Yusuf Ahmed Khan
Subir uncle (Subir Nandi) was my guardian. He was our groomer in the 2006 reality show. He especially guided me, loved me like a child. He always told me to keep the song regularly. He actually considered teenagers. He used to state that the truth is shows, we should sing the songs of the country's artists, we have to sing basic songs. Following his instructions, I have sung songs of the country's artists, practicing basic songs. I was lucky to be able to do the song "A Kon Fagun" composed by him. He composed this song for Shakila aunt (Shakila Sharma).
I place Subir sir after my dad
Subir Nandi is among the artists who've influenced my music career. He has somehow shaped my musical life. He himself taught me the song "Chaade kolongko ache jemon". That's what I sang on the truth show. Here is the first happy memory of my entire life with him. My sad memories with Subir Sir are that your day his body found its way to the united states from Singapore, we took him from the airport to the crematorium.
The only way to honor him is to purify yourself
In 2009 2009, I became the winner of "Sera Kantha Season Two". Subir da was not only a judge, he was also our groomer. He was one of our guardians, like my father. He's an inspiration to the younger generation of artists. The way he has adopted a fresh generation of artists, no one else has been able to do it like him. In 2016, he was in Kolkata, India for dialysis. In those days I also went to Calcutta. When he visited see him at his house, he spoke very sincerely. Just how many said that! He gave me courage and encouragement.
As an artist I don't go to just work at all. I donot sing all of the songs. I want to express myself elegantly. So I work selectively. This can be the choice of good work, the problem is learned from Subir da. The only method to honor him is to purify yourself. Constantly taking one's own music towards more purity. He used to do that all enough time. I am trying that too.