Suborna Mustafa Popular since 35 Years

Suborna Mustafa is one of the famous media artist of Bangladesh since more than 35 years. She was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her father, Golam Mustafa, was a film actor Her mother was an actress, radio producer and playwright.

Mustafa was educated at three schools in Dhaka. She first attended the all-girls Viqarunnisa Noon School, after which she received a Secondary School Certificate. She then attended Holy Cross College, after which she received a Higher Secondary Certificate. She later received a master’s degree in English with honors, fromDhaka University.

By the time she was attending university, she was already acting professionally, having started acting in the late 1970s. Her roles include appearing as one of the main characters in Dolls House (2007–2009), a Bengali-language dramaserial which first aired on ATN Bangla, a Bengali-language digital-cable television channel based in Dhaka.

Suborna Mustafa directed a single-episode play, “Akash Kushum” for ATN Bangla which was popular on its time. She will direct another single-episode play titled “Shunno.” Additionally Suborna herself has dramatised the play. Traupa Majumdar and Jitu Ahsan will perform the lead characters in the play. Though she is testing her hand as a director, Suborna does not want to continue in her new role. She said, “Acting is everything to me. I do direct plays for relaxation, as sometimes I write.”

In the late 1980s, she married Humayun Faridi, also an actor. They started living separately from February 23, 2008, and on June 18, 2008, they were divorced. On July 7, 2008, she married Badrul Anam Soud, sixteen years her junior; he was a co-director of Dolls House.

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Posted on October 20, 2011, in Bangla Movie Actors, Bangladeshi Celebs, Bangladeshi TV Celebs, CS Favorites, Media Personalities and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Mohiuddin chowdhury

    her acting very attractive & nice
    i like her

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