Sabina Yasmin Bio, Born, Age, Height, Facts & Family
- Name: Sabina Yasmin
- Year of Birth: 1953
- Alma Mater: University of Dhaka
- Years in Profession: 1967
- Profession: Singer
- Spouse (s): Anisur Rahman (Divorced)
- Amir Hossain (Divorced)
- Kabir Suman
- Children: Fairooz Yasmin (Daughter)
- Srabon (Son)
- Parents: Lutfar Rahman (Father)
- Begum Mouluda Khatun (Mother)
Is Sabina Yasmin Legend of Bangladesh?
Sabina Yasmin is a Bangladeshi singer. She is best known as a playback singer in Bengali silver screen. She has won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer a record 12 times. She has recorded in excess of 1,500 songs for films and more than 10,000 tunes altogether. Yasmin was granted Ekushey Padak in 1984 and Independence Day Award in 1996 by the Government of Bangladesh.
Renowned Bangladeshi singer Sabina Yasmin was conceived on 4 September 1954 in Dhaka, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). Her dad, Lutfar Rahman, was a Provincial Civil Service while mother Begum Mouluda Khatun was a vocal artist. From her initial age, she enjoyed music and when her senior sister learned music to Dourgapasad Roy, she used to show there. Sabina went to a phase show out of the blue when she was just 7.
Learning of Music and Education Profile
Sabina had learned music to P.C. Gomez for a long time persistently. Sabina admitted to Dhaka University from where she finished Masters in Social Science. She initially rendered her voice for the film ‘Jibon Theke Neya (1970)’ and got immense acclimation.
Best Female Playback National Film Award
At that point, she gives voice in excess of 1500 songs of more than 250 movies. She got Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer class 13 times.
Ekushey Padak Honor
She additionally got nation’s most astounding privileged honor Ekushey Padak in 1984.
Yasmin was conceived in 1953 by Mouluda Khatun. The primary tune that Yasmin learned with the family harmonium was Khokon Moni Shona. In 1964, she sang consistently in Khela Ghar, a radio program. P.C. Gomez was her established music guide. Artist Altaf Mahmud came to know her performing voice while going to her neighbor’s home.
Debut in Playback Singing
She made her introduction in playback singing through the song Modhu Jochnar Dipali for the movie Agun Niye Khela (1967), directed by Zahir Raihan. As child artists, she and Shahnaz Rahmatullah won honors from President Ayub Khan.
Yasmin got her first achievement through the song titled Shudhu Gaan Geye Porichoy. She at that point began working under Altaf Mahmud in films including Anowara’, ‘Nayantara’ and ‘Taka Ana Pai’. She progressively performed alongside Satya Saha, Subal Das, Khan Ataur Rahman, Ali Hossain, Alauddin Ali, Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul and Gazi Mazharul Anwar.
Performance in 1960
Yasmin has sung for films, radio, TV, and gramophone organizations. She has been dynamic in the Bangladeshi music industry since the 1960s.
Performance in 1970
At the point when Yasmin entered the film business, her co-eval Shahnaz Rahmatullah was the main singer. In 1970, the film Jibon Theke Neya was released. It contained the tune “Eki Sonar Aloy” which hoisted Yasmin as the main singer. She sang some enthusiastic songs “Wail Kota Janala”,”Swajan Harano Diner Samarane”, Sei Railliner Dhare”, and Swadhinata Tumi” and so on.
Popularity with the Song “Sudhu Gaan Geye Porichoy” in 1972
She collected popularity with the song “Sudhu Gaan Geye Porichoy” in 1972 film ‘Abujh Mon’. She sang “Tumi Je Amar Kobita”,”Tumi Achho” and so forth two-part harmonies with Mahmudunnabi. She got the primary Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer in 1975 for her songs in Sujon Sokhi. She got three continuous National film grants in 1978 for Golapi Ekhon Train E in 1979 for Sundari and in 1980 for Kosai.
Performance during 1980
Veterans, for example, Ferdausi Rahman, Shahnaz Rahmatullah left playback singing. She sang various ageless hits for Yasmin including “Koto Sadhonay Emon Bhagyo Mele”, “Shoto Jonomer Sadh”, “E Jibone Tumi Ogo Ele” and some more. Her rising prevalence dragged her to Indian silver screen. In 1985, she sang “Cherona G Haat” and “Jalpari” with Kishore Kumar in the Indo-Bangladesh joint creation Anyay Abichar which had music by R. D. Burman.
Performance during 1990
Yasmin earned National Awards in 1991 for Danga and 1992 for Radha Krishna. In 1994, Kanak Chapa went to the music scene with the film Tomakei Chai. Yasmin sang numerous songs in the 1990s.
Performance in 2000
By the year 2000, Kanak Chapa was at that point most looked for after playback singer. However, Yasmin got the chance to sing various hit songs made by first-rate music directors. She accomplished National Film Award for her version of Tagore tune “Boroshar Prothom Dine” in Dui Duari (2000). In 2004, her tune “Preme Poreche Mon” in ‘wrong number’ bested the music top outlines. She accomplished her twelfth and last National Film Award for ‘Dui Noyoner Alo.
Performance in 2010
Yasmin sang a few hits in the 2010s too. She also sang a two-part harmony with the champ of Channel I Sera Kontho, Imran. In these years she sang for a new age of on-screen characters like Apu Biswas, Sahara, Racy and so forth. Her melody “Premiker Buk Jeno Sukher Nodi” included in top diagrams for a long time.
Honor by Citi Bank
One of the main artists of the nation, Sabina Yasmin, was respected by Citibank N.A. at Utshab Hall of Radisson Water Garden Hotel on July 17. As a component of the ‘Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona’ program, Sabina Yasmin was welcomed with an overwhelming applause at the occasion. An army of A-rundown artistes paid tribute to Yasmin with uncommon exhibitions and moving words on her commitment to Bangladeshi music.
Citibank, N.A. nation officer Mamun Rashid respected all at the occasion. As the main visitor of the program, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Dipu Moni, alongside Mamun Rashid, congratulated Yasmin. The singer got a peak and a representation of her.
Competition with Runa Laila
Yasmin imparted an awesome on-screen contention to Runa Laila. Yasmin was the main singer of Bangladesh from 1970 till 1974. In 1974, Runa ventured into Bengali silver screen singing the well-known “Ganeri Khatay Swarolipi Likhe” in Swarolipi film. From the primary days, Runa gave Yasmin hardened rivalry. In addition, she had an edge over Yasmin; she was a prestigious singer in India and furthermore Pakistan. Runa recorded a bunches of hit tracks in the 1980s. Despite the fact that she challenged well with Yasmin, Sabina got away from her lead position till 1993. They sang a great deal of female two-part harmonies together, for instance, “Tumi Boro Bhagyoboti” in the film Pratinidhi. Yasmin had an extraordinary matching with Syed Abdul Hadi, Mahmudunnabi, and Khurshid Alam while Runa worked together with Subir Nandi and Andrew Kishore. Yasmin gathered 9 National film grants in the 1980s, while Runa got 4 National film grants.
Yasmin has three sisters, Farida Yasmin, Fauzia Yasmin and Nilufar Yasmin. Her dad, Lutfar Rahman, worked in Provincial Civil Service of British India and her mom Begum Mouluda Khatun was a vocal craftsman who took lessons from the performer Ustaad Kader Baksh. Sabina is the close relative of Agun (child of Khan Ataur Rahman and Nilufar Yasmin), a performer and Reenat Fauzia, a star player.
Yasmin has married three times. She has a little girl, Fairooz Yasmin (Badhon), a singer, from her first marriage with Anisur Rahman, and a child, Srabon, from her second marriage with Amir Hossain. She met Kabir Sumon, and Indian-Bengali artist and political lobbyist, in 1998 and later the couple got married.
Suffering from Disease Lymphoma
In July 2007, Yasmin was determined to have Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Sabina Yasmin was experiencing lymphoma (a tumor of lymph framework). She was admitted to Labaid Hospital on June 12. Specialists found that she was experiencing an infection of a spleen. A crisis task hung on June 21. However, her health didn’t make any improvement. In this way, she traveled to Singapore for better treatment on July 11. Subsequent to taking treatment three and half months, she came back to Bangladesh from Singapore.
Awards and Achievements
Year Award Film
1975 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Sujon Sokhi
1978 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Golapi Ekhon Traine
1979 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Sundari
1980 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Kosai
1984 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Chandranath
1984 Ekushey Padak
1985 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Premik
1987 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Rajlakshmi Srikanto
1988 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Dui Jibon
1991 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Danga
1992 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Radha Krishna
1996 Independence Day Award
2000 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Aaj Gaye Holud
2005 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Dui Noyoner Alo
2012 Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer Devdas
2016 Firoza Begum Gold Medal
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