Putting all speculations to rest, the music video of singer Asif Akbar was finally released on the YouTube channel of Dhruba Music Station on Thursday.
After a 13-year long hiatus, celebrated singer Asif has come up with the new music video for his fans again.
Earlier, Dhruba Music Station released the audio of the number styled Agun on the music market of the country on February 25.
The singer along with two models has recently stood before camera for the music video at different shooting spots of BFDC in the city.
Talking to daily sun, Asif said, “This number is a bit of item genre, and my fans will find me in the video in a totally different and new avatar.”
“I hope the lyrics of the song will be able to touch the hearts of Bengali musicophiles,” he added.
Asif has lent his voice to the number titled Agun written by Suhrid Sufian and composed and directed by Zooel Morshed in the video.
Under the banner of Dhruba Music Station, noted director Saikat Naser has instructed the music video.
Earlier, Asif first worked on a music video titled Uro Megh under the direction of Taniya Ahmed in 2003.
Asif Akbar is such an artiste who needs no introduction. With his exquisite voice, the born singer has craved a special niche in the minds of Bengali musicophiles.
The God-gifted vocalist has played duets with legendary singers like Kavita Krishnamurthy, Kumar Sanu, Bappa Majumdar, Dolly Shaontoni, Suzana Ansar, Sonia, Kaniz Suborna, Dinat Jahan Munni, and Monir Khan.
The rarely talented artiste has found instant fame through presenting some hit solo albums like O Priya Tumi Kothay, Tumii Sukhi How, Tumii Kotha Rakhoni, Sukhe Theko Tumi Bandhobi, and Pashani Tumi Pashani.
With more than 120 albums to his credit, the versatile artiste has eventually emerged as one of the most popular singers of the country.
Besides, the serial hitmaker has also achieved great fame by doing playback in a huge number of feature films.
In recognition of his contributions to musical arena of the country, Asif Akbar was honoured with National Film Awards for Best Singer two times and Meril Prothom Alo Awards for a record six times that too with two in a row.