Questz World proudly presents 'Jana-Ajana Nazrul' — an audio-biography, based on Kazi Nazrul Islam's life and his creativities, conceptualized & directed by Somerita Mallik, presented by Chhayanat (Kolkata), and published by Swagato Gangopadhyay. It is written by the eminent Nazrul-researcher, Chairman of Bangladesh's Kabi Nazrul Institute and National Professor Dr. Rafiqul Islam. The narration (around 95 minutes) was done by two well-known elocutionists — Sumantra Sengupta & Madhumita Basu.
Questz World proudly presents 'Jhinge Phool' — a recitation-album of 14 children's poems by Kazi Nazrul Islam, presented by Chhayanat (Kolkata), conceptualized & directed by Somerita Mallik, and published by Swagato Gangopadhyay. 'Jhinge Phool' was the first book of poems written by Nazrul for the children and youngsters, and this Audio-CD features more than 30 performing artistes including many children.
'Iti Nazrul' — the first-of-its-kind compilation, released by Questz World, conceptualized by Somerita Mallik, presented by Chhayanat (Kolkata), consists of 57 lesser-known letters written by Kazi Nazrul Islam, now read by 41 eminent artistes from both the Bengals. This unique album (Total Playtime: Over 5 Hours), published by Swagato Gangopadhyay, is the most comprehensive venture on the written letters by Kazi Nazrul Islam. It is also released and sold as 'Shrutibhashyo' by Kabi Nazrul Institute (Bangladesh).
Bulbul Kande Ghazal Gaane
'Bulbul Kande Ghazal Gaane' is a unique Video-DVD (of about 90 minutes), released by Questz World, featuring 12 Ghazals of Kazi Nazrul Islam, sung by Somerita Mallik, and the detailed information about those Ghazals was narrated by Soumitra Chatterjee, one of the most acknowledged and legendary actors. This album also features a bonus video-documentary film by Swagato Gangopadhyay, which includes interviews and clippings of various places of Churulia, where Nazrul was born and lived for years.
'Nazrul' is an one-of-a-kind MP3 compilation, released by Questz World, featuring 130 Nazrul Geetis by 60 most prominent singers of both the Bengals. It includes voice of Kazi Nazrul Islam and many rare high-quality tracks of numerous veterans singers, as well as contemporary artistes. This album, edited and compiled by Swagato Gangopadhyay, was covered in many well-known newspapers and magazines over the years.