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Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan once said – “All I can do is be me, whoever that is” - This is so very true of a singer on the other side of the globe ruling the hearts of millions by just being “HIM”. Yes! He is the enormously talented singer Rupankar.
“Music flows in my blood”, Rupankar reminisces “From my childhood, I learnt classical vocal from my father Sj. Ritendra Nath Bagchi and at the same time, Rabindra Sangeet from my mother Smt. Sumitra Bagchi. Soon I was ready for formal training from my Guru Sj. Sukumar Mitra in Classical Music and from Sj. Jatileswar Mukhopadhyay in Modern Songs. My first stage performance was at the age of eleven, with my mother beside me.” And thus the journey began.
Music comes naturally to him, instruments delight him, lyrics and tunes inspire him as these are only an integral and inseparable part of "Being HIM" – "BEING RUPANKAR"...
Iman Chakraborty is an Indian singer. Chakraborty won the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer in the year 2017 for her Bengali song “Tumi Jake Bhalobaso” from “Praktan” film which is India's most prestigious award for the singers who lend their vocals for films soundtrack. Accordingly she is one of the few singers who have won a national award for the debut film song in India. Her stage presence and interaction with the audience makes her one of the most sort after entertainers currrently. She says that she loves TSS audience and is very excited to meet them face to face in May.
Goutam Halder is an Indian theatre actor and director from Kolkata. He has a graduate degree from Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Centenary (V.C.) College, Rahara
Goutam Halder was a member of the theatre group Nandikar and performed in plays like Sesh Sakkhatkar, Football, Pheriwalar Mrityu, Meghnadbadh Kabyo and Borda. Among many of his successful undertakings, Sojon Badyiar Ghaat must be named. Meghnad badh kabya is a completely different genre of theater where Goutam Halder's solo performance is based on music, poetry, movements and dance. Then he started another group, Naye Natua, and staged Meghnadbadh Kabyo, Borda Borda (A story by Munshi Premchand) , Jaal (written by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay),Thakurmar Jhuli, Haoai, Othello and Moimonsingha Geetika. He has acted in the title role of the play Sakharam produced by Prachyo.