Tiger performers feature in music video

Three Tiger performers Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mustafizur Rahman featured in an inspirational song released recently. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বুশরার গানে অতিথি চরিত্রে তিন টাইগার]


Bushra Shahriyar, the young generation singer of Bangladesh, released a song titled ‘Kheladhular Bangladesh’ (Sporting Bangladesh) where team Bangladesh’s mainstream performers wicket keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim, pacer Mustafizur Rahman and limited over captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza participated in the music video.

The song is written and composed by the singer herself. The music video, directed by Tanim Rahman Angshu has been released in the YouTube channel of Bushra Shahriyar. Emon Ahmed made the music presentation.

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Singer Bushra said cricketers were very cordial while participating in the music video.

“Everyone was very cozy – Mashrafe bhia, Mushfiq bhai and Mustafiz bhai; but Mustafiz bhai is bit shy,” she said. “They were practicing at that time but helped me a lot,” she added.

Bushra dreams of Bangladesh winning the World Cup. She said the song was composed to sow the dreams among millions of cricket lovers in this country.

“Someday the world will acknowledge Bangladesh as an outstanding sports nation. Bangladesh will win the World Cup, I’ve presented the theme through this song,” Bushra said.

“I hope the song will inspire team Bangladesh in the upcoming Asia Cup; hope they would present us with best possible performance,” she added.
Bangladesh will start their Asia Cup journey against Sri Lanka on September 15.

Apart from cricketers, footballer Sheikh Aslam, chess grandmaster Ziaur Rahman, swimmer Mahfuza Khan Shila, shooter Abdullah hel Baki and Shakil Ahmed also made their presence in the music video.

Watch the Music video here-

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