Tuesday, February 19, 2019

A year without Sabah Tani

A standout amongst the most prominent pop artists in Bangladesh amid the 80s-90s, Sabah Tani had an interesting blend of good looks, common appeal and a beautiful introduction. She had an enormous after amid her time, particularly from the adolescent who admired her as a pop symbol. Kono Boishakhi Rathe Jodi and Kichukkhon are two of her most ageless tracks, are still recalled by great pop fans today. Today denotes a time of her unfavorable passing.

"Sabah Tani was a bubbly youngster caught in the body of a 43-year-elderly person," composes well known vocalist Elita Karim in the article 'Goodbye, Sabah Apa' for Star Weekend, "She was cheerful, wanted to cook and discussion about age-old formulas, was continually discussing her genealogical home in Korotia, Tangail where she had adult. She was a magnificent story-teller."

Despite the fact that the vocalist lived abroad, she had every so often come back to the nation to do appears. Her sporadic appearances were gotten with much zeal and euphoria in the midst of both the melodic club and music aficionados alike. Her cheerful soul regularly hidden the plague of individual issues encompassing her life.

Sabah Tani had surrendered to low circulatory strain on this day a year back, and the country was shook at the passing of a darling vocalist. The Daily Star family trusts that her left soul rests in harmony.

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