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Fans still cry for Salman Shah

Fans still cry for Salman Shah

September 19 (Monday) is the birthday of the immortal hero of Bengali cinema, Salman Shah. If he had lived, he would have been 51 today. Even after 26 years of his death, this timeless hero is still equally discussed, popular and relevant. Even today, his fans cry thinking about this beloved hero.

On this day in 1971, Salman Shah was born in a noble Muslim family in Dariyapara, Sylhet city. His father Kamruddin Chowdhury was a government official and his mother Neela Chowdhury was once a politician, having participated in parliamentary elections several times.

Salman Shah’s career started as a child actor in 1985 by acting on BTV. Acted in TV dramas and commercials.

In 1993, the hero Amar made his debut on the big screen with the movie ‘Kayamat Todi Kayamat’ directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan. Her heroine was Moushumi. Salman won the hearts of the audience in the first movie. He did not have to look back after that.

In just three years till 1996, Salman Shah acted in 27 movies. Most of these movies were hits. The list includes- ‘Tumi Amar’, ‘Antare Antare’, ‘Sujan Sakhi’, ‘Bikshov’, ‘Dream Address’, ‘Judgment Will Be’, ‘This House This World’, ‘Tomake Chai’, ‘Dream World’, ‘ Movies like Jeeban Sansar’, ‘Anand Ashru’.

Fans still cry for Salman Shah

On September 6, 1996, Salman Shah died mysteriously at his residence in Iskaton, Dhaka. After several police investigations, it is said that he committed suicide. But his family and fans never accepted this investigation. Rather, they claim that Salman was killed in a planned manner. The real mystery of his death is still not revealed.