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Rosy Afsari Bangladeshi Film Actress Biography & Wiki

Rosy Afsari (Circa April 23, 1946 – March 9, 2007), also known as Rosy Samad, was an bangladeshi actress in the Bangladeshi film industry. She was awarded the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in its very first ceremony in 1975 for her role in the film Lathial, besides numerous other awards.

Rosy Afsari Bangladeshi Film Actress Biography, Wiki

Rosy Afsari Biography

Full name: Shamima Akter Rosy
Birthday: April 23, 1946
Birthday place: Noakhali, Bangladesh
Died: March 9, 2007 at Dhaka Bangladesh
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Occupation: Actress
Years active: 1967 – 2004
Religion: Islam
Spouse(s): Abdus Samad
Children: Kabita Samad, & Muhammad Zubair
Awards: National Film Award, Bachsas Awards

She started her career in 1964 through Eito Jibon film. She appeared in over 200 Bengali films and always played a positive sad role. She also acted in 25 Urdu films. She was President of Zia Sangskritik Parishad (Zisus).

She first married photographer Abdus Samad. Then in 1981, she married film director Malek Afsari and changed her surname to Rosy Afsari.

Rosy Afsari Movie List

Eito Jibon (1964), Bondhon (1964), Sangam (1964), Aur Ghum Nahi, Jage Hua Savera, Punamki Raat, Iss Dharti Par, Uljhan, Protikar, Gayer Bodhu, Kolomi Lota, Etotuku Asha (1968), Qasam Us Waqt Ki (1969), Ora Egaro Jon, Titash Ekti Nadir Naam (1973), Surjo Grahan (1976), Rupali Soikote (1977), Nagardola (1978), Surjo Sangram (1979), Bela Shesher Gaan, Asha Nirasha (1986), Khoma,

Neel Akasher Niche with Razzak & Kobori

Kanch Kata Heera with Razzak & Kobori 

Jibon Theke Neya (1970) with Razzak & Khan Ata

Alor Michhil (1974) with Bobita

Lathial (1975) with Anwar Hossain Farooque

Oshikkhito (1978) with Razzak

Golapi Ekhon Traine (1978) with Farooque & Bobita

Ei Ghor Ei Songsar (1995) with Salman Shah, Khalil Ullah Khan

And her last film: Porom Priyo at 2005

Rosy Afsari died on March 9, 2007 at Birdem Hospital, Dhaka of kidney failure.

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