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Native name  অমিত হাসান
Occupation  Actor
Name  Amit Hasan
Residence  Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality  Bangladeshi
Years active  1990–present
Role  Film actor
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Full Name  Khondakar Saifur Rahman
Born  24 December 1972 (age 42) (1972-12-24) Adalatapara, Tangail, Bangladesh
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Movies  Onnorokom Bhalobasha, Tiger Number One, Podmo Patar Jol, Meghla Akash, Tobuo Bhalobashi

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Amit Hasan is a Bangladeshi film actor who was elected secretary general of the Bangladesh Film Actors' Association in 2015. In its review of 2011 cinema, The Daily Star included Amit Hasan among "Other stars that deserve mention". In January 2015 Hasan participated in a strike of Bangladeshi film artists against the screening of the Indian film Wanted in Bangladesh, calling for a boycott of Bangladeshi theatres showing the movie.

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নায়ক অমিত হাসান এর জীবন কাহিনী !!! Bangladeshi Actor Amit Hasan Biography !!


Career

He was debuted by movie Chetona, directed by Chhotku Ahmed, in 1990. During that time he was performing in the name of Saifur. He was named after Amit Hasan by acting in movie Aamor Shongi, directed by late Alamgir Kumkum. He became successful as a single hero by movie Jyoti, directed by Monwar Khokon. He was debuted as a villain in digital movie Bhalobashar Rong, directed by Shahin-Sumon. He acted in role of Tufan in the movie. He has played different characters in many cinemas with many actresses such as Shabnur, Shabnaz, Moushumi, Shahanaz, Poly, Popy and so on. Alongside Amit has also worked with other actors as Bapparaj, Riaz, Shakib Khan Etc. Among them she has acted most as a pair with Shabnur in the film industry.

Filmography

Aashar Alo, Premer Somadi, Paglir Prem, Meghla Akash, Hingsha, Shason, Bidrohi Premik, Tumi Shudhu Tumi, Shesh Thikana, Bini Sutar Mala, Ujan Bhati, Soinik are some other notable works of Amit Hasan.

References

Amit Hasan Wikipedia


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