Lyricist Someshwar Oli is all set to enjoy this Eid featuring in five different tv drama with his lyrical words for different singers.
All the dramas, for which Someshwar Oli took up his pen, are directed by Mizanur Rahman Aryan who has drawn the attention of the spectators of Bangla drama for quite a long time.
Artists like of Nusrat Imroz Tisha, Afran Nisho, Mejabin Chowdhury, Yash Rohan and Tasnia Farin have been cast in these dramas and telefilms which will be aired during the Eid-ul-Adza holidays.
Someshwar Oli came to the limelight back in the early 2010s with his blockbuster- Ghuri Tumi Kar Akashu Oro- which is sung by Lutfor Hasan. Oli never looked back since then.
“It’s always tough and challenging to come up with the lyric based on the situations what we do for dramas and telefilms. As a lyricist, I always try to think differently. And of course, I like to take challenges what comes along the way,” Oli told UNB.
Oli wrote title songs of Aryan’s famous dramas- Boro Chele, Tai Tomar Kheyal and Buker Ba Pashe- which cemented their partnership in the tv drama industry.
He also penned lyrics for Aryan’s drama- Bheja Bheja Chokh, Kokhono Na Kokhono and more.
Oli’s new songs for Shohor Chere Poranpur- Prem Theke Uthe and Mene Niche are sung by Tahsin Ahmed Ahmed and Syed Real. These two songs are composed by Tahsin and Emil. Tisha, Rohan and Farin acted in this telefilm.
The more three songs are- Ure Jaoar Icche, Jhor Elo and Durbeen- are sung by John, Imran Mahmudul and Tanjeeb Sarowar. These songs are composed by Shahriar Alam Marcell, Imran and Sajid Sarkar.