Apu Biswas

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Apu Biswas
অপু বিশ্বাস
Apu Biswas portrait 2017.jpg
Biswas in 2017
Born
Abonti Biswas

(1989-10-11) 11 October 1989 (age 30)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Model, Actress
Years active2006Present
Spouse(s)
(m. 20082018)
[1] [2] [3]
Children1

Apu Biswas (born 11 October 1982)[ citation needed ] is a Bangladeshi film actress, model and former wife Shakib Khan. Biswas made her debut in the film industry with the film Kal Shokale in 2006. She then performed in Koti Takar Kabin . In many of her films she has co-starred with Shakib Khan.

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Early life

Biswas was born on 11 October 1989 as Abonti Biswas in Bogra district of Bangladesh to Upendronath Bishwas (d. 2014) and Shefali Bishwas (d. 2020). [4] [5] Upendronath Bishwas and Shefali Biswas had three daughters and one son. Among siblings actress Apu Biswas is the youngest. Apu's only brother Uttom Kumar Biswas lives in Katnarpara SK Lane in Bogra. Apu's elder sister Mili Biswas lives in Bogra and younger sister Lata Biswas lives in Siliguri, India. [5]

Career

Biswas made her debut in the film industry with the film Kal Shokale in 2006. [4] She then performed in Koti Takar Kabin . Biswas played the role of Parvati in the 2013 Bangladeshi remake of Devdas . [6] She performed in the 2013 film My Name Is Khan . [7]

Personal life

In 2008, Biswas married actor Shakib Khan. [8] The couple has one son, named Abraham Khan Joy, who was born on 27 September 2016 in Kolkata. [9] The news of marriage and child was kept secret from the public until 10 April 2017, when Apu appeared on television with her son and revealed the relationship. [10]

Shakib Khan filed for a divorce on 22 November 2017, [11] and the couple was divorced on 22 February 2018. [12] She converted to Islam after her marriage and renamed as Apu Islam Khan, [13] [14] [15] [16] however, later reverted to Hinduism after her divorce. [17]

Filmography

YearFilmRoleCo-ArtistRef(s)
2005Kaal SokaleBashonti Shabnur, Ferdous Ahmed
2006 Koti Takar Kabin Simran Shakib Khan
ChachuRiya
DadimaPreity
2007 Pitar Ason Dina
Kabin Nama
Tomar Jonno Morte Pari
Swamir Songshar
Kotha Dao Sathi Hobe
2008Amader Choto Saheb
Amar Jaan Amar Pran Oditi
Sontan Amar Ahongkar
Tumi Swapno Tumi Shadhona Ful
Mone Prane Acho Tumi Nila
Jodi Bou Sajogokotha
Tumi Amar Prem
2009 Mone Boro Kosto Ishara
Bhalobashar Lal Golap Oboni
Mon Jekane Hridoy Sekane
Jaan Amar Jaan
O Sathii Re Shathi
Jonmo Tomar Jonno
Bolona Kabul
Mayer Haate Beheshter Chabi
Bhalobasha Dibi Kina Bol
2010 Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na Alo
Preme PorechiPriya
Number One Shakib Khan Rose
Nissash Amar Tumi Asha
Chaccu Amar Chaccu
Amar Buker Modyokhane
Top Hero Kahini
Takar Cheye Prem BoroPriya
Hai Prem Hai BhalobasaKiran
Jonom Jonomer Prem
Premik PurushSimran
Jibon Moroner Sathi
Tumi Amar Moner Manush
Prem Mane Na Bandha
2011 Moner Jala Chandni
Ontore Acho TumiRoja
Koti Takar Prem Alo
Tor Karone Beche AchiPriya
EkBar Bolo Valobasi
Jaan Kurbaan Shathi
Moner Ghore Boshot Kore Nusrat
King Khan
Priya Amar JaanPriya
Adorer jamai Gohona
2012Ak Takar DenmohorPriya
Ek Mon Ek Pran Asha
Dhakar KingNila
Durdhorso Premik
Ziddi MamaNilima
Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna Tuli
2013 Devdas Parvati [6]
My Name Is Khan Jhinuk
Premik Number OneSimi
2014Bhalobasha ExpressBonna
Daring Lover
Hero: The Superstar Priya
Hitman Tania
Kothin Protishodh
Shera NayokBeby
2015 Love Marriage Moni
Dui Prithibi Moyna
Rajababu - The Power
2016Raja 420
Samraat: The King Is Here
2017 Rajneeti
2018Panku Jamai
Shoshurbari Zindabad 2 Bappy Chowdhury
2020 Opare Chondraboti Symon Sadik Filming

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References

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