Mujib Pardeshi is an actor, folk musician, and music director. Mujib Pardeshi was born in the hamlet of Betka. He earned his English bachelor's degree from Dhaka University. Before establishing himself as a vocalist and achieving fame in the 1980s, he began his career as a tabla player. The Siraj Haider-directed film "Sukh" was where Pardeshi made his acting debut. After appearing in Firoz Al Mamun's Mohon Malar Banobas in the late 1980s, he took a significant acting break. He assisted cinema music composers Satya Saha, Subal Das, and Dhir Ali Miah in their work. He directed the soundtrack for over 20 movies, including Ashanto Dheu and Hafiz Uddin's Asati.
He gained fame for the song he composed for the successful movie Beder Meye Josna (1991). Pardeshi has recorded 42 solo albums, with Bondi Karagarey being the most popular. He is well recognized for his folk singing and has frequently performed for the Bangladeshi diaspora overseas. As of 2001, he worked as the Bangladesh Film Development Corporation's music director and served as a secretary in the Ministry of Information. He made a comeback in Mostofa Sarwar Farooki's “Doob: No Bed of Roses”, which was released in 2017. Amar Sona Bondhu Re, Ami Bondi Karagare, and Shada Dile Kada Lagai Geli are some of his well-known songs.
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