Akhi alamgir datting

Akhi Alamgir got National Award as a child artist for acting in the film ‘Bath Dey’ when only she was read in class five. Akhi Alamgir begins her musical career with the playback song.

Akhi Alamgir was born on January 20, 1975, in Dhaka, Bangladesh to father Alamgir and mother Khoshnor. She made her debut in the music industry by singing in the movie ‘Bidrohi Bodu’ only during the study of class twelve.

Her father Alamgir is a popular actor in the Bangladeshi film industry and mother Khoshnor is a lyricist. Akhi’s first music album ‘Prothom Koli’ was released in 1997 following this year her most popular album ‘Bisher Kata’ was released.

Famous singer of Bangladesh, Runa Laila is her step mother. By releasing this album she came to the limelight over a night.

She usually wears cotton or linen kurties with palazzos or leggings.

For her eyes, she likes to use dark colored eye shadows such as black, copper, green, blue etc.For her beautiful look, she got various offers from drama, cinema, and TV commercials. Akhi Alamgir got married with Rusho and they have two daughters.Akhi Alamgir is happy with marriage life and she continues a joyful life with her children and husband.She was interested in being an actress in her early life although she learned music. However, she builds up her career in the music industry. Then she become a heartthrob in the country and made lots of playback song within a short time.The song ‘Bondhu Amar Rushia’ and ‘Pirithi Bisher Kata’ are top hit song of Akhi Alamgir.

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After a day of shoot, she comes back home and removes all the makeup using Johnson's Baby Oil.

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