Nayak Raj Razzak Biography
Name: Abdul Razzak
Profession: Actor, Producer and Film Director
Date of Birth: 23 January 1942
Place of Birth: Naktala, South Kolkata
Spouse: Khairunissa Laxmi
First Debut: Ratan Lal Bengali
Died: 21 August 2017
Why Razzak is Legend of Bangladesh?
Abdur Razzak (Nayak Raj Razzak) is a Bangladeshi famous and worthy understood on-screen actor. He is the important figure in the Dhallywood film industry. Abdur Razzak has made a history in the film industry who is best known as Nayak Raj Razzak all through the nation. He won the Independent Day Award for his remarkable commitment to the film business.
Family Background of Nayak Raj Razzak
Abdur Razzak is a Bangladeshi performing artist and movie director. He was conceived on 23 January in 1942 in Naktala, South Kolkata to Akbar Hossain and Nisarunnesa. His dad passed on in early adolescence of life. After eight months of his dad passed on, mother has also died. Razzak experienced childhood in Kolkata, India and concentrated here. He got a shot for acting in a stage show when he was class seven by his diversion teacher of the Khanpur High School, Kolkata. Razzak was decided for the focal character of the show eventually engaged in with the acting field. He has five youngsters among them two are the famous hero in the Dhallywood film industry Bappa Raj and Shamrat. Razzak’s child Bappa Raj is one of the famous performing artists in the film industry of Bangladesh, he is best known around the nation for his melancholic performance in the motion pictures.
Early Days in Bangladesh
In 1964, Razzak came to Dhaka seeking after developing the profession in the film industry alongside spouse and his child Bappa. He was absolutely homeless in the Dhaka city and he met with the director Abdul Jabbar Khan who guaranteed him giving a shot. At that point, he resides in the Komolapur zone at just eighty taka month to month lease in a rental home. In spite of the fact that he dealt with a living arrangement, there was no chance to get to earn cash and strived hard to earn cash by acting in the film.
Abdur Razzak made his presentation in the film business with the motion picture ‘Ratan Lal Bengali’ in Kolkata.
Independence Day Award
He was given the Independence Day Award in 2015 by the Government of Bangladesh. Amid his immaturity, he took an interest in theater productions in Kolkata. While learning at a school in Kolkata, he showed up in “Ratan Lal Bengali”. Planning to end up a film star, Razzak went to consider the film in Filmalaya in Mumbai, India in 1961. Coming back from Mumbai, he performed in two films in Kolkata, “Pankotilak” and “Shilalipi”. Be that as it may, the Hindu-Muslim mob which broke out in 1964 constrained Razzak and his family to move to Dhaka.
Family of Nayak Raj Razzak
Razzak is married to Rajlokhhi. Together they have three children, Bapparaj, Bappi, and Samrat, and one little girl, Moina.
Moving to East Pakistan and Early Career
In the wake of relocating to East Pakistan, Razzak found the way to fame was difficult. At first, he acted in TV plays. He turned into a most loved of the watchers of Pakistani TV, acting in the drama series Ghoroa. However, he stayed concentrated on his fantasy of turning into a ‘film star’. A spearheading producer in Bangladesh, Abdul Jabbar Khan, helped Razzak to join Iqbal Films Limited. Razzak was the colleague to the chief Kamal Ahmed in the motion picture Ujala. Razzak’s real leap forward in motion pictures was his performance in Salahuddin’s Tero Nombor Feku Ostagar Lane. He acted in different motion pictures like Neel Akasher Nichey, Maynamati, Moner Moto Bou, Swaralipi, Osru Diye Likha, Jibon Theke Neya, and Obujh Mon. Razzak’s first enormous break in silver screen accompanied his part in Zahir Raihan’s Behula in 1966.
Co-working with other Actors
He has acted in driving parts with numerous noticeable on-screen actors, including Anwar Hossain, Bulbul Ahmed, Sohel Rana, Ilias Kanchan, Shuchanda, Shabana, Bobita, Kabori, Sujata, Shabnam, and others. He showed up in various movies opposite performer Shabana. He went ahead to show up in Bengali and Urdu movies.
Performance with Shabana
His relationship with the on-screen actoress Shabana was much acclaimed. They were the most adored on-screen couple at that point. In his distinguished career, he has acted in more than 300 movies including Bengali and Urdu.
Performance in Different Movies
Salah Uddin production motion picture ‘Tero Nombor Feku Ostagar Lane’ passes on a leap forward in his acting profession. Razzak flaunted his dynamite performance in the film ‘Behula’ in 1966. He acted in more than three hundred Bengali and Urdu films and directed sixteen motion pictures. He featured in greatest prominent films as a Bangladeshi performing artist including ‘Neel Akasher Nichey’, ‘Osru Diye Likha’, ‘Maynamati’, ‘Moner Moto Bou’, ‘Swaralipi’, ‘Jibon Theke Neya’, and ‘Obujh Mon’. Razzak made a spectacular performance in the motion picture ‘Baba Keno Chakar’ with child Bappa Raj that motion picture made a furious mix enough in the movies that were similarly well known in Dhaka and Kolkata.
Performance as Film Director and Producer
The five-time National Award-winning on-screen actor has additionally earned popularity as a film director. He likewise directed around sixteen movies. He won the hearts of millions through his capable acting in the film “Rangbaj”. It was first present-day activity film in Bangladesh. In 1976, he developed as a producer with the film “Akankha”.
Career as UNFPA Minister
Razzak is a UNFPA generosity minister. He was likewise the establishing leader of Bangladesh Film Artistes’ Association
Death of Nayak Raj Razzak
Nayak Raj Razzak, the main film performing artist of Bangladesh passed on of heart attack on August 21, 2017, in the United Hospital Dhaka. At 5:20 PM, he was admitted to the hospital being heart attacked, healing hospital specialists making all attempting all endeavors.
Awards and Achievements
Award Category Film
National Film Awards (1976) Best Actor Ki Je Kori
National Film Awards (1978) Best Actor Ashikkhito
National Film Awards (1982) Best Actor Boro Bhalo Lok Chilo
National Film Awards (1984) Best Actor Chandranath
National Film Awards (1988) Best Actor Jogajog
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