Shakib Khan

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Shakib Khan
Born
Masud Rana

(1979-03-28) 28 March 1979 (age 41) [1] [2]
Muksudpur, Gopalganj, Bangladesh [3]
Occupation
Years active1999 present
OrganizationSK Films [7]
Works
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Spouse(s)
(m. 2008;div. 2017)
[8] [9]
Children1 [8] [10]
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Shakib Khan ( Loudspeaker.svg pronunciation  ; born 28 March 1979), [lower-alpha 1] [1] also known by the initialism SK, is a Bangladeshi film actor, producer, singer, film organiser and media personality. In his career spanning about two decades, Khan has been the propeller of the contemporary local film industry, widely known as Dhallywood. [12] He is popularly known in the media as "King Khan", "King of Dhallywood" and "Number One Shakib Khan" (initialism as No1SK), also referred as "Bhaijaan of Dhallywood" (in reference to his 2018 film Bhaijaan Elo Re ). [13] [14] Currently he is the highest paid actor in Bangladesh. [lower-alpha 2]

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Following his debut in Sohanur Rahman Sohan's 1999 action romantic Ananta Bhalobasha , [18] Khan did not lead to widespread fame. Subsequently, Khan established himself as one of the most successful actors in Bengali cinema. [19] The Badiul Alam Khokon-directed Priya Amar Priya (2008) in which Khan played a college student with careless attitude, was a major commercial success in his career with grossed 150 million and become the second highest-grossing film and earned him highest remuneration. His Shikari 's new look garnered him praised from the audience and critics and was declared as a blockbuster at the box office, and become the highest-grossing Bengali film of 2016. His 2017 success is Swatta and Nabab . Swatta won numerous accolades including five National Awards, six Bachsas Awards, two Meril Prothom Alo Awards and earned him fourth National Awards and Nabab in which he played an intelligence agent from Bangladesh and become the highest-grossing films of 2017 and become one of the highest grossing Bangladeshi and West Bengal film of all time. His energetic performance and re-emergence in the film was praised by both critics and audiences. In 2019 Khan was paid-up 50 lakh for the film Nolok and become the highest-paid entertainers in the history of Bangladeshi cinema. [lower-alpha 2] His own production Password grossed ৳110 million on its fourth day at the box office, which is the fourth highest-grossing ever.

His other notable films are drama film Shuva (2006), romantic Amar Praner Swami (2007), and Bolbo Kotha Bashor Ghore (2009), romantic-comedy Adorer Jamai (2011), action-romantic Don Number One (2012), political-drama Rajneeti (2017), drama Bhaijaan Elo Re (2018), Chalbaaz (2018), supernatural-thiller Naqaab (2018), and socio-drama BIR (2020). In 2011, he made his debut as a playback singer in the film of Moner Jala . In 2014, he made his debut as a producer with the film Hero: The Superstar and subsequently produced films like Password (2019), BIR (2020) and Priyotoma .

Khan has earned numerous accolades in his long career, including four National Film Awards, [20] eight Meril Prothom Alo Awards, [21] three Bachsas Awards and five CJFB Performance Awards. He won the National Film Awards for Best Actor four times [20] [22] for the films 2010's Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na , [23] [24] 2012's Khodar Pore Ma , [25] [26] 2015's Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay [27] [28] and 2017's Swatta . [29] [30]

Early life

Shakib Khan was born on 28 March 1979 as Masud Rana in Ragadhi, Muksudpur, Gopalganj, Bangladesh. [31] Khan's original residence is Maksudpur Upazila of Gopalganj district. His father Abdur Rab was a government officer and his mother Nurjahan is a housewife. The other members of his family are a sister and a brother. He grew up as a teenager in Narayanganj district due to his father's job. [32] His father's job required the family to relocate frequently from one city to another during his school years. In many interviews he said that he did not mind travelling and changing schools. During his 9th grade, when he was residing with his family in Narayanganj, he became interested in Martial arts. After that he has done a course in Martial arts. In his childhood he dreamt to become a doctor or engineer. He was a bright student and did brilliant results in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) exams but discontinued his study after getting chance to act in films. Besides education, he also had an interest in dancing. He completed a dancing course under film choreographer Aziz Reza. In 1998, one day he went to Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (BFDC), the only major studio of Bangladesh on a random visit with Aziz Reza, where he met a photographer who asked him to take part in a photoshoot. During the photoshoot, film director Abul Khair Bulbul noticed Khan and offered him to play lead role in his film and he accept the offer. Although eventually the production of the film did not began. Later Khan get a offer Rafiqul Islam's 1998 romantic project Sobai to Shukhi Hote Chay directed by Aftab Khan Tulu. Khan accepted the offer and first time stand on camera but he made his debut with Ananta Bhalobasha (1999) directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan. He was paid only 5,000 for those initial films. [33] [34] [35]

Shakib Khan said about his wish,

I wished to become a doctor or engineer. Because I was a science student. I would serve the people of the country as a doctor, I would always cherish it. The other option that worked out for me was to be an engineer. This profession was also my favorite. But after completing the HSC exam, the dreams of my childhood suddenly started to disappear. [36] [37]

Career

1999 – 2005

“Mr. Aziz Reza gave me find out of Shakib. At first he gave me still pictures. He was very much requesting to chance Shakib. I wanted to see the boy face to face in his requests. Mr. Aziz brought him to our office. We liked him at first sight. Shakib deserved to be a hero. I give chance him to the movies because I saw something like that in him. Someone may have requested to take him or I gave him the opportunity. But the fact is that he was worthy.”

—Sohanur Rahman Sohan about Khan [38]

Shakib Khan was first contracted sign in the film Sobai to Sukhi Hote Chay (transl.Everyone Wants To Be Happy), he was first to stand in front of the camera with this film, which was directed by Aftab Khan Tulu, another newcomer Karisma Sheikh played opposite him. Although Khan's debut film was Ananta Bhalobasha (transl.Everlasting Love) directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan, which was released on 28 May 1999. Erin Zaman, the younger sister of actress Moushumi, played opposite him in the film, and it has become notable as the debut film of both. Although the film was not very successful but Khan as a hero caught the attention of everyone. In the second year of his acting career, he appeared in the film Golam (2000) opposite then the top actress Shabnur directed by Ispahani-Arif Jahan duo. On this year, he starred opposite Purnima in the film Ajker Dapot directed by AJ Rana, Dujon Dujonar opposite Popy directed by Abu Saeed Khan, and Bishe Bhora Nagin opposite Munmun directed by Delwar Jahan Jhantu.

In 2001 several films released by him including Shikari , Shopner Bashor , Mayer Jehad, Rangga Mastan, Hingshar Poton and Bondhu Jokhon Shatru. Shopner Bashor directed by FI Manik, along with Riaz and Shabnur his performance also praised by the critics and audience in the film. In 2002 a number of films released by him including Ful Nebo Naa Ostro Nebo and Strir Morjada ditected by FI Manik, O Priya Tumi Kothay directed by Shahadat Hossain Liton, Nachnewali by Zillur Rahman and Bishwa Batpar by Badal Khandaker. In the film Strir Morjada he first time ever appear opposite Moushumi.

In 2003, he starred in Sahoshi Manush Chai , Praner Manush , Kkhmotar Dapot and Sobar Upore Prem . The film Sahoshi Manush Chai directed by Muhammad Hannan, which was highly acclaimed by the critics and audience and won the National Film Awards in two categories. [39] In 2004, he starred in Noyon Bhora Jol , Ajker Somaj , Bostir Rani Suriya and Rukhe Darao . In 2005, he starred in City Terror directed by MA Rahim, he first time performed with Manna in the film. He also starred with Riaz and Purnima in the film of Badha directed by Shahin–Sumon.

2006 – 2010

In 2006 thirteen of his films were released and all of the films were commercially success at the box office and as well as become best-selling films of the year. As a result of this success, his salary increased from three lakhs to six-seven lakhs. [40] He played opposite Purnima in Shuva directed by Chashi Nazrul Islam, based on the short story Shuva by Biswakabi Rabindranath Tagore. For the film he was nominated in the Lux-Channel I Performance Awards for Best Film Actor in both of people choice and the critics choice category in 2007. In same year a number of films released by him including Koti Takar Kabin , Pitar Ason , Dadima , and Chachchu directed by FI Manik and Mayer Morjada directed by Dilip Biswas. In the film of Koti Takar Kabin he first time starred opposite his former wife and co-artist Apu Biswas. Khan first gained popularity through starring in Chachchu . [36]

In 2007, 12 films starring Khan were released. All of his film have been commercially successful at the box office and become best-selling of the year as like previous year. He starred in PA Kajal's project Amar Praner Swami (trans. My Dear Husband) The film super-hit at the box office and became the highest grossing Bangladeshi film of 2007. For the film Khan earned his first Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor. After the success of the film at the box office, his salary increased to 12 lakhs. In the same year he also starred in Kabinnama , Jomoj, Swamir Shongshar, Doctor's House , Tui Jodi Amar Hoiti Re, Kotha Dao Saathi Hobe, Danob Shontan, Kopal, Ma Amar Shorgo , Kothin Prem and Ek Buk Jala.

In 2008, he starred in Tomake Bou Banabo , Amar Jaan Amar Pran , Shomadhi , Ek Takar Bou , Bhalobashar Dushman , Priya Amar Priya , Tip Tip Brishti , Tumi Swapno Tumi Shadhona , Amader Choto Saheb , Shontan Amar Ohongkar , Jodi Bou Sajo Go and Mone Prane Acho Tumi . He starred in Badiul Alam Khokon's romantic action comedy film Priya Amar Priya (trans. My Beloved Dear) as Hridoy, a college student with careless attitude opposite Sahara. Khan's dialogue and the use of the phrase "সিটিতে অনেক কমিশনার আসবে যাবে কিন্তু হৃদয় এখানেই থাকবে। আমি এখানকার লোকাল... লো..ক্কাল।" (trans. Many commissioners will come and go in the city but Hridoy will stay here. I'm local here... lo..ccal) were popular with audiences. He won numerous awards including Meril Prothom Alo Awards, Lux-Channel I Performance Awards and CJFB Performance Awards for Best Actor. The film all-time blockbuster at the box office with grossed 150 million at the box office, which is the second-highest grossing in the history of Bangladeshi cinema. [41] [42] Shabnur and Rumana Khan played opposite him in Ek Takar Bou directed by PA Kajal. The film won the National Film Awards and the Meril Prothom Alo Awards in a category. He also won Bachsas Awards by starring in Jodi Bou Sajo Go opposite Apu Biswas directed by FI Manik.

In 2009, he starred in Amar Praner Priya , Swami Strir Wada , Bhalobasha Dibi Kina Bol , Mon Jekhane Hridoy Sekhane , Bolona Kobul , Biyer Prostab , Jonmo Tomar Jonno , Prem Koyedi , Saheb Name Golam , O Sathii Re and Sobar Upore Tumi . Sobar Upore Tumi directed by FI Manik, where he performed for the first time in the Indo-Bangladesh joint production. It was for the first time that Indian actress Swastika Mukherjee was seen opposite him. The film was released in West Bengal, India the following year as the title of Amar Bhai Amar Bon . Almost seven years later, on 6 March 2017, the film was released in Hindi version as Hello Zindagi under the banner of Angel Digital. [43] [44] [45] On this year, Swami Strir Wada directed by PA Kajal was praised by the audience and the critics and won the National Film Awards in three categories. He starred in Amar Praner Priya opposite Bidya Sinha Saha Mim directed by Jakir Hossain Raju and become a box-office success in Bangladesh, primarily noted for its soundtrack & choreography. The film all the song were popular and become hit with audience as well song "Ki Jadu Korecho Bolona" was on the hit song listed for a year. [36] It won a National Film Awards and nominated numerous categories in Meril Prothom Alo Awards including his Best Actor nomination as well as earned him CJFB Performance Awards. [46]

The following year, in 2010 he starred in Bolona Tumi Amar , Prem Mane Naa Badha , Top Hero , Poran Jai Jolia Re , Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na , Takar Cheye Prem Boro , Jibon Moroner Saathi , Preme Porechi , Chehara: Vondo–2 , Premik Purush , Jibon Moroner Saathi directed by Shahadat Hossain Liton and Hay Prem Hay Bhalobasha . He played the role of Surjo, an independent young man in the film Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na (transl.A House Cannot Be Built Only By Love) directed by Zakir Hossain Raju opposite Apu Biswas and Rumana Khan. The film was highly successful, critically and commercially and become the second highest-grossing film of 2010 after Number One Shakib Khan . It won numerous accolades including seven National Film Awards, five Bachsas Awards and two Meril Prothom Alo Awards as well as a nomination and Khan was awarded Meril Prothom Alo Awards and National Film Awards for the first time. [47] [48] In this year in Eid-al Fitr, he also starred in Number One Shakib Khan , Chachchu Amar Chachchu and Nissash Amar Tumi . The film Number One Shakib Khan directed by Badiul Alam Khokon, gained commercially success at the box office and widespread popularity. [36] [49] He won numerous accolades for the film including Binodon Bichitra Awards 2010, Uro-CJFB Performance Awards 2010, Walton Boishakhi Star Awards 2011 and Babisas Awards 2010. In Chachchu Amar Chachchu directed by PA Kajal played as Chachchu (trans. Uncle) opposite Parthana Fardin Dighi as niece and Dighi earned National Award [46] and Nissash Amar Tumi directed by Badiul Alam Khokon was a hit at the box-office and was one of the highest grossing of 2010. It won twice National Film Awards. [46] in all three films Apu Biswas starring opposite him. All the three films received National Film Awards in various categories. [50]

2011 – 2015

In 2011, Khan starred in Koti Takar Prem directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan. In Moner Jala directed by Malek Afsari starring Apu Biswas opposite him, he also sung a song in the film for the first time as a playback singer titled "Ami Chok Tule Takalei Surjo Lukay". [51] King Khan directed by Mohammad Hussain Jammy starring Apu Biswas and Lamia Mimo opposite him, it is becoming the most successful film in the year and he won Meril Prothom Alo Awards and CJFB Performance Awards for Best Actor. [52] He was nominated for the Best Actor in critics choice category at the Meril Prothom Alo Awards through starring in comedy drama film Adorer Jamai opposite Apu Biswas directed by Shahadat Hossain Liton. In Eid al-fitr of the year, he starred in Tiger Number One directed by Shahin-Sumon and has played for the first time as negative role. [53] According to Orchi Othondrila, mainstream Bangladeshi films are "always based on a central hero while female characters are there as objects to complement [the] hero's actions." She wrote that, as with many other Shakib Khan film titles, the title Tiger Number One implies "that the stories are solely depended on the hero who is the centre of the actions." [54] Boss Number One directed by Mohammad Hossain and Matir Thikana directed by Shah Alam Kiran won the National Film Awards and the Meril Prothom Alo Awards in various categories through starring by him. In this year, he also appeared in a guest role in the film of Ke Apon Ke Por directed by Shahin–Sumon. [55]

In 2012, he starred in Se Amar Mon Kereche , Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna , Ek Takar Denmohor , My Name Is Sultan , Don Number One , Khodar Pore Ma and Dhakar King . He won Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor in critics choice category through starring in Don Number One directed by Badiul Alam Khokon opposite Shahara in 2013, which is the remake of Telugu language film Don (2007) directed by Raghava Lawrence, starring himself along with Akkineni Nagarjuna and Anushka Shetty. He also starred in Khodar Pore Ma opposite Shahara directed by Shahin–Sumon duo, and played as the role of Munna and veteran actress Bobita also played as the role of his mother. He received his second National Film Awards for Best Actor in the 37th National Film Awards in 2014 for his performance in the film. Besides in this year, Khan, who holds a record number of remuneration, made the latest surprise by being elected president of the Bangladesh Film Artists Association. [56]

In the beginning of the following year, he played as titular role in romantic drama film of Devdas , which is based on the famous novel Devdas, written by the untouchable novelist Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay. The film directed by veteran director Chashi Nazrul Islam, Apu Biswas played as Parvati and Moushumi played as Chandramukhi opposite Khan in the film. The film is a remade of the same director's film Devdas in 1982. It received positive response from critics and a good opening at the box office. [57] [58] Then Purnima played opposite him in Judge Barrister Police Commissioner directed by FI Manik. After 35 years the three Bangladeshi popular stars Razzak, Sohel Rana and Alamgir played with together in the film. It is also becoming success at the box office and praised by the critics. He also played titular role in Nishpap Munna , directed by Badiul Alam Khokon. The film was received mixed reviews and earn huge success in box office. [59] [60] Then he work with same director's romantic action film My Name Is Khan opposite Apu Biswas. The film also received mixed reviews from critics. Despite this, the film become commercially success at the box office and becoming one of the highest-grossing film of 2013 in Bangladesh. [61] [62] In the same year, Mahiya Mahi starring opposite him in the film Bhalobasha Aaj Kal directed by PA Kajal. It was the first collaboration between Khan and Jaaz Multimedia and between Khan and Mahiya Mahi. [63] The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and declared as a superhit at the box office, [64] [65] [66] and was also highest-grossing film of Jaaz Multimedia production till Shikari (2016) released. In mid of the year, he starred in Dhaka to Bombay directed by Uttam Akash. The film released to negative reviews and failed at the box office.[ citation needed ] In the end of the year, he starred in romantic action film Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi, Jaya Ahsan and Arifin Shuvoo performed opposite him. He sung a song for the second time in the film as a playback singer titled "O Priyo Ami Tumar Hote Chai". The film opened to major critical success and earned numerous accolades. It received six Meril Prothom Alo Awards nominations, with Khan winning Best Actor for his portrait as Joy Shikder and Ahsan winning Best Actress. [67] The film had the longest theatrical run in 2013, completing over 100 days at the box office. [68] The film was a blockbuster at the box office and becoming one of the highest-grossing film of 2013. After the film's commercially success, a sequel titled Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini 2 released in 2016. [69] [70] He also starred in Malek Afsari's 22nd project Full and Final as IPS Romeo opposite Bobby Hoque, collaboration between first time. The film well performed at the box office and become super hit and received mixed reviews from critics. Zia Nazmul Islam of The Daily Star claimed that, "Shakib Khan plays his role with his usual Shakib-style. He couldn't bring anything new to the table." He also noted, "Considering all factors, 'Full and Final' is made to benefit from Shakib Khan's popularity and Bobby's attractiveness." [71] [72]

In the beginning of 2014, he starred in Iftekhar Chowdhury’s Rajotto , opposite Bobby Hoque. It was the first collaboration between Khan and Iftekhar Chowdhury. The film turned out be hit and received critically positive reviews and his performance was highly praised by the critics. Syed Nazmus Sakib of Bangla Movie Database claimed that "He has dragged the whole film alone." He also noted, "There are so many flaws and deviations in the whole film - it can be forgiven only because of the performance of one person - he is Shakib Khan." [73] He performed in Badiul Alam Khokon's Daring Lover as Raja. The film remade of 2006 Boopathy Pandian's comedy drama film Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam . The film received massive response and is said to contribute to record breaking sales in some renowned theaters. [74] [ better source needed ] Then he founded his own production company SK Films [75] and produced the film of Hero: The Superstar directed by Badiul Alam Khokon under the banner of his company, [76] [77] [78] where he played dual roles and Apu Biswas, Bobby, Bobita and Nuton played with him. [79] The film was released in 120 theatres on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, which was a record number at the time. [80] It achieved huge commercial success at the box office. The film received positive reviews from critics and his performance also praised by the critics. Abdullah Al Amin (Rubel) of The Daily Star noted that "Shakib Khan has done yet another great job in upholding his character in the movie. Hero the Superstar is all about the Hero himself, Shakib khan. He portrayed both characters perfectly. [81] For the film he was won the Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor in 2015. [82] He starred in Wajed Ali Sumon's project Hitman . The film received mixed reviews and face various criticism. [83] [84] Other films he starred in were Faand - The Trap directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi, Shera Nayok directed by Wakil Ahmed, Kothin Protishod directed by Nazrul Islam Khan, and Bhalobasha Express directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi. He also played a guest role in Ek Cup Cha produced by actor Ferdous Ahmed and Dobir Saheber Songsar directed by Zakir Hossain Raju. [55] [85]

In 2015, he starred in Sohail Arman's first project romantic war-based drama film This Is Love: Eito Prem opposite Afsana Ara Bindu for the first time. The film performed well in box office and received mixed reviews from critics. [86] He was nominated in the Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor in 2016. He starred in Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay directed by SA Haque Alik opposite Pori Moni and won the National Film Awards for Best Actor for the third time in his career for his role in the film as himself. [87] It received positive reviews from critics, and considering its budget the film had commercial success at the box office. [88] His next project FI Manik's Dui Prithibi was released before Eid al-Fitr of this year. In Eid al-Fitr of the year, he starred in Shahin Sumon's project Love Marriage . The film open to a good at box office and received positive reviews from and his performance, especially his Dakaiya accent is highly praised by the critics. Mohaiminul Islam of The Daily Star noted that, "The movie is a solid source of entertainment with Shakib Khan adorned in “traditional” white Punjabi, lungi and his flawless Dhakaiya accent. His talent as an actor shines through, despite the absurdity of some sequences like using a helicopter to travel to Shyamoli from Old Dhaka." [89] Tanvir Tarek also noted on The Daily Ittefaq "Especially after the entry of Shakib Khan, the way in which he has been performing impeccably in pure Dhaka accent, his performance is to be commended." [90] His next project romantic action film Rajababu: The Power directed by Badiul Alam Khokon was released in Eid al-Adha. Where he played as titular role opposite Apu Biswas and Bobby. The film was released in more than 152 theaters, which was a record number for any Bangladeshi film at that time. The film was successful at the box office and has received critical acclaimed. [91]

2016 – present

At the beginning of 2016, Raja 420 directed by Uttam Akash released starring by him. He played titular role in the comedy film Raja 420, where Apu Biswas and Ravina Brishti have played opposite him. Then in April, he starred in Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini 2 directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi, whice is the sequel of 2013's film Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini , where Khan played as a cricketer for the first time in his acting career. [92] Mamnun Hasan Emon, Jaya Ahsan and Moushumi Hamid has played with him in the film, which is based on the conflict of two cricketers. The film received positive reviews from critics, and also commercially success at the box office, which was declared as a super hit at the box office. [93] It is one of the highest grossing Bangladeshi films of the year in 2016. [94] On the same year in Eid al-Fitr Shikari , Rana Pagla: The Mental and Samraat: The King Is Here released by him. Joint production Shikari directed by Bangladeshi Jakir Hossain Shimanto and Indian Joydip Mukherjee. He was praised with the first pairing of the film with Tollywood actress Srabanti Chatterjee, also seen with him actors like Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Rahul Dev and Kharaj Mukherjee. His new look in the film garnered praise from the audience and critics. [95] [96] It was declared as a blockbuster at the box office, and become the highest-grossing Bengali film of 2016. [97] [98] [99] He won the Meril Prothom Alo Awards and the Tele Cine Awards for Best Actor through starring by film. [100] [101] The film also won the Kalakar Awards for Best Film and Best Actress, and nominated in a category at the Filmfare Awards East. [102] [103] Psychological thriller film Rana Pagla: The Mental directed by Shamim Ahamed Roni starring Nusrat Imrose Tisha first time opposite him, Achol and Sabrina Porshi also seen with his. Its story is inspired from the Christopher Nolan's film Memento. Although the film is criticised for various reasons. [104] Action crime thriller film Samraat: The King Is Here directed by Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Raz, he played titular role as the leader of a Bangladeshi organised crime syndicate operating from Malaysia, [105] where he played with Apu Biswas, Misha Sawdagor and Indian actor Indraneil Sengupta. [106] On the same year in Eid al-Adha, he starred in action film Bossgiri directed by Shamim Ahamed Roni opposite Shabnom Bubly, which is also her debut film. Zahid Akbar of The Daily Star praised his performance, specifically his Dhakaiya accent. He noted, "There were some highlights in the film such as Shakib Khan's delivery of the Dhakaiya accent, which was fairly entertaining. Shakib Khan's presence is the only saving grace in the entire film." [107] The film won three awards in the 19th Meril Prothom Alo Awards. In December of the same year, he starred in Dhumketu directed by Shafique Hasan opposite Pori Moni. Zahid Akbar has criticized his costume and hairstyles in the film. He noted, "Shakib Khan was not too bad. However, it was clear that he was shooting for a long time. There was no continuity in costume and haircut. He appeared in one scene with big hair, but in the next scene appeared in short hair, which has caused a lot of annoyance." [108]

In the beginning of 2017, he starred in Swatta . The film directed by Hashibur Reza Kallol based on the story of fictionist Sohani Hossain's Maa and for the first time Indian actress Paoli Dam played opposite him. His performance in the film caught the attention of the audience of all the classes, the film also success at the box office. At Risingbd.com , Ruhul Amin appreciated that it was a good idea to start a story with a mainstream hero. He noted, "Sabuj means that Shakib Khan also made one of the best performances of his acting career in Swatta". However, he criticized Khan's early performance in the film. [109] It won numerous accolades including five National Film Awards at the 42nd Bangladesh National Film Awards and Khan won the National Film Awards as Best Actor for the fourth time by playing as Sabuj, who is a drug-addicted pervert young son of rich man. On the same year in Eid al-Fitr Nabab and Rajneeti released starring by him. Indo-Bangladesh joint production Nabab directed by Joydeep Mukherjee and for the first time Indian actress Subhashree Ganguly played opposite him. The film released in 128 theatres, [110] and become the highest-grossing films of 2017 and become one of the highest grossing Bangladeshi and West Bengal film of all time. [111] [112] His energetic performance and re-emergence in the film was praised by both critics and audiences. [113] [114] Film critic Zahid Akbar noted on The Daily Star , "From the beginning of the film to the end, Shakib has tried to pour all his talent. He was the Nawab throughout the whole story". [115] On the other, Rajneeti directed by Bulbul Biswas, after a long year he is seen opposite Apu Biswas. [116] The film praised by the critics and the audience. Rayan Khan, the film critic of the Bangla Tribune , praised the film's direction, screenplay and performances by lead artists. However, he criticised Shakib Khan's two looks in the same film. He noted, "From the beginning to the end of the film he is unrivalled in acting. His eye expression is incomparable. Shakib Khan's look was not in continuity, even though the other actors of the film were look continuity". [117] In Eid al-Adha, he starred in Rangbaaz and Ohongkar . Shabnom Bubly was the opposite in this twice films. [118]

In the beginning of the following year, he starred in political drama film Ami Neta Hobo , where Bidya Sinha Saha Mim starred opposite him for the second time after the release of Amar Praner Priya . The film is co-produced by Eskay Movies with Shapla Media of Bangladesh. [119] [120] Then in April he starred in romantic comedy film Chalbaaz directed by Joydeep Mukherjee, which is the remake of 2015's Telugu language action comedy drama film Subramanyam for Sale starring by Sai Dharam Tej and Regina Cassandra. It was first Indian solo production film starring by him, which was produced by Indian production company Eskay Movies. [121] Subhashree Ganguly starred opposite him in the film, where he is seen with actors like Rajatava Dutta, Kharaj Mukherjee, Kazi Hayat and Ashish Vidyarthi. It received positive reviews from critics after its release. Anindo Mamun praised Shakib Khan's performance, especially his comedy. Mamun noted on Jugantor that, "Shakib Khan also tried to give the best. His comedy acting was also great. In return he is getting applause from the audience". [122] In Eid al-Fitr of the year, Pangku Jamai , Chittagainga Poya Noakhakhailla Maiya and Super Hero and released by him. Comedy-drama Pangku Jamai directed by Abdul Mannan, and Apu Biswas starring opposite him. Chittagainga Poya Noakhailla Maiya directed by Uttam Akash. The film also comedy-drama, which is made in the regional languages of Chittagong and Noakhali. The action crime film Super Hero directed by Ashiqur Rahman. He played as Iqbal Mahmud Saami, a special force officer in the film. It was criticised for various reasons, from filming to release. [123] Then he starred in Indian action comedy drama film Bhaijaan Elo Re , which was also directed by Joydeep Mukherjee. He has played dual roles opposite Srabanti Chatterjee and Payal Sarkar in the film. [124] On the same year in Eid-ul-Adha, he starred in Captain Khan directed by Wajed Ali Sumon as the titular role. The film remake of Tamil language action thriller film Anjaan starring by Suriya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu. [125] [126] At the end of the year, he starred in Indian supernatural thriller film Naqaab of Shree Venkatesh Films, whice is directed by Rajiv Kumar Biswas. Where he played dual roles opposite Nusrat Jahan and Sayantika Banerjee. [127]

In Eid al-Fitr of 2019, he starred in Password and Nolok . [128] The film Password was released in highest number of theaters of the year. It was commercially success in spite of various criticisms, including accusations of plagiarism, theft of song lyrics, not giving time to other film promote. The film grossed 110 million on its fourth day at the box office, which is the fourth-highest grossing in the history of Bangladeshi cinema [129] and become highest-grossing film of the year. [130] The film won the highest number of awards including Best Popular Actor in the 1st Bharat-Bangladesh Film Awards held in Bangladesh. [131] Romantic family drama film Nolok directed by Sakib Sonnet and Team. [lower-alpha 3] He played as Shaon Talukder opposite Bobby. The film won in a category award at the Bharat-Bangladesh Film Awards and nominated in several categories. [137] On the same year in Eid al-Adha Moner Moto Manush Pailam Naa released starring by him. [138] [139] [140] He played as Swadin, an independent lawyer, he played the role for the second time in his career. Earlier, he played Advocate Murad as a lawyer in Humkir Mukhe directed by Aziz Ahmed Babul opposite actress Eka in 2003. [141]

In 2020, he starred in BIR and Shahenshah . Socio-political drama film BIR directed by veteran director Kazi Hayat. The film marks the first collaboration between Khan and Kazi Hayat. [142] The film is produced by himself, which is his third production, he has previously produced two films titled Hero: The Superstar (2014) and Password (2019). [143] The film story, dialogue and Khan's performance praised by the critics. Zahid Akbar noted on The Daily Star , "The audience has seen 'BIR' to see Shakib Khan's performance. Throughout the film he has acted in heroic". [144] Shahenshah directed by young director Shamim Ahamed Roni, where Nusraat Faria and Rodela Jannat played for the first time opposite him. [145] Despite having set the release date several times, later the film was criticised for not releasing. [146] The feature was theatrically released in Bangladesh amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected its commercial performance due to the closing of the cinemas. [147] [148] [149] [150]

His latest upcoming projects is Bidrohi (formerly known as Ektu Prem Dharkar ), which is awaiting to release. [151] [152] The film created controversy, with its producer sending a legal notice against him for not completing the work on time. (See Controversy section for further details) His another upcoming project is Agun , opposite Jahara Mitu in her debut. [153] It is currently stopped due to the producer has been arrested for his involvement in casino activities in Bangladesh. [154] In March 2020, he signed contract for the film Nabab LLB – Back For Justice , opposite Mahiya Mahi and Orchita Sporshia, which is a sequel of the 2017 film Nabab . The project is currently stopped due COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. [155] [156] [157] [158]

Other works

Film organiser

Shakib Khan elected the biennial election for the first time of Bangladesh Film Artists Association in 2011 and served as its president. [159] [160] Then he was re-elected in the 2015 election beating veteran actor Ahmed Sharif. [161] [162] [163] It was the second time in a row that Khan has earned the position of the president in the association. Khan quoted that, "I am really happy to be reelected as the position has given me the opportunity to serve film artistes again." [164]

Film produced

On 10 February 2014 Khan launched his own production company SK Films and produced Hero: The Superstar . [5] After almost 5 years, the actor returned to produce in 2019 with the film Password under the banner of his own production company. [165] Which is his second produced film in terms of release. Earlier in 2018, he started producing a film titled Priyotoma directed by Himel Ashraf. [166] Shabnom Bubly is set to star opposite him in the film. [167] However, the film was not released. It is currently being filmed. [168] As of February 2020 he has produced three films. His latest produced film is BIR , which was released on the occasion of Valentine's Day in 2020. Earlier in 2019, he announced the production of four films together. [169] [170] [171]

Stage performances

Shakib Khan has also performed on many stages as well as acting. On 24 February 2011, on the occasion of the 2011 Cricket World Cup he performed on stage at the Tri-nation Big Show with the participation of artists from the three host countries India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. [172] [173] On 14 November 2019, he performed on stage at the inaugural ceremony of 2019 T10 League at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, hosted by Indian production and distribution company Red Chillies Entertainment. [174] [175] Where he has to face criticism for speaking in Hindi language. [176] [177] [178] On 11 December 2019, he performed the stage at the West Trimohoni Jhanjhara Club in Murshidabad, West Bengal, India, at a variety show called Srabanti and Shakib Khan Night organised to help distressed students and orphans, where popular Indian actress Srabanti Chatterjee performed on the stage with him. [179] [180] [181] [182] On 1 February 2020, he performed the stage at the Golden Jubilee celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of Char Fashion Government College, where Riaz, Moushumi and Sadika Parvin Popy performed on stage with him. Speaker of the Jatiya Sangsad Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, Chief Whip Nur-e Alam Chowdhury and Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Abdullah Al Islam Jacob were present as guests on the occasion. [183] [184] [185] [186]

Advertisements

Khan first performed in an advertisement called Asian Duplex City. Then in 2013 he worked in the advertisement of energy drink Power. [187]

In 2018, he performed in an advertisement of Banglalink, a mobile SIM service provider in Bangladesh, titled Beshi Beshi Khushi Kushi, where Shakib Khan and Nusraat Faria are seen together for the first time. [188] [189]

In 2019, Khan starred in another commercial. He is seen as Hercules in this commercial for SMC Orsaline N directed by Adnan Al Rajib. In this regard Khan said, "I have worked with Adnan in an advertisement before it. That work has been appreciated by the audience. His thoughts are quite nice. Can find me in a completely different way. The audience will see the rest on the television screen." [190] [191] [192]

In the media

Shakib Khan is widely regarded as one of the most popular and influential actors in Bengali cinema. He is often referred to as "King Khan", "King of Dhallywood" and "Number One Shakib Khan" (initialism as No1SK), also referred as "Bhaijaan of Dhallywood" (in reference to his 2018 film Bhaijaan Elo Re ). [lower-alpha 4] As of March 2020, Khan has appeared in more than 239 Bangladeshi and West Bengal films and described as one of most successful actor in Bangladesh.[ citation needed ]

In 2013, Khan became the brand ambassador of Bangladesh's energy drink Pran Power Energy Drink. It is the first time Khan has made his debut as an ambassador. [197] [198] Then, in the same year, he became the brand ambassador of Asian Duplex Town, a housing project of Asian Town Development Limited. Where he participated in its various promotional activities, including commercials, for one year. [199] [200]

Khan was ranked for the first time as a Bangladeshi in the list of top 20 stars of the Calcutta Times Most Desirable Man in the 2019 edition by the Indian media The Times of India's supplement Calcutta Times. The Calcutta Times ranked him 18th out of the top 20 stars, considering the business, audience demand and co-stars of the films released in India starring by Shakib Khan in 2018. [lower-alpha 5] [202] [203] [204] [205]

Personal life

Portrait of Khan's former wife Apu Biswas. Apu Biswas portrait 2017.jpg
Portrait of Khan's former wife Apu Biswas.

Shakib Khan married most of his films co-star Apu Biswas in a private wedding ceremony on April 18, 2008 at his Gulshan house in Dhaka. [206] But the issue of marriage is kept secret in the media. Later, in 2017, Apu Biswas informed in an interview with a private television channel that they were married. [207] The couple has a son named Abraham Khan Joy, who was born on 27 September 2016 in a clinic in Kolkata, India. [208] [209]

On 22 November 2017, Shakib Khan filed for divorce [210] [211] and the couple got divorced on 22 February 2018. [212] [213]

He has also done some philanthropic work, such as supporting the Rana Plaza cause. Khan also owns a restaurant chain at Jamuna Future Park in Dhaka named Red Chicken. [214]

Shakib Khan loved cricket. He is a fan and good friend of Bangladesh national cricketer Shakib Al Hasan. [36]

Political view

Shakib Khan was supposed to participate in the Eleventh Parliamentary Election of Bangladesh in 2018. On November 10, 2018, he said that he would buy the nomination papers for Bangladesh Awami League on November 11. [215] [216] [217] [218]

However, he changed his mind that night and stated that, he was not voting. He stated that, "It is not right for mine to leave cinema and be busy with anything else right now. It is possible to serve the country through cinema. So I decided not to take part in the election after discussing with my close ones." [219] [220] [221]

Then he wants to vote for the Nouka (transl.Boat) symbol in favor of Bangladesh Awami League in a video message in the same election. He praised prime minister Sheikh Hasina in that 1 minute video message. Shakib Khan referred to her as a Loving Mother and a Symbol Of Development. [222] [223] [224]

Illness

Shakib Khan became the first major illness in 2008, at that time he had to go to Thailand for treatment. Since then his illness has been a cause for concern for filmmakers. He currently consults a physician regularly. [225]

On May 15, 2015, Khan felt physically ill due to abdominal pain caused by acidity. Then on May 17, he received first aid at LabAid Hospital in Dhaka under professor Dr. Salimur Rahman and rested as advised. [226] He was taken to LabAid Hospital again on May 25 as he fell ill again. Later, as his physical condition deteriorated he left for Singapore on May 26, 2015 for advanced treatment. [227] [228] Khan returned to Dhaka on May 31, 2015, after receiving treatment at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore under Dr. Yo Sing Kong. [229] [230] [231]

On 13 April 2017, Khan fell ill with chest and neck pain and was admitted to Lab Aid Hospital in Dhaka for treatment. There he received treatment under Professor Abdul Wadud Chowdhury, a gastroliver specialist. [232] [233] [234] [235] [236]

In January 2018, he was admitted to the emergency department of Sydney Hospital in Australia due to a high fever during the filming of the Super Hero film and received treatment for two days. [237] [238] [239] [240]

On 28 December 2019, he was re-admitted to Labaid Hospital in Dhaka due to cold fever and gastric problems during the filming of BIR . [241] [242] [243] [244]

Controversy

2017: Indefinitely banned by film organizations

On 10 April 2017 actress Apu Biswas informed about his secret marriage with Shakib Khan and their children at live show on News24. [207] In response to an interview in a national newspaper on 16 April, Shakib Khan said, "As more films are not being produced now, the number of nemployed people is little higher. Many directors will be seen in the list of directors' associations. They are chatting at the FDC. But how many are working? Same situation for artists and producers." [245] [246] [247] Bangladesh Film Directors Association became angry over Khan's speech and was criticised in the film associations. Following that on 29 April 2017, Khan was banned from Bangladesh films for indefinitely, along with 12 film organisations including the Bangladesh Film Directors Association. [248] [249] [250] The ban notice was signed by Bangladesh Film Director's Association president Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar and secretary general Badiul Alam Khokon states that, "The Bangladesh Film Director's Association held a joint meeting with the president and general secretary of all the film-related organizations. It was decided to unanimously that, as Shakib Khan has spoken in the media including the national newspapers, disrespecting and humiliating the entire film directors of the country. Even now he is giving similar statements. All the film-related crew seem to think that Shakib has despised the film-related professionals of the country. Because the director is the Captain of the Ship. To insult them means to insult all the crews. Therefore, from today (Saturday) all members of the film-related organizations will not participate in the shooting and dubbing of any films with Shakib Khan for indefinitely." [251] [252]

In a response to the ban on the film, Shakib Khan stated that, "It is nothing but more a conspiracy against mine. Kazi Hayat sir, Faruk sir, Bapparaj sir have spoken about the issue. But the directors association made a decision without hearing anything, which was nothing but a personal anger." [245]

Although, all of film organizations have faced criticism for this controversial decision. [253] [254]

2017: Defamation and fraud lawsuit

On 2017, Shakib Khan was sued with fraud and defamation of 5 million for using the personal mobile number of a man named Ijazul Mia of Habiganj, Bangladesh, in a dialogue for the film Rajneeti . The film's director Bulbul Biswas and producer Ashfaq Ahmed were also charged in the same case. Autorickshaw driver Ijazul Mia filed the case in Habiganj Senior Judicial Magistrate's Court in Habiganj on 29 October 2016.

Ijazul Mia mentioned in the charge sheet of the case that, actress Apu Biswas said while giving a dialogue in a sequence of the film Rajneeti (26 minutes and 12 seconds of the film), 'I will not let go of my dream prince again and again.' In reply actor Shakib Khan said, 'I will never leave you, my princess.' Apu Biswas said again, 'How do you know that my Facebook ID is "Rajkumari"?' In reply Shakib Khan said, 'As you know, my mobile number is....'. [255] [256] [257] [258] [259] [260] [261]

Regarding the case Khan stated, "As an artist I just delivered my dialogue. It is not my responsibility to decide whose mobile phone number it is, whether the number is correct or not. It does not come under my jurisdiction. It's the matter of the film's producer, director and scriptwriter. It turns on them. If any other hero in my place had delivered the dialogue, he had nothing to do." [262]

2019: Criticism over comments

On 27 May 2019, Shakib Khan claimed a doctorate in film at the founding anniversary of a fashion house called Prem's Collection as the part of promotion of the film Password and said he can make international quality films in the Sundarbans as well. [263] The video of his remarks spread on social media, sparking widespread discussion and criticism. [264] [265] Many criticized him and made various humorous comments, statuses and videos. Khan said about his comments, "Many have did not understand my of comments, the way I actually wanted to explain. I mean, while I love making films, I also have a lot of experience. In that sense I have called myself a doctorate. Despite thousands of adversities, I am ready to make films. I meant it." [266]

On the other hand, the director of the film Malek Afsari said about Khan's statements that, "The Sundarbans is a jungle, there are no five star hotels. As long as I stay, I have to trouble. This is what he meant that, even if leave me in the Sundarbans, I can make international quality films." [267]

On 11 September 2019, film production company Shapla Media sent a legal notice to Khan for not completing the work of a film titled Ektu Prem Dharkar (now known as Bidrohi) on time. [268] [269] [270] In addition to sending the notice to Khan, a copy was also sent to the Ministry of Information, the Secretariat and the private secretary to the Prime Minister, Bangladesh Film Producers, Distributors, Directors and Artists associations. [271] [272]

Khan told The Daily Star about the allegations, "I will definitely finish the rest of the work on the film. I also set aside a few days for this. I don't have received any complaint. I don't want to say more anything about this." [273]

2019: Penalty by RAJUK

On 18 November 2019, A mobile court of RAJUK has sentenced Shakib Khan to a fine of 1 million and one year imprisonment for non-payment for illegally constructing an extended part of a house in Niketan, Gulshan, Dhaka without following the design given by the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK). [274] [275] [276] [277]

2020: Song rights issue

On June 29, 2020 Dilruba Khan, the original vocalist of a song titled "Pagol Mon" field a general diary (GD) against Shakib Khan and mobile phone service provider Robi Axiata Limited for allegedly violating copyright and digital security laws for using the first two lines of song "Pagol Mon" in the film Password released in 2019 without any official permission. [278] [279] Earlier on June 28, Dilruba Khan had lodged a written complaint against Khan in the Cyber Crime Unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) demanding 100 million in compensation. [280] [281] [282]

Awards and nominations

Khan has earned numerous accolades and become one of the most award-winning entertainers in Dhallywood with more than 30 awards including four National Film Awards, eight Meril Prothom Alo Awards, three Bachsas Awards and five CJFB Performance Awards. For the role of Surja, an independent young man in the family-drama film Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na (2010), he has received his first National Film Awards for Best Actor at the 35th National Film Awards in 2010. For role of Munna, a boy who deeply love his mother and got separated from his mother when he was quite young in the action drama film Khodar Pore Ma , he received his second National Film Awards for Best Actor in 2012. In 2015, he portrait as himself, a famous film star who later fall in love with a simple girl and committed suicide for her in the romantic drama Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay and earned him his third National Film Awards for Best Actor. For the role of Sabuj, a drugs addicted spoiled son of a rich man, who keeps himself out of society in romantic drama film Swatta (2017), he received his fourth National Film Awards for Best Actor.

He has won total eight Meril Prothom Alo Awards, which is the highest number of any male film actor. He received his first Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor for Amar Praner Swami for the role of Raju in 2007. [283] In addition to this he won the award seven more times. In 2016, he portrait as Sultan alias Raghab, a disguised professional assassin with mysterious past, tasked with assassinating a top government official in the action thriller Shikari , he received his eighth Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor prior this he also earned a Tele Cine Awards for Best Actor (Bangladesh). Khan has also received an honoured as New Generation Actors at the 4th Cholochitra Mela in 2012.

See also

Footnotes

  1. The Times of India mentions that Khan was born on 28 March 1984. [11]
  2. 1 2 Khan was paid 50 lakh for the film Nolok . [15] [16] However, according to the producer of the upcoming film Bidrohi , he took a fee of 60 lakh for the film Bidrohi . [17] Although both are the highest remuneration in Bangladeshi cinema.
  3. Rashed Raha has directed 85% work of the film and the rest work of the film is directed by Iftekhar Chowdhury. However, it was release clearance by the Bangladesh Film Censor Board in the name of Sakib Sonnet and Team. [132] [133] [134] [135] [136]
  4. Notable sources of titles addressed to Khan. [193] [194] [195] [196]
  5. The Times of India's poll here. [201]

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Shakib Khan is a Bangladeshi film actor, producer, singer, film organiser and media personalities. He made his debut in Ananta Bhalobasha (1999), though it did not lead to widespread fame. He rise to fame after year 2008. After a few years, Khan established himself as one of the most successful actors in Bengali cinema. He is popularly known in the media as Superstar, King Khan, King of Dhallywood and Number 1. Currently he is the highest paid actor in Bangladesh.

Shabnom Yesmin Bubly is a Bangladeshi film actress and news anchor who started her career as a television news presenter. She made her acting debut in the film Bossgiri with Shakib Khan, and since then the two have collaborated multiple times.

<i>Rajneeti</i> (2017 film) 2017 Bangladeshi socio-political drama film by Bulbul Biswas

Rajneeti is a 2017 Bangladeshi socio-political drama film. The film directed by Bulbul Biswas and produced by Ashfaq Ahmed under the banner of Arrow Motion Arts. The film story and screenplay written by Bulbul Biswas himself and dialogue by Delwar Hossain Dil. It feature Shakib Khan, Apu Biswas, Anisur Rahman Milon, Sadek Bachchu, Amit Hasan in lead roles. The film soundtrack is composed by Habib Wahid, Fuad al Muqtadir and Pritam Hasan. It was released on June 26, 2017 on the occasion on Eid al-Fitr in Bangladesh.

<i>Nolok</i> (film)

Nolok is a 2019 Bangladeshi romantic drama film directed by Sakib Sonet. It is being produced by Be Happy Entertainment and the screenplay is by Ferari Forhad. The film stars Shakib Khan and Eamin Haque Bobby in the lead roles. The cast also includes Omar Sunny, Moushumi, Shahidul Alam Sachchu, Tariq Anam Khan, Supriya Dutta, Rajatava Dutta and many more.

<i>Password</i> (2019 Bangladeshi film) 2019 film by Malek Afsari

Password is a 2019 Bangladeshi crime thriller action film. The film is produced by Shakib Khan and Mohammad Iqbal, under the banner of SK Films and directed by Malek Afsari. The film is essentially about Swiss bank account password, the original owner of account is Alauddin Sarker, Before his death, he gave his bank account password to Rudra to deposit the money in the Rehabilitation Fund of Bangladesh. The film stars Shakib Khan, Shabnom Bubly, Emon, and Misha Sawdagor in the lead roles. The film soundtrack composed by Lincoln, Akassh, Savvy, and Emon Saha.

<i>Captain Khan</i> (film) 2018 film by Wajed Ali Sumon

Captain Khan is a Bangladeshi action thriller film directed by Wajed Ali Sumon and written by Delowar Hossain Dil. The film was produced by Selim Khan and the production house was Shapla Media. Shakib Khan, Ashish Vidyarthi, Shabnom Bubly, and Misha Saudagar in the lead roles. The movie was an unofficial remake of the 2014 Kollywood film Anjaan The film had a nationwide theatrical release on Eid-ul-Fitr 2018.

Swatta is a 2017 Bangladeshi romantic-drama film. The film directed by Hashibur Reza Kallol and produced by Sohani Hossain under the banner of Taranga Entertainment. It is a story written by Sohani Hossain and screenplay and dialogue written by Ferdous Hassan. The film feature Bangladeshi superstar Shakib Khan and Paoli Dam in the lead roles and Kabila, Nasrin, Rina Khan, Don and many have played supporting roles in the film. The film soundtrack is composed by Bappa Mazumder.

<i>Bir</i> (film)

Bir is a 2020 Bangladeshi political action-drama film. The film is written and directed by Kazi Hayat, and co-produced by Shakib Khan and Mohammad Iqbal under the banner of SK Films. It features Shakib Khan, Shabnom Bubly, and Misha Sawdagor in the lead roles. The first shot of the film was taken on 15 July 2019, and principal photography began on 15 July. It was wrapped up in January 2020. The film marked as the 50th directorial venture of Kazi Hayat and 1st collaboration between Shakib Khan and Kazi Hayat.

Shakib Khan is a Bangladeshi film actor, producer, singer, film organiser and media personality. Khan has earned numerous accolades in his long career, including 4 National Film Awards, 8 Meril Prothom Alo Awards, 3 Bachsas Awards and 4 CJFB Performance Awards. He won the National Film Awards for Best Actor four times for the films 2010's Bhalobaslei Ghor Bandha Jay Na, 2012's Khodar Pore Ma, 2015's Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay and 2017's Swatta.

Love Marriage is 2015 Bangladeshi romantic drama film. The film directed by Shahin Sumon and produced by Taposhi Faruque under the banner of Heartbeat Production. The film feature Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas in the lead roles. Misha Sawdagor, Sadek Bachchu, Ahmed Sharif and Mizu Ahmed also played supporting roles in the film.

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