100 children will sing ‘Bangladesh Bangladesh’ song with Runa Laila

From left to right: Sadek Ali, Hafiza Sharmin Sumi, Runa Laila, Anjir Liton, Foad Nasser Babu and Ashraf Babu at the recording studio of Foad Nasser Babu, Pasher Ghor.

Entertainment Report :
To mark the country’s 54th Independence and National Day on March 26, a special event
for children is going to be
organised at the Bangladesh Shishu Academy premises on
the following day, March 27,
said a press release.
Legendary singer of the subcontinent, Runa Laila is set to sing a patriotic song titled ‘Bangladesh Bangladesh’ featuring 100 children from the Bangladesh Shishu Academy, adding more
significance to the special day.
The event, which will commence at 10:00am, will be
inaugurated by the State Minister for Women and Children Affairs Simeen Hussain (Rimi).
The song ‘Bangladesh Bangladesh’ was recorded at renowned music composer Foad Nasser Babu’s recording studio ‘Pasher Ghor’ last Saturday.
Acclaimed poet, children’s author and Director General of Bangladesh Shishu Academy, Anjir Liton has penned the lyrics of the song while Ashraf Babu arranged and tuned its music.
After the recording of the song, Runa Laila shared her feelings by this way, “I really liked the lyrics and composition of the song.
I have sung many patriotic songs before but this one has a unique essence that I didn’t explore before. On the occasion of Independence Day, singing this song with 100 children brings me great joy. I sincerely thank
and express my gratitude to Bangladesh Shishu Academy. Children are our future. I always want to inspire children so
that they can become whatever they aspire to be.”
Regarding the song’s inclusion of acclaimed singer Runa Laila,
its lyricist, Anjir Liton, said, “Runa Laila Apa is the pride of our subcontinent. She has sung with our children, which will greatly inspire them. It is a great achievement for me, too, that she has sung my song. I am sincerely grateful to Runa apa.”