Today is the 49th birth anniversary of the late Dhallywood actor Salman Shah, who enjoyed unprecedented popularity among film lovers during the ‘90s.
Shahriar Chowdhury Emon, popularly known as Salman Shah, was born on September 19, 1971. He made his silver screen debut in 1993 with Sohanur Rahman Sohan directed film ‘Keyamat Theke Keyamat’, a remake of an Indian film named ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Taak’ in 1993 and never looked back.
Salman, during his four-year film career, acted in 27 films including ‘Shotter Mrittu Nei’, ‘Ontorey Ontorey’, ‘Swapner Thikana’, ‘Anondu Osru’ and others.
Different TV channels will telecast films starring the actor today. Among others, Deepto TV will air two films namely Mohammad Hannan directed ‘Bikshab’ and Reza Hasmat directed ‘Prem Piyashi’. In both films Salman Shah acted opposite actress Shabnur.
Slaman’s lifeless body was found hanging from the ceiling of his bedroom on September 6, 1996. He was 25.
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