Alexa Mosharraf Karim flew to Canada on birthday! 

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Mosharraf Karim flew to Canada on birthday! 

 Entertainment Correspondent

 Published: 05:35 PM, 22 August 2019  

Mosharraf Karim

Mosharraf Karim

Mosharraf Karim, the popular actor of the small screen, has captivated viewers in their hearts for more than a decade. Today is his birthday. On this day in 1971, the actor was in Barishal district. But this year, he is not spending his birthday in the country.

He was flown to Canada on Thursday morning with his family. He is leaving for Canada for spending holidays with family after a busy schedule in Eid. He was shooting continuously throughout the year. If all goes well, he will return home on September 7.

Mosharraf Karim married Robena Reza Jui on October 7, 2004. Jui is also an actor. Their only child Robin Ryan Karim.

He joined ‘Natto Kendra’, one of the drama theater in Dhaka, in 1986. He acted in ‘Bichu’ and ‘Protisoron’ with the group. He is still a member of the team. 

Mosharraf stepped on a small screen in a play titled ‘Otithi’ in 1999. Later, he gained popularity by acting in several plays. The play ‘Kyaram’ in 2004 is considered to be the turning point of his career. 

Mosharraf Karim’s performance in Sagar Jahan’s ‘Sikander Box’ was gained enormous appreciation. So far, he has acted in more than 1000 plays. At the same time, he has also been acting in films. His first film ‘Joyjatra’. Later, he starred in films like ‘Rupkothar Golpo’, ‘Daruchini Deep’, ‘Third Person Singular Number’, ‘Projapati’, ‘Television’, ‘Jalaler Golpo’, and ‘Oggatonama’.  

The name of his first acting movie is 'Joyjitra'. Later he starred in films like 'Rupkathar Kahani', 'Cinnamon Island', 'Third Person Singular Number', 'Butterfly', 'Television', 'Jalal's Story' and 'Anonymous'.

Several plays by Mosharraf Karim have also been broadcasted in this year’s Eid. The plays are- ‘Jomoj-12’, ‘Behind the Puppy’, ‘Mansommane Nei’, ‘Unmindful’, ‘Bhalobashar Sordi Kashi’, ‘Eitai Bhalobasha’, ‘Mugdho Byakoron’, ‘Ashroy’, ‘Rajon the King’, ‘Kabul Bolli Ke’, ‘Baba Hote Chai’, and ‘Kathpensiler Kahini’.