Television actor, director and writer Humayun Sadhu passed away at Square Hospitals in the capital in the early hours of Friday. He was 35.
Shadhu died at around 1:30 am. He became ill on October 2 in Dhaka. His family members took him to Chattrogram and admitted him to a hospital on October 5. Shadhu was later shifted to Bangladesh Specialized Hospital where the doctors said that he had suffered a brain stroke. After Shadhu suffered a second stroke on Sunday night, he was rushed to Square Hospitals where he was admitted to the ICU and kept on life support till he passed away on Friday.
‘His namaz-e-janaza was held at Rahim Metal Jame Mosque in Tejgaon after Jumma prayers on Friday. He was buried on the mosque premises after Asr prayers,’ Mostofa Sarwar Farooki told New Age.
As a television director, script writer and actor, Humayun Sadhu was a man of inspiration who struggled a lot to achieve in his short life. He was seventh of nine siblings.
He won the hearts of viewers for his acting in Mostofa Sarwar Farooki directed Un Manush.
In 2017, he debuted as a director in his critically acclaimed television drama ‘Chikon Pin er Charger’.
His first book, ‘Nonai’ was published at 2019 Ekushey Book Fair.
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