Printed on Fri Oct 07 2022 12:01:49 AM
Happy Birthday to 'Bangladeshi Cinema' Actor Ferdous Ahmed
Ferdous Ahmed was born on 7 June 1972, he is a Bangladeshi film actor and producer. He acts in Bangladesh and Indian Bengali films.
He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor 5 times for his roles in the films Hothat Brishti (1998), Gangajatra (2009), Kusum Kusum Prem (2011), Ek Cup Cha (2014) and Putro (2018).
Ferdous debuted in the film Hothat Brishti (1998), directed by Basu Chatterjee. He won his first Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor for the lead role in the film. He then acted in Chatterjee's two other films – Chupi Chupi (2001) and Tak Jhal Mishti (2002).
In 2003, he performed in Chandrokotha of filmmaker Humayun Ahmed and Kal Shokale of Amjad Hossain. He then acted in Bachelor (2004), directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki and ‘Meher nigar’ – the first film that is made from the writing of national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam and directed by Moushumi – Guljar. In the next year 2005, Ahmed again performed in the second film made from the script of national poet's literature. The film was named Rakkhushi and he acted with actress Rojina. In the same year, he also acted in the film Ayna directed by actress Kabori Sarwar.
In 2006, Ferdous worked on two films by Didarul Alam. The first was made from the first novel of Humayun Ahmed, Nondito Noroke, directed by Belal Ahmed. The second was directed by Didarul Alam and named Na Bolona.
In 2008, Ahmed performed in the film Rupantor directed by Abu Saeed. In 2009, acting in the film Gangajatra brought him the second National Film Award.
In 2010, Ahmed acted in films like Golapi Ekhon Bilatey by Amjad Hossain, based on sports perspective ‘Jaago’ directed by Khijir Hayat and the film based upon a special character in the film Ke Apon Ke Por. In the meantime, Ferdous also acted in an Indian action film and participated in the film Khoka Babu in 2012.