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Suborna Mustafa

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Native name  সুবর্ণা মুস্তাফা
Years active  1978–present
Siblings  Camelia Mustafa
Occupation  Actor
Parents  Golam Mustafa

Alma mater  University of Dhaka
Role  Television actress
Nationality  Bangladeshi
Name  Suborna Mustafa
Movies  Shonkhonil Karagar
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Spouse  Badrul Anam Soud (m. 2008), Humayun Faridi (m. ?–2008)
Education  University of Dhaka, Holy Cross College, Dhaka, Viqarunnisa Noon School
Similar People  Humayun Faridi, Bipasha Hayat, Afsana Mimi, Aupee Karim, Mahfuz Ahmed

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Suborna Mustafa (born 2 December 1959) is a Bangladeshi television, film and stage actress.

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Early life and education

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Suborna was born to Golam Mustafa, a film and television actor, and Husne Ara Mustafa, a radio producer of All India Radio, Radio Pakistan and Bangladesh Betar. She has a sister, Camelia Mustafa.

Career

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By the time Mustafa was attending university, she had already been acting professionally, having started acting in the late 1970s. Her roles include appearing as one of the main characters in Dolls House (2007–2009), a Bengali-language dramaserial which first aired on the television channel ATN Bangla.

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A long-time cricket fan, Mustafa has been a commentator on the sport for Radio Bhumi since 2015.

Works

Television drama plays
  • Kothao Keu Nei (1990)
  • Aaj Robibar (1999)
  • Films
  • Ghuddi (1980)
  • Laal Shobujer Pala (1981)
  • Notun Bou (1983)
  • Noyoner Alo (1984)
  • Shuruj Miah (1985)
  • Shonkhonil Karagar (1992)
  • Duratta (2006)
  • Stree
  • Durotto (2006)
  • Personal life

    In the late 1980s, Mustafa married Humayun Faridi, another Bangladeshi actor. They started living separately from February 23, 2008 and were divorced on March 18, 2008. Later she married Badrul Anam Soud, co-director of Dolls House, in July 2008.

    References

    Suborna Mustafa Wikipedia


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