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Sabrina Porshi
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Sabrina Porshi
Background information
Native name সাবরিনা পড়শী
Birth name Sabrina Ehsan
Born Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh
Origin Bangladesh
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2008–present

Sabrina Porshi (Bengali: সাবরিনা পড়শী) is a Bangladeshi singer. Sabrina Porshi's career began when she became 2nd runner up in a Music talent hunt show, Channel i "Khude gaan raj", in 2008.[1] Porshi's first song recording was for a movie in 2009 arranged by "Khude Gaan Raj" team.

Early life and music background[edit]

Porshi was born on 30 July to a Muslim family in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her home district is Brahmanbaria.[citation needed] Porshi lived at Uttara for 14 years. She moved to "Cambrian College" for to study commerce.

In 2007, Porshi took part in a singing competition named "Komol kuri" organized by the government, and became winner in "country song" category. In 2008, Porshi participated in Channel i "Khude gaan raj" Singing Competition, her first on-screen appearance. She became the second runner up.


Porshi started her music career professional when she was in "khude gaan raj" competition in 2008. She did her first playback in 2009.[citation needed] That was also her first studio recording. In 2009 she started the work of her solo album Porshi. She made the album with 5 music director. The album was finished in April 2010. The label "Laser Vision" released the album in Eid-ul-Fitr 2010.


After the first album, Porshi started to work as a playback singer from 2011.[citation needed] Her first recorded song in 2011 was "Kothao chile na tumi" with Arfin Rumey. On 14 February 2012 Porshi released her second solo album, Porshi 2. She also did playback songs in 2012. In 2012 Porshi announced her band named "Bornomala".


In Eid-ul-Fitr she released her third solo album Porshi 3.[2]

Music videos[edit]

Her first music video was "Tomari porosh" with Arfin Rumey, from her first album Porshi. This video was directed by Rommo Khan. Then Porshi made another three music videos from her second solo album in 2012. "Khuje khuje", Shudhu tore and Boro Eka "Khuje khuje ft Arfin Rumey"[3] and "Shudhu Tore ft ZooEL Morshed"[4] and "Boro Eka".[5]

In 2013 Porshi made her 5th music video from her album Porshi 3. Porshi and the composer and co-singer of this song Imran acted in this music video.

Solo albums[edit]

Year Name Composer lyricist Co-Singer Label
2010 Porshi Arfin Rumey
Bappa Mazumder
Mahmud Sunny
Robiul Islam jibon
Anurup Aich
Abdar Rahman
Kobir Bakul
Shakkhar Ehsan
Arfin Rumey Laser Vision
2012 Porshi2 Arfin Rumey
Sajid sarkar
Bappa Mazumder
Ibrar Tipu
zooel morshed
Robiul Islam jibon
Anurup Aich
zahid akbar
Mithila Ibrar
Russel o'neil
ZooEL Morshed
Arfin Rumey
ZooEL Morshed
2013 Porshi3 Arfin Rumey
Bappa Mazumder
ZooEL morshed
Jaidev Sen
Amlan & Pupun
Asif Iqbal
Junayed Wasi
Sohel Arman
Robiul Islam Jibon
Zulfiqer Russell
Shurid Sufiyan
Abdar Rahman
Priyo chatterjee
Arfin Rumey
Jaidev Sen
ZooEL Morshed



Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Role Co-Artist Director Language Notes
2016 Mental: It Can Be Your Love Story Special Appearance Shakib Khan Shamim Ahamed Roni Bengali


Year Song Movie Music Director Co-Singer
2009 Chacchu Chacchu amar chacchu Emon Shaha Solo
2015 Moner Duyar Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay Habib Wahid Duet
2015 Tumi Amar Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay hridoy Khan Duet

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Album/Song Result
2011 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Singer Female Nilanjona Nominated
2013 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Singer Female Porshi 3 Nominated[6]


  1. ^ "BBC Bangla - মাল্টিমিডিয়া - পড়শী". Retrieved 11 October 2015. 
  2. ^ 'Porshi 3' releases Sunday Dhaka Tribune, 3 August 2013
  3. ^ Porshi - Khuje Khuje. YouTube. 19 March 2015. Retrieved 11 October 2015. 
  4. ^ Porshi - Shudhu Tore (feat. ZooEL) ft. ZooEL. YouTube. 15 January 2015. Retrieved 11 October 2015. 
  5. ^ Porshi - Boro Eka. YouTube. 19 March 2015. Retrieved 11 October 2015. 
  6. ^ "মেরিল—প্রথম আলো পুরস্কার ২০১৩". 

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