The Miliputs are back in town after six successful concerts in Dhaka. They had performed at the Dhaka University, EMK Centre, a few clubs and television and radio channels during their Bangladesh tour.
“This was one of the most memorable experiences of our second tour in Bangladesh. For an artiste to have a houseful show is the biggest satisfaction,” said Sharoni Poddar, the vocalist of the band.
Legendary musicians in Dhaka like Maqsood Haque and Palash Noor, vocalist of the band, Warfaze, appreciated their performances. “It has always been exciting working with The Miliputs. This young band from Kolkata has a very positive vibe and a new sound for the ears. We are happy that Dhaka gave them such a positive response,” said Joy Shahriar, a well-known singer-songwriter from Dhaka, who was the main host of the tour.
A member of the band added, “This was our second tour to Dhaka. It always feels like home. We were overwhelmed by the love and hospitality of the people. It’s an honour for us to perform in some of the most prestigious places of Dhaka.”
The tour consisted of Sharoni Poddar as the vocalist, Debmalya Dey and Tridibesh Naskar as the guitarists, Nirvana Bhakat as the bassist and Debasish Das as the drummer. The band rendered folk songs like Kichudin Mone Mone, Haarkala, Krishnapokkho, Krishnapreme, Dine Dine, Shona Diya, Shyam Onge and Deho Ghori at the different concerts.
Source: Times of India