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Abdur Razzak

Abdur Razzak (born 23 January 1942), populalry called Razzak, is a famous Bangla movie actor. He became famous as a film hero in the mid 1960s. Throughout the rest of the decade, as well as in 1970s, Razzak was considered as the top actor in Bangladeshi movie industry that is popularly known as Dollywood.

Razzak was born in Kolkata, Bengal, (now in West Bengal, before the partition of India). He migrated to erstwhile East Pakistan in 1964. Initially, Razzak became a favourite of the viewers of Pakistan Television acting in a TV series Ghoroa. One of his earliest appearances on the big screen was in a cameo role in Salahuddin Productions' classic comedy Tero Nombor Feku Ostagar Len (Number 13 Feku Ostagar Lane) after which he only rose upwards due to his indomitable talent. He went on to make more than 300 appearances in Bangla and Urdu movies. He also directed around sixteen movies.

Razzak is a UNFPA goodwill ambassador [1].

Filmography

Title Director Actress
Moina Moti Kabori
Nil Akasher Nichey Kabori
Boro Vhalo Manush Chilo
Beiman Kabori
Rongbaj Kabori
Chor Shabnam
Songita Kabori
Monar mota mon Kabori
Laili Mojnu Bobita
Obujh mon Shabana

References

  1. ^ UNFPA Goodwill Ambassadors: Abdur Razzak, from UNFPA website

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