Elita Karim

Elita Karim makes OTT debut

Earlier, the first look of FS Nayeem in the "Kaalpurush" teaser surprised the audience, as he underwent a massive transformation, gaining 30 kgs for his role. 

Pilu Khan and Elita to perform timeless classics at 138 East

The event, titled "Soulful Soiree" featuring Pilu Khan & Elita: Covering All-time Classics", will take place on Friday (October 20) at Cafe 138 East, located in Gulshan 1 in the capital.

In a world of streaming, ‘Icche Amar’ preserves sentimental value of CDs

Aajob Records has released a complete eight-song album titled “Ichche Amar”. The cover of this much-awaited album was unveiled by the renowned lyricist and composer, Prince Mahmud, at the Bishwo Shahitto Kendro Auditorium recently.

Renaissance to feature Elita in new song

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, popular band Renaissance will be releasing a new song titled “Shada Kaalo Noy, Noy Badami”.

EMK welcomes spring through music and good vibes

Antora Rahman, Old Dhaka Diaries and F Minor serenaded the audience during the event.

Fuad Live: A night of music and melody

The highly anticipated Fuad Live concert took place on Christmas day, December 25, showcasing a night of amazing performances, beautiful songs, and endless amusement.

Trailer of Awal Reza's ‘Megh Roddur Khela’ dropped

“Megh Roddur Khela” is set to release in theatres on December 30.

FROM ELITA’S BOOKSHELF / Tagore’s Gitabitan and the bookshelf of a Bengali household

It has been 81 years today since Rabindranath Tagore, a Bengali polymath, poet, composer and the first Bengali Nobel Laureate, breathed his last. In these 81 years, much has changed in the world, including the modernisation of his compositions. Tagore’s songs—Rabindra Sangeet, as they are known—are still popular amongst Bengali music lovers.

FROM ELITA'S BOOKSHELF / Women in Translation Month: Why we need more of Selina Hossain

The women in Selina Hossain’s books are strong, because the author herself likes to be inspired by the reality around her.

May 17, 2024
May 17, 2024

Elita Karim makes OTT debut

Earlier, the first look of FS Nayeem in the "Kaalpurush" teaser surprised the audience, as he underwent a massive transformation, gaining 30 kgs for his role. 

October 16, 2023
October 16, 2023

Pilu Khan and Elita to perform timeless classics at 138 East

The event, titled "Soulful Soiree" featuring Pilu Khan & Elita: Covering All-time Classics", will take place on Friday (October 20) at Cafe 138 East, located in Gulshan 1 in the capital.

July 31, 2023
July 31, 2023

In a world of streaming, ‘Icche Amar’ preserves sentimental value of CDs

Aajob Records has released a complete eight-song album titled “Ichche Amar”. The cover of this much-awaited album was unveiled by the renowned lyricist and composer, Prince Mahmud, at the Bishwo Shahitto Kendro Auditorium recently.

April 17, 2023
April 17, 2023

Renaissance to feature Elita in new song

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, popular band Renaissance will be releasing a new song titled “Shada Kaalo Noy, Noy Badami”.

February 14, 2023
February 14, 2023

EMK welcomes spring through music and good vibes

Antora Rahman, Old Dhaka Diaries and F Minor serenaded the audience during the event.

December 26, 2022
December 26, 2022

Fuad Live: A night of music and melody

The highly anticipated Fuad Live concert took place on Christmas day, December 25, showcasing a night of amazing performances, beautiful songs, and endless amusement.

December 18, 2022
December 18, 2022

Trailer of Awal Reza's ‘Megh Roddur Khela’ dropped

“Megh Roddur Khela” is set to release in theatres on December 30.

August 6, 2022
August 6, 2022

Tagore’s Gitabitan and the bookshelf of a Bengali household

It has been 81 years today since Rabindranath Tagore, a Bengali polymath, poet, composer and the first Bengali Nobel Laureate, breathed his last. In these 81 years, much has changed in the world, including the modernisation of his compositions. Tagore’s songs—Rabindra Sangeet, as they are known—are still popular amongst Bengali music lovers.

August 13, 2021
August 13, 2021

Women in Translation Month: Why we need more of Selina Hossain

The women in Selina Hossain’s books are strong, because the author herself likes to be inspired by the reality around her.

July 19, 2021
July 19, 2021

Remembering the contemporary great: Humayun Ahmed

To me, he was a weaver of stories from lands and cultures, all within Bangladesh, that I would never have heard of otherwise. Growing up abroad amidst mixed cultures and languages, Humayun Ahmed kept Bangladesh within me and in thousands of others like me.

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