Shithi Saha is a famous Bangladeshi singer who was born in Kushtia, Bangladesh and also raised in there. She has done playback in Projapoti (2011) film with veteran Ferdous Wahid. She sings Tagore songs, folk and also film songs in general. She has made four studio albums. She has won more than 100 Awards in that years, including four National Awards given for Rabindra Sangeet.
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Shithi Saha was born in a Hindu family in Kushtia and also brought up there by her family members and parents.
She learned music from her mother. Shithi’s mentors were Ashok Saha and Late Ohaidul Huq. She learnt classical, folk and modern styles of music from Chhayanaut and Shommelon Parishad.
She is not married yet and her relationship status is currently single. Shithi loves to keep her personal life private.
Shithi Saha is a well known Bengali Singer who began her journey from an young age. She was passionate about music since her early life. In 2005, She debuted with the album Kichu Bolbo Bole, a compilation of Tagore songs. It gained popularity. Till now she has worked with so many famous artists. Shithi has appeared in a different manner in the latest music video of her duet song with popular singer Habib Wahid.
- Kichu Bolbo Bole (2005)
- Kolpona (2009)
- Golpo Patay (2011)
- Mon Balika (2015)
- “Raat Jaga Pakhi”
- “Unkey Khayalon Mein”
- Projapoti (‘Taka’ song with Ferdous Wahid)
- Pushpa (‘Saami Saami’ song in Bengali)
- Bangladesh National Awards – Best Tagore Singer (4 times)
- Special honour at Indo-Bangladesh Cultural Festival, 2016
- Winner: Bachsas Award for Best Female Playback Singer – 2016 for Bhola To Jayna Tare