Mizu Ahmed’s death anniversary observed

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 22:08, Mar 29,2018

 
 

Mizu Ahmed

Bangladesh Cholochitro Shilpi Samiti observed the first death anniversary of popular Dhallywood actor and former president of BCSS Mizu Ahmed through a commemorative programme held its office at Bangladesh Film Development Corporation on Wednesday.
The programme featured a discussion and doa-mahfil.
President of BCSS Misha Saudagar, its general secretary Zayed Khan, film actors Alamgir, Ilias Kanchan and president of Bangladesh Film Directors Association Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar, among others, were present at the programme.
Mizu Ahmed played villain in over 800 films. He debuted in Dhallywood with Trishna in 1978 and quickly emerged as one of the most popular actors in a negative role. Some of his notable films are Surrender, Mohanagar, Boshira, Lal Badsha, Mohila Hostel, Big Boss, Hingsha Protihingsa, and others. He received national film award for his 1992 film Trash.
Mizu Ahmed had his own production house named Friends Movies and produced a number of films under the banner. He was also elected as the president of Bangladesh Film actor’s Association for a term.
Born on November 17, 1953 in Kushtia, Mizu Ahmed’s acting career spanned over four decades. He died of cardiac arrest in the last year while travelling by train from Dhaka to Dinajpur to join shooting of a film titled ‘Manush Omanush’. 

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