With the world advancing, they are advancing the ladies of Bangladesh. That was difficult to consider the most recent 10 years prior. 

The ladies of Bangladesh adapt to the world’s fruitful ladies. 

Presently we are portraying the 10 most famous women singers in Bangladesh among the 50 most famous women.

1. Akhi Alamgir

Akhi Alamgir is a Bangladeshi vocalist and actress. She won the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Child Artist for her exhibition in the movie Bhat De (1984) and Best Female Playback Singer for the movie Ekti Cinemar Golpo (2018). As of 2016, she has delivered 18 albums. She is the daughter of entertainer chief Alamgir.

2. Ferdous Ara

Ara, nicknamed Marine, was brought into the world in Brahmanbaria District to A.H.M. Abdul Hai, an old-style artist of the mid-1950s, and Mosharrefa Begum. She has two sisters, Jannat Ara and Hure Jannat. She finished her single guy’s an expert’s in History from the University of Dhaka.

3. Firoza Begum

Firoza Begum (28 July 1930 – 9 September 2014) was a Bangladeshi Nazrul Geeti singer. She was granted the Independence Day Award in 1979 by the Government of Bangladesh.

4. Samina Chowdhury

Samina Chowdhury (brought into the world on 28 August) is a Bangladeshi singer.[2] She generally sings current and traditional tunes. Her remarkable tunes incorporate Jonmo Theke Jolchi Mago, Amar Buker Moddhe Khane, Amar Dui Chokhe Dui Nodi, Ekbar Jodi Keu, Kobita Porar Prohor, and Phool Phote Phul Jhore.

5. Oyshee Fatima

Oyster Fatima Tuz Zahra (known as Oyshee) is a Bangladeshi singer. She is eminent for her collections Oyshee Express, Oyshee’s Maya, Oyshee’s Haowa, Chokher Bari, Oyshee Express2, Oyshee Express3, GB Dilki Doya Hoyna, GB Dillite Nizamuddin Awolia with Imran Mahmudul, and Dehobazi with Arfin Rumey. She won the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for her exhibition in the film Maya: The Lost Mother (2019).

6. Haimanti Rakshit Das

Haimanti Rakshit Das brought into the world on 18 June in Chittagong, Bangladesh) also called Haimanti is a Bangladeshi playback artist. She generally sings for movies and TV series.

She rose to distinction subsequent to winning unscripted tv rivalry arrangement Notun Kuri in 1993. Her discography incorporates Dakpion, Mone Pore Tomake, Premer Choya, and Smriti Canvas. She additionally went to a foundation for youngsters’ government assistance Jatiyo Shishu Pushkar.

7. Kanak Chapa

Kanak Chapa (née Rumana Morshed Kanak Chapa; brought into the world 11 September 1969)[1] is a Bangladeshi singer. She got the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer multiple times, for her exhibition in the movies Love Story (1995), Premer Taj Mahal (2001), and Ek Takar Bou (2008). She distributed her life account Shabir Jajabor in 2011 and a verse book Mukhomukhi Joddha in 2012.

8. Runa Laila

Runa Laila brought into the world on 17 November 1952) is a Bangladeshi playback artist and arranger. She is extraordinary compared to other known vocalists in South Asia. She began her profession in the Pakistan entertainment world in the late 1960s. Her way of singing is enlivened by Pakistani playback artist Ahmed Rushdi and she likewise made a couple with him in the wake of supplanting another artist Mala. Her playback singing in movies – The Rain (1976), Jadur Banshi (1977), Accident (1989), Ontore (1994), Devdas (2013), and Priya Tumi Shukhi Hou (2014) – procured her seven Bangladesh National Film Awards for Best Female Playback Singer. She won the Best Music Composer grant for the film Ekti Cinemar Golpo (2018).

9. Sabrina Porshi

Sabrina Porshi is a Bangladeshi artist. Sabrina Porshi’s vocation started when she became the second sprinter in a Music ability chase show, Channel I “Khuda gaan raj”, in 2008. Porshi’s first tune recording was for a film in 2009 masterminded by the “Khude Gaan Raj” group.

10. Firdausi Rahman

Firdausi Rahman (née Begum; brought into the world on 28 June 1941) otherwise called Ferdausi Begum is a Bangladeshi playback singer. She is the daughter of vocalist Abbas Uddin. She sang some famous film melodies for Pakistani movies likewise during the 1960s particularly working with the music author Robin Ghosh in the film Chakori delivered in 1967. She was granted Ekushey Padak in 1977 and Independence Day Award in 1995 by the Government of Bangladesh.