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Ayub Bachchu (1962–2018)

Ayub Bachchu was born on August 16, 1962 in Chittagong, East Pakistan [now in Bangladesh]. He is known for Ammajan (1999), Chorabali (2012) and Bachelor (2004). He was married to Ferdous Ayub Chandana. He died on October 18, 2018 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. See full bio »


(age 56) in Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Known For

Ammajan Music Department
Chorabali Music Department
Bachelor Composer
Gunda Number One Music Department


Hide Hide Show Show Composer (9 credits)
 2014 Ek Cup Cha
 2012 Television
 2009 Trigonometry (TV Movie) (music)
 2009 Emon Deshti Kothao Khuje Pabe Nako Tumi (TV Movie) (music)
 2007 420 (TV Mini Series)
 2006 Loss Project (TV Movie) (main composer)
 2005 Spartacus '71 (TV Movie) (background score)
 2004/II Wrong Number (music director)
 2004 Bachelor (music)
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 2014 Ek Cup Cha (playback singer)
 2012 Chorabali (soundtrack: song - Carefully Careless)
 2004 Bachelor (playback singer)
 2000 Gunda Number One (playback singer)
 1999 Ammajan (playback singer)
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 2009 Chander Moto Bou
Special Appearance (Singer)
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 1999 Ammajan (performer: "Ammajan", "Rag Day", "Tumi Amar Emoni Ekjon", "Swami ar Stri Banai Je Mistri")

Personal Details

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Ferdous Ayub Chandana  (his death)  (2 children)

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