Entertainment Report :Popular singer of present time Nishita Barua has already given her vocal for seven movies till now. But she had no experience to render song for two playback tracks in same day. For the first time, she rendered songs for two playback tracks in same day. Nishita gave her vocal for the playback track, which lyrics were written by the Ekushey Padak and National Film Award winning lyricist Gazi Mazharul Anwar, in Saimon Tarik directed movie Matir Pori. Title of the playback tracks is Raat-er akash chand haraley agami raat-ei uthey. Promising music composer Ahmed Humayun has composed tune and music of the playback track. Nishita gave her vocal for the track at Shruti Recording Studio in the city’s Moghbazar area on Thursday evening. However, Nishita also gave her vocal for another playback track in a new movie of JAJ Multimedia under the music direction of Kishore. Here she gave her vocal for a duet playback track along with Kishore. While talking in this regard Nishita told this correspondent, “Earlier I had rendered song which lyrics were written by Gazi sir. He is my respectable person. I am also fan of his songs. It is really fortunate that I again got the opportunity to render song under his written lyrics. I am also grateful to Saimon Tarik and Ahmed Humayun to give me the opportunity to render song in two movies. The song in which I and Kishore rendered is really nice and melodious.”Rabiul Islam Jibon has written lyrics of the songs under the composition of Kishore. Title of this playback track is Ek minute e prem korbo tor sathey hazarbar. It may be mentioned that shooting of Saimon Tarik’s movie Matir Pori will start from February 21. Symon, Lamia, Moumita, among others, will perform in the movie.Nishita Barua firstly rendered song for playback track in Mohammad Hossain Jemy directed movie Bajao Biyer Bajna. Her debut solo album titled Aamai Niye Cholo was released in 2007. Now Nishita is working to release her next solo album. Recording of the four tracks of her new album has already been done, Nishita said.