Misa Sawdagar turns ‘54’ today...

Dhaka, Saturday   23 January 2021

Daily Bangladesh wishes him ‘Happy Birthday’

Misa Sawdagar turns ‘54’ today

 Entertainment Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 10:53 AM, 4 January 2021   Updated: 10:54 AM, 4 January 2021

Misa Sawdagar

Misa Sawdagar

Misa Sawdagar, a powerful film actor in the Bengali film and the president of the Bangladesh Film Artistes Association, has turned 54 years old today. Daily Bangladesh wishes him ‘Happy Birthday’.

Born on 4 January 1966,  Misa Sawdagar appeared in more than 800 films.

On the occasion of his birthday, Misa Sawdagar did not make any additional plans due to the current Covid situation in the country. He will spend the day with his wife Mitu and sons.

“Birthday means my age has increased. I urge everyone to pray for me so that I can be with my family all the time. I do not have any extra zest for this day,” he said, regarding the celebration of his birthday.

Misha Sawdagar started the journey in the film industry by winning the ‘Actor Hunt’ contest arranged by BFDC in 1986. He starred as a hero through ‘Chetona’ film directed by Chattku Ahmed in 1990. He also acted in the role of hero in the film ‘Amarsangi’, but did not get success in either of the two.

Later, various directors advised him to play the role of an antagonist. He started acting as an antagonist in the ‘Asha Amar Valobasha’ film directed by Tamiz Uddin Rizvi. After completing the film’s shooting, he signed up to play as an antagonist in seven other films.

After that, he did not need to look behind and establish himself as the most powerful actor in the film industry.

There is an interesting story about this actor’s name. Misha Sawdagar’s grandfather’s name is Jummon Sawdagar. Misha’s full name is Shahid Hasan. He married Mita. He named himself ‘Misha’ by putting together his wife Mita’s name as ‘Mi’ and his name ‘Sha’, and later, he added ‘Sawdagar’ after his grandfather’s Sawdagar title.

His notable films are – ‘Asha Amar Valobasha’, ‘Shotter Mrittu Nei’, ‘Buker Vetor Agun’, ‘Shanto Keno Mastan’, ‘Banglar Bagh’, ‘Kabin Naama’, ‘Maa Amar Swargo’, ‘Jodi Bou Sajogo’, ‘Sontan Amar Ohongkar’,  ‘Amar Jaan Amar Pran’, ‘Tumi Amar Prem’, ‘Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na’, ‘Koti Takar Prem’, ‘Most Welcome’, ‘Agnee’, etc. 

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