Bangladeshi musicians died at 56

Here are 2 famous musicians from Bangladesh died at 56:

Farrukh Ahmad

Farrukh Ahmad (June 10, 1918 Magura District-October 19, 1974 Dhaka) was a Bangladeshi writer and poet.

He is considered one of the most prominent figures of Bengali literature, particularly in the post-Independence era. Despite coming from a family with a history of being involved in literature and education, Ahmad's early years were filled with poverty and financial struggles. He pursued his education in a Hindi-medium school, but was later sent to Kolkata to study English in hopes of improving his future prospects.

Ahmad started his literary career as a poet and went on to publish several collections of poetry. However, he is best known for his novels and short stories. His writing often explored social issues and complexities of human relationships. His most famous works include his novel "Nayak" and his collection of short stories "Kancher Dewal".

In addition to writing, Ahmad was also involved in politics and social activism. He was a member of the Communist Party of East Pakistan and was imprisoned several times for his political beliefs. Despite facing numerous challenges in his life, Ahmad remained dedicated to his work and has left an indelible mark on Bengali literature.

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Fazle Lohani

Fazle Lohani (March 12, 1929 Bangladesh-October 30, 1985) was a Bangladeshi personality.

He was a prominent journalist, writer and a respected political figure in Bangladesh. Lohani was the editor of "The Daily Ganakantha", one of the most popular newspapers in the country. He played an instrumental role in the cultural and political movements that took place during the 1950s and 60s in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). He was arrested several times throughout his career due to his outspoken criticisms of the government. Despite facing significant opposition, he continued to write and advocate for social and political change until his untimely death in 1985. Lohani's legacy remains an important part of Bangladeshi history, and he is remembered as a fearless advocate for the people.

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