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Aa Mori Bangla Bhasha 2019

Aa Mori Bangla Bhasha(Ek Sondhye Onek Gaan) – is an event to celebrate International Mother’s Language Day also known as “Bhasha Diwas” on 21st February 2019. The 4th year of this event will have the theme as “100 Years of Bengali Cinema”. A musical evening wherein a series of renowned artists will come together to pay a tribute to Bengali Cinema by way of Rabindra Sangeet and Contemporary Poetry.

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Mio Football Fever

Bengal, are you ready? It’s time to gear up for the FIFA World Cup 2018. All the Football Fans out there, brace yourselves for an exciting Contest! Mio Amore celebrates the season of Football in a big way. Just answer two questions on Football and get a chance to Win Mio Amore Gift Voucher!

Mathemazic – Award of Excellence in Mathematics

“Mathemazic – Award of Excellence in Mathematics” Prize Distribution Ceremony followed by a mesmerizing performance by Somlata and The Aces will be held at G.D Birla Sabhaghar, Ballygunge on April 22, 2018 from 5 P.M onwards. FREE Passes available at selected outlets till stocks last. Hurry!

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Aa Mori Bangla Bhasha

Aa Mori Bangla Bhasha presented by Mio Amore was an event to remember. Hosted at Kala Mandir on the occasion of International Mother Language Day (21st February). the evening saw the likes of Srijato, Lopamudra Mitra, Jayati Chakroborty, Srikanto Acharya and Manomay Bhattacharya who sung songs mostly composed by Jatileshwar to pay homage to the legendary composer and musician. And remembered those who lost their lives in fight for the language.Here are some moments from that unforgettable evening.


Pratidin Features the Mio Amore Jingle

Pratidin covers the launch of the foot-tapping Mio Amore jingle scripted by famed poet Srijato, composed by the celebrated singer-actor Anindya and sung by none other than Rupankar.





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