Bangladeshi TV Actor Masum Beginning of theater:
Masum Aziz started his journey in theatre in Chittagong University in 1972 and television dramas in 1985. So far he has acted in almost 300 to 400 dramas. He has been involved in Dhaka Podatik since 1979; his last performance for the Dhaka Theatre was in the famous drama ‘Bishad shindhu’ in 1991. The script of the drama was written by Biplop Bala and directed by Jamil Ahmed.
Bangladeshi TV Actor Masum Important works:
Among Masum Aziz’s notable performances – ‘Gohine shobdo’, ‘Rup gawal’, ‘Ghani’, ‘Gurellia’ are considered.
Bangladeshi TV Actor Masum Received Rewards:
Masum Aziz received National Award in 2006 for his acting in the movie ‘Ghani’. His other movie ‘Gohine shobdo’ has received nomination in three categories in the ‘Silent River International Film Festival’ occurred in California, United States. Masum Aziz has received nomination in the best actor category and Kushum Shikdar has received the best actress nomination. Before that, ‘Gohine shobdo’ received three international awards in Canadian Film Festival.
Enamul Haque is a famous Bangladeshi drama director and Television Actor. He is an actor, writer and a teacher and teaching in the department of chemistry in the Bangladesh Engineering University.
Dr. Enamul Haque Birth and education life:
Dr. Enamul Haque Family life:
Enamul Hague’s wife is also a famous actress Lucky Enam. The couple has two daughters – Hridi Haque married with Litu Anam and Prioti married with Shaju Khadem.
Dr. Enamul Haque has long been engaged as a teacher in the chemistry department of the Bangladesh Engineering University. He performed various revolutionary dramas during the public revolt of 1969. In 1970 he participated in the non – cooperation movement against the oppression of Aiyub Khan by demonstrating street dramas, moving in the trucks with his team in the banner of ‘Srijoni’. He acted in a innumerous number of dramas; so far 18 of his dramas have been published in special magazines and books.
Among the notable books of Enamul Haque there are ‘Nirjon Shoikote’, ‘Griho bashi’, ‘ Mukti juddho Natok shomogro’, ‘Strindbarg er duto natok’, ‘Mohakaler ghor shouar’, ‘Bangla amar bangla’ etc. his drama book ‘Natyo troyi’ was published in the Ekushe book fair.
Dr. Enamul Haque receiving Rewards:
Bangladeshi Model and Actor Abul Hayat is undoubtedly one of the most prominent and talented actor of all time in Bangladesh. This veteran actor has been performing consistently since 1969. He acted in many of the creations of famous writer late Humayun Ahmed. ‘Mishir Ali’ is one of the memorable characters among them.
Abul Hayat Birthday:
Abul Hayat was born in 7th September, 1944 in the district of Murshidabad of the then West Bengal.
Abul Hayat Working life:
Abul Hayat started his acting life in 1969 and the name of the first drama was ‘Idipas’. He has so far acted in more than five hundred television dramas. He is also a novelist. His first novel named ‘Apluto Moru’ was released in the book fair on 1991. After that, more novels were released such as ‘Nirjhor Shonnikote’, ‘Esho Nipbone’, ‘Ochena Tara’, ‘Jibon khatar foot note’ and ‘Jimmi’. Abul Hayat also writes articles in some newspapers. His regular column named ‘Esho Nipobone’ is regularly published in Prothom Alo.
Abul Hayat Family life:
Abul Hayat’s father Abdus Salam was the general secretary of the Wajiullah Institute of Chittagong Railway. He completed his matriculation (SSC) from Chittagong Collegiate and Railway High School and ISC from Chittagong College and admitted in BUET in 1962. He stayed in Sher – E – Bangla Hall at that time. He joined in Dhaka WASA in 1968 after graduating in Civil Engineering in 1967. In the year of 1970 he got married with Mahfuza Khatun Shirin who was the sister in law of his elder sister. During the liberation war of 1971, their first child Bipasha Hayat was born 23rd of March. The second child Natasha Hayat was born after six years.
Abul Hayat Acted Film List:
1. Third person singular number (2009)
2. Daruchini dip (2007)
3. Joyjatra (2004)
4. Aguner Porsohmoni (1995).
Today’s busy actress of television, dancer and presenter Sabrina Safi Nisha is mainly a dancer who has gained popularity through her acting. Although she was born in Khulna, Nisha was brought up in the Dhaka City. She is the youngest between two siblings.
Sabrina Safi Nisha Personal Life:
Nisha completed her Master’s degree in English literature from Shiddheshawri College. She got married with Saidul Islam Bappy who is a banker of a private bank. They married each other in family arrangement after five years of the affair. Their ‘Gaye Holud’ took place in the magical figure of last year 12.12.12.
Sabrina Safi Nisha acting career:
Her first appearance in front of the television camera took place as a child artist when she was eleven months old. It was in the drama named ‘Mohona’ directed by Zia Ansari and telecasted on BTV.
After that, she appeared in the television as a child artist again in the drama ‘Shobuj Shathi’ directed by famous writer Humayun Ahmed in the year 1997. After a several years of break she performed again in the drama ‘Sporsher baire’ directed by Shahiduzzaman Selim; the drama was telecasted in NTV.
Nisha was acting regularly in the long serial drama ‘Gulshan Avenue’ since 2008. She also learned to dance well besides her acting and become popular as an actress and dancer.
Sabrina Safi Nisha Remarkable Dramas:
• Ghure Darano
• Diba Ratri Khola Thake
• Ronger Songsar
• Tin Vubon
• Sat Konna
• Gulshan Avenue
Sabrina Safi Nisha Remarkable Telefilms:
• Gonona Nirvul
• Forth Class Society
Sabrina Safi Nisha Remarkable Films:
• Daruchini Dip
Bangladeshi Model and actress Farhana Mili won the heart of people through her ‘Monpura’; and almost five years passed since then, Mili could not hold the continuity of her acting after that huge success of ‘Monpura’. She did not even act in television in this period of time.
After the breaking of the affair, Mili started her new life getting married and having child. So she is normally out of the stardom now, although she is trying to be regular in acting from this year. Critics have said that it is almost like starting a new career.
Mili said about her return after long break, “It is not worthy to act in ordinary pieces of work after acting in such a hugely popular film like ‘Monpura’. In the mean while I was busy with my home and child. So I was away from acting. But now I’m preparing myself again for acting in the film. I will surely participate if I will find good stories in hand and I’m waiting for that. And I am acting in television dramas now.”
Beside all these, she is modeling in a new advertisement which is made to raise consciousness among pregnant women. Mily is now busy in the shooting of Eid drama ‘Kha’. Another half dozen of work have just been completed which are directed by Aronno Anwar, Choyonika Chowdhury, Ashraf Dipu, Rajib Salehin and Alvi Ahmed.
Apart from this, Mily is acting in four serial dramas. These are ‘Tini ashben’ by Maruf Mithu, ‘Ekjon Mayaboti’ by Majharul Islam, ‘Shunno theke shuru’ and ‘Dohon’ by Aronno Anwar. Mily informed that the ongoing serials will soon be on air. She is not interested in production or direction anyhow. She has a creative mind which she wants to apply now in her acting.
Mili said that she has no interest in production but has a lot of curiosity in directing television dramas and films. “Perhaps I will try this, but not now; it could be several years after” – she said.
Series/Tournaments: Bangladesh tour of West Indies
Faruque Ahmed, Bangladesh’s chief selector, has a full plate to deal with ahead of the meeting to pick the squads for the upcoming tour of the West Indies. The limited-overs side is likely to be announced in the next few days after he submits it to the BCB, along with the players included in the Test squad.
Changing conditions in the Caribbean, Bangladesh’s worrying batting form and bowling resources, and the absence of their top cricketer are among the many factors he will have to consider.
Shakib Al Hasan’s six-month suspension means that for the first time Bangladesh will not select him though he is fully fit. “Shakib is a very important player but this is part of cricket,” Faruque said. “Some players get injured, though Shakib has been suspended. We have played without him in the recent past. From the point of view of the chief selector, we have to add an extra player when replacing Shakib. I think we can fill his place by picking an extra batsman or bowler.”
Bangladesh won eight out of 21 ODIs that Shakib missed in the last six years; four since March 2013. However, they have lost all their ODIs in 2014. Tamim Iqbal’s form is a major concern, as are Mahmudullah and Nasir Hossain’s lean patches.
“Apart from a stray innings or two, our batting in the last few series hasn’t been up to the mark,” Faruque said. “We couldn’t win a low-scoring match in the India series, so the batting department needs our attention. Many of our players have lost rhythm, which we also have to consider. These bilateral series are important ahead of the World Cup. We want to win, and at the same time see these series as preparation.
“I am seeing them batting against short-pitched bowling in the indoor nets, so they are training on particular skills. I hope they can turn the corner and get past their shortcomings.
Faruque did not explicitly say he is considering Tamim, but he is making arrangements with an eye on the opener’s form. “Tamim is one of our best players. We hope that most of our key players return to form before the World Cup. When they go through a bad patch, we keep an eye whether they are doing the other things properly. He is working hard, trying. But it is not clear when he will return to form. We have options, so we are making a team in that way.”
Thirteen players out of the preliminary squad of 25 were part of the ODI series against India in June, with only Ziaur Rahman being cut. There will be talk of Imrul Kayes, who scored a Test hundred and an ODI fifty in his only opportunities this year, while also top scoring for Bangladesh A in their largely unsuccessful tour of the West Indies in May and June. Robiul Islam and Shafiul Islam will also be considered, though Robiul only for Tests.
Rubel Hossain could be considered, though he hasn’t played competitive cricket since March, while Arafat Sunny will also be discussed due to Shakib’s absence. Faruque all but ruled out picking an uncapped player for this tour.
“We learn a lot about players in these A tours. We sent a combination of senior players and youngsters to West Indies this time. It will have an effect on the team selection. We will keep in mind those who performed there. I thought Mominul, Nasir, Imrul and Shuvo played well.
“We always think of adding one or two new boys. I am not saying there won’t be anyone new in the team this time but we are mindful of the conditions and the challenges of playing in West Indies.”
Faruque was not sure whether pace or spin would be Bangladesh’s stronger suit in the Caribbean. In the second and third ODIs against India, Mashrafe Mortaza, Al-Amin Hossain and Taskin Ahmed impressed in helpful seaming conditions, but in the last 12 months spinners have taken the most wickets for Bangladesh. However, Abdur Razzak and Sohag Gazi have struggled this year.
“We have had to consider recent conditions in the West Indies before we select the team,” Faruque said. “There used to be a lot of bounce in wickets there but it has changed, become a lot more varied. Maybe there is a thought of not taking too many fast bowlers there, but at the same time we must realise West Indies will play to their strength. We have to consider our strength too, whether that is spin or pace.”