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Sadek Bachchu to be buried Khilgaon Graveyard, not taken to FDC

 Entertainment Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 04:08 PM, 14 September 2020  

Sadek Bachchu

Sadek Bachchu

National Film Award-winning actor Sadek Bachchu died on Monday after contracting coronavirus. He will be buried at Khilgaon graveyard after Asar according to health guidelines. He will not be taken to FDC due to death being infected with coronavirus.

Khorshed Alam Khasru, president of the Bangladesh Film Producers' Association, Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar, president of the directors' association and Zayed Khan, general secretary of the artists' association, confirmed the matter. 

Zayed Khan said, "We will not take his body to FDC because he died of Covid-19. Many will come to take part in funeral. So, to avoid crowd following the health guideline the decision has been taken.”

Where will the body be buried? In this regard, actor Shiba Shanu said that the body will be buried by Anjuman Mufidul Islam, with Janaza after Asar prayer following health regulations as he died of Covid-19.

In his five-decade career, Sadek Bachchu has worked equally on stage, radio, television and cinema. In the nineties, he became known for his performance in director Ehtesham's 'Chandni'. He started acting on stage before radio or television. The name of his theater troupe is Motijheel Theater; He is still the president of the party. Still writes plays, directs. This year, their team took the play to the open stage of the book fair.

Producer Abdullah Yusuf Imam called Sadek Bachchu on BTV after seeing his performance in a play on the stage of Mahila Samiti. In 1974, he acted in the play 'Prothom Angikar' on BTV. So far, he has acted in more than a thousand plays. The first acting movie was 'Ramer Sumati' directed by Shahidul Amin.

Notable films of this multi-faceted actor include 'Judge Barrister Police Commissioner', 'Jibon Nodir Tire', 'Jor kore Valobasha Hoy na', 'Tomar Majhe Ami', 'Dhaka to Bombay', 'Valobasha Zindabad', 'Ek Joban', ' Amar Sapna Amar Sangshar ',' Bodhu Boron', ' Maidan ', 'Ananda Asruu', 'Sujan Sakhi 'etc.

In 2018, Sadek Bachchu received 'National Film Award' for his performance in Ekti Cinemar Golpo'.
 

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