Veteran actor Abdus Sattar passed away on Tuesday. He was 72.
Bangladesh Film Artistes’ Association general secretary Zayed Khan confirmed the matter to New Age.
‘Abdus Sattar received huge response from film lovers for his acting in the film “Rangin Rupban” in 1980s. He had been suffering from age-related complications. His condition deteriorated on Tuesday evening. He died on the way to hospital,’ Zayed Khan told New Age.
‘Abdus Sattar was a lifetime member of Bangladesh Film Artistes’ Association. He was our senior. We all respected him. His contribution to our film industry cannot be forgotten,’ said Zayed Khan.
Abdus Sattar is survived by his wife, three daughters and a son.
He was buried at his family graveyard at Rupganj in Narayanganj district after his namaz-e-janaza at round 10:00am on Wednesday.
Abdus Sattar during his three-decade career acted in over 100 films.
The popular actor of the ‘80s has been battling illness for a long time. He had suffered three strokes in 2012, 2015 and 2018.
Sattar had acted in ‘Rangin Rupban’, ‘Shat Bhai Champa’, ‘Madhumala Madan Kumar’, ‘Arun Varun Kiran Mala’, ‘Sagarkanya’, ‘Shishmahal’, ‘Jhar Tufan’, ‘Gharbhanga Sansar’, ‘Jail Meye Roshni’, ‘Chachchu Amar Chachchu’ and others.
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