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Sanjeeb Choudhury was born on 25 December, 1964 in Baniachang, Habiganj, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), is a Singer, songwriter, lyricist, composer, writer, journalist and political activist. At 56 years old, Sanjeeb Choudhury height not available right now. We will update Sanjeeb Choudhury's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Singer, songwriter, lyricist, composer, writer, journalist and political activist
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 25 December 1964
Birthday 25 December
Birthplace Baniachang, Habiganj, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
Nationality Bangladeshi

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His wife is Progga Nasrin Shilpi

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Sanjeeb Choudhury Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Sanjeeb Choudhury worth at the age of 56 years old? Sanjeeb Choudhury’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer. He is from Bangladeshi. We have estimated Sanjeeb Choudhury's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On November 19, 2007, in the age of 42, Choudhury died from brain hemorrhage at the Intensive Care Unit of Apollo Hospital in Dhaka after a sudden sickness on 15 November 2007. He was a humanist philosopher and donated his body for research to the Anatomy Department of Dhaka Medical College.


During the mid 1990s he and Bappa Mazumder formed their band Dalchhut which within a short time gained popularity. In 1996, Dalchhut released their first album Ahh. The duet song in the album Shada Moila Rongila Pale become an instant hit. Dalchhut's second album was Hridoypur (2000), which happened to be their most popular album. In the album, Bappa and Sanjeeb sang the song Gari Chole Na of Shah Abdul Karim which was shown on Ittadi. Choudhury's solo Ami Tomakei Bole Debo was another song of that album. In Dalchhut's third album Aakaashchuri (2002), folk tuned song Bioscope was again shown on Ittadi and became famous. Sanjeeb's solo album Swapnobaji was released in 2005. In 2007, Dalchhut's final album Jochhnabihar (2007) was released after a long break. Sanjeeb wrote the title song Jochhnabihar and tuned and sang some others.


Sanjeeb Choudhury (25 December 1964 – 19 November 2007) was a Bangladeshi singer, songwriter, lyricist, composer, writer, journalist and political activist. He was one of the two leading members of the Bengali band Dalchhut with Bappa Mazumder. Choudhury was the composer in Dalchhut's four albums and wrote and tuned many songs with his popular voice and has one solo album named Swapnobaji. He was admired for his deep voice and known as a lyrical genius in the Bengali music history. He was also a journalist and worked for the newspaper Ajker Kagoj, Bhorer Kagoj, and Jaijaidin. He was an activist during the mass upsurge against the autocratic regime of Hossain Mohammad Ershad.

Choudhury was born at Baniachong Upazila in Habiganj on 25 December 1964. He graduated from the journalism department of Dhaka University and organised various cultural programs and taught his classmates how to sing during his time at the university. During the mass upsurge against Hossain Mohammad Ershad his poems gained popularity as he was known to his Dhaka University colleagues as Sanjeebda or Brother Sanjeeb. He initially sang at a band group named Shongkhochil.