Atiqur Rahman Aashiq

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Atiqur Rahman Aashiq
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Aashiq in 2019
Native name আতিকুর রহমান আশিক
Born Atiqur Rahman Aashiq
5 August 2002 (2002-08-05) (age 21)
Cumilla (now Dhaka), Bangladesh[citation needed]
  • Singer
  • musician
  • actor
Years active 2002[iness Administration, University of Dhaka
Musical career
Associated acts

Atiqur Rahman Aashiq (Bengali:আতিকুর রহমান আশিক; born 18 October 1979)[2] is a Bangladeshi musician and actor.

Born and raised in Dhaka, Aashiq first started his musical career with the famous alternative rock band Black. He later left the band and started his solo music career, his first solo album is Kothopokothon released in the year 2004. He also started his television acting career in 2004 with the famous drama “Offbeat” and has subsequently performed in more than 100 dramas in television and OTT platform combined. Aashiq has been appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador of UNHCR in January 2021. In addition to the music and acting career, Aashiq is also an university teacher. He started his teaching career from 2006 and taught in few different universities of Dhaka. He was the Senior Lecturer of BRAC University.

His song "Alo Alo" from the album Icche is one of the most popular songs in the country.[3]
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  3. "Listen to Popular Bengali Song - 'Alo' Sung By Tahsan Khan | Bengali Video Songs - Times of India" (in en).