Tele Samad

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Tele Samad
Native name
টেলি সামাদ
Born(1945-01-08)8 January 1945
Died6 April 2019(2019-04-06) (aged 74)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
NationalityBangladeshi
OccupationActor

Tele Samad (8 January 1945 – 6 April 2019) was a Bangladeshi actor. [1] He acted in over 600 films. [2]

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Background

Samad studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka. [1]

Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka

The Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA) was established in 1948 as the Dhaka Art School. It was the first art school in the region and became the main centre of art and cultural practice. Since 1956 it has been situated in Shahbag, Dhaka, close to the Bangladesh National Museum. Architect Muzharul Islam designed the building. In 2008, the institute took its current name when it became one of the faculties of the University of Dhaka.

Career

Samad made his debut in 1973 film Kar Bou, directed by Nazrul Islam. [2] He got his breakthrough in the film Noyonmoni, directed by Amjad Hossain. [2] He also performed as a playback singer in more than 50 films. [1] He served as the music director of the film Mona Pagla. [1]

Amjad Hossain Bangladeshi film director, actor, scriptwriter and lyricist

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Personal life

Samad suffered from different medical complications including kidney and heart problems and infections in his leg and undergone a leg operation. [3] He died on 6 April 2019 at the age of 74. [4] [5]

Filmography

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