 1977, Kishore came to Dhaka to participate in a talent hunt project initiated by Shahidul Islam, the then director of Transcription Service of Bangladesh Betar. At the programme, he rendered the song Soheli O Soheli, composed by Debu Bhattacherjee.

Kishore debuted in playback singing in the film Mail Train (1977) where he sang Ochinpurer Rajkumari Nei Je Tar Keu, composed by Saley Alam Khan. Introduced by A.H.M. Rafique, Kishore made his breakthrough by the song Ek Chor Jay Choley from the film Protikkha, composed by Alam Khan.

Kishore worked in Probaho Media, a production house, which produces television plays, commercials and other productions.

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