Kumar Bishwajit Biography

Full name: Kumar Bishwajit
Nickname: Tultul
Birthdate: June 1, 1963
Birthplace: Sitakunda, Chittagong
Education: N/A
Occupation: Singer, composer
Years active: 1981–present
Height: 5 feet 6 inches
Spouse (s): Naima Sultana
Religion: Hinduism
Zodiac sign: Gemini


Kumar Bishwajit is a Bangladeshi music artist and composer of great renown of today’s time. He won national awards several times because of delivering good music throughout consecutive of his career. Kumar Bishwajit has been in the Bangladeshi music industry for a long time. And managed to carve out a pretty good space. Truth be told, his song easily touched the listener’s heart and keep stay listener’s mind for a long period.


Early life and education:
On June 1, 1963, Kumar Bishwajit was born in Sitakunda, Chittagong to Sadhan Ranjan Dey and Sova Rani Dey. Bishwajit passed childhood in Chittagong district and took primary education from Chittagong. Bishwajit was adoring to music from his early life. He used to listen to music for having aside attraction for music. Although he was raised in the port city Chittagong he used to come and go to Dhaka for his career.


Kumar Bishwajit started his career journey with performing in a radio show in 1977. He founded his own musical band in 1979 and for the first time performed in BTV in 1980. For the song Tore Putuler Moto Kore Shajiye, he got acclamation countrywide. Bishwajit has been appreciated by the critics for a high-quality song and giving a social message through his songs. Kumar has improvised Bengali modern song mixed with different countries’ musical trends. On his song has the essence of Bengali culture, which has been loved by millions. As a singer renowned nationally, after a long period, he is still unparallel and unbeatable with a profound love of his admirers.


Personal life:
Kumar Bishwajit married Muslim women Naima Sultana and they have a son named Kumar Nibir.


Some famous songs:

  • Tore Putuler Moto Kore Shajiye
  • Jekhane Shimanto Tomar
  • Tumi Roj Bikele Amar Bagane
  • Tumi Jodi Bolo Padma Meghna
  • Ami Nirbashone Jabo Na
  • O Daktar
  • Shaal Piyaler Bone
  • Ami Shampane Badhibo Ghor
  • Jare Ghor Dila
  • Shukh Sara Dukkho
  • Jonmile Morite Hobe
  • Boshonto Suyese Amake
  • Maa