MD: Mahmudul Haque Imran (Widely Known as Imran Mahmudul) is the most popular Bangladeshi music composer and playback singer. Imran was Born on September 5, 1991, in Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
|Full name:||MD: Mahmudul Haque Imran|
|Nickname:||Imran / Imran Mahmudul|
|Profession:||Music Composer & Singer|
Birthday, Age & More
|Birthday:||5 September 1991|
|Birthplace:||Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Age Now:||29 years(Update 2020)|
Height Weight & Body Facts
|Height:||In inches- 5’5” inches|
In Centimetres- 165cm
In meters- 1.65 m
|Weight:||In kilogram- 60 kg|
In pounds- 132.277 lbs
|Biceps Size:||11 inches|
Family & Relative
|Father’s Name:||Mojammel Haque|
|Mother’s Name:||Will Update|
|Sister:||Nila Haque & Sumi Haque|
Relationship and Affairs
|Wife/ Spouse:||Will Update|
|Recent-Relationship Status:||Not Known|
Some laser known fact about Imran Mahmudul
- Does Imran Mahmudul smoking? : No
- Does he like to drink alcohol? : No, But he sometimes does.
- He was the first runner-up for the 2008 Channel I Best Voice.
- Although he started his music career in 2008, he became widely known throughout his career in 2011.
- He also won the Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Singer in 2016 for his song “Dil Dil Dil” from the movie “Bossgiri.”
- Imran Mahmudul was a student of Dhaka Engineering University School and College. But did not participate in the HSC exams, as Chanel joined the Best Voices 2008 competition.
- Imran Mahmudul started his career in the movie “Bhalobashar Lal Golap” with Sabina Yasmin, a female singer from Bangladesh.
- He learned composition and sound engineering in collaboration with Arfin Rumi.
- Imran Mahmudul has been interested in music since childhood.
- He is also currently a Music Composer & Singer and has worked on several music videos.
|Education:||HSC did not finish|
|College / University:||Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology|
|Phone Number:||Will Update|
Award and Nomination
|Meril Prothom Alo Awards||Best Singer (Male)||Nominated||2014|
|Meril Prothom Alo Awards||Best Singer (Male)||Nominated||2015|
|Meril Prothom Alo Awards||Best Singer (Male)||Won||2016|
|Meril Prothom Alo Awards||Best Singer (Male)||Nominated||2017|
|Meril Prothom Alo Awards||Best Singer (Male)||Won||2018|
|BBFA||Best Singer (Male)||Won||2019|
Social Media Profiles
Popular Song & Music Video List
|Dure Dure (with Puja).|
|Tumi Chokh Mele Takale (with Oyshee).|
Ekattorer Maa Jononi.
Boishakhi Rong (with Milon).
Boishakhi Dhol (with Kona).
Life In A Metro.
|Onek Shadhonar Pore(with Nancy).|
Bole Dao(with Porshi).
Bolona Ekbar(with Nancy).
Mon Kharaper Deshe.
The Cricket Bangladesh(with Oyshee)
|Beyara DJ AKS (Remix) (Joy Shariar featuring Imran).|
Aamar Ichchhe Kothai.
Ghorir Kata(Joy Shariar featuring Imran)
Jodi Hatta Dhoro.
Emon Ekta Tumi Chai.
|Amar Kache Tumi Onnorokom.|
Abdar (with Porshi)
Keno Eto Chai Toke(with Labiba).
Tui Ki Amar Hobi Re (with Kona).
|Shopnoloke||Arfin Rumey, Mahmud Sunny and Imran||2011|
|Tumi Hina||Imran Mahmudul||2014|
|Milon (with Milon)||Imran Mahmudul||2014|
|Bolte Bolte Cholte Cholte||Imran Mahmudul||2015|
|Prem Kabbo (with Belal Khan & Shafiq)||Imran Mahmudul, Belal Khan & Shafiq||2015|
|Mon Karigor (with Tahsan)||Imran Mahmudul & Tahsan||2016|
|Aaj Bhalobashona (with Bristy & Kona)||Imran Mahmudul||2016|
|Adhek Tumi (with Bappa Mazumder)||Nazir Mahmud & Suman Kalyan||2016|
Imran Mahmudul was born on September 5, 1991, in Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is a student of Engineering University School and College. Imran dropped out of College in 2008 to participate in the Channel I Best Voice competition and failed to take the HSC exam.
Imran Mahmudul made his debut in 2008 with the song “Bhalobashar Lal Golap” with the legendary Bangladeshi musician Sabina Yasmin. He then sang with Sharmin on the mixed album “Rongdhanu.”
In 2010, Imran sang on his first studio album “Shopnoloke.” The song has directed by Arfin Rumey and sung by Sabina Yasmin and Sabrina Porshi. Two years later, Imran released his second album.
In 2015, Imran showed extraordinary talent on the album “Bolte Bolte Cholte Cholte.” The album’s title track was such a hit that it is currently the most-watched Bangladeshi song on YouTube. Imran has also appeared in many music videos and TV commercials, including many albums.