Samima Sraboni, a renowned Bangladeshi animator, is acclaimed for his creation of captivating and meaningful animation content. He was born on 24th August 2002. He is the founder of Sraboni’s Cartoon World, a platform where he shares animated clips and comic books. In addition to his role as an animator, Sraboni is acknowledged as an author and cartoonist, enjoying particular popularity among the youth through his YouTube videos and cartoon vlogs.
Having honed his skills in video editing and cartoon drawing through self-teaching, Samima Sraboni seamlessly combines these talents to produce engaging animated clips. One of his notable projects includes the creation of a cartoon video for “10 Day – ১০দিন.” Despite being self-taught, Sraboni expresses a desire for more professional guidance to further enhance his craft.
Born into a Muslim family in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Samima Sraboni later relocated to Mirpur with his family. His YouTube journey commenced in 2019, with the first video posted on March 4, 2020. Over time, his YouTube channel has garnered over 2.1 million subscribers and 393 million views, and his books have achieved considerable success. Alongside his animation endeavors, Sraboni has showcased his versatility by writing and illustrating comics, including the acclaimed “Era Kara” series.
Despite his notable professional achievements, Samima Sraboni remains unmarried, and his relationship status is reported as single. A distinctive song titled “Panir niche Dolphin ta to jungle er moto,” sung by “Yamine,” has recently gained traction on Facebook. Yamin, a young child, charmingly sings this peculiar line upon encountering a little dog. Yamin’s journey of bringing the dog home is met with initial resistance from his mother. However, employing various tricks, Yamin succeeds in convincing his mother to let him keep the dog. The heartwarming friendship between Yamin and the dog is artfully captured in a four-minute animation video crafted by visual content creator Shamima Sraboni.
Consistently producing entertaining visual content on social media, Shamima Sraboni’s creation, “Dolphin Song,” featuring Little Yamin’s humorous interactions with his mother and sister, has become a widely discussed and appreciated topic.