|Abdur Razzak (actor)|
|Native name||Nayak Raj Razzak নায়ক রাজ রাজ্জাক|
|Born||23 January 1942 (age 71)
Kolkata, British India (now India)
Abdur Razzak (born 23 January 1942; known as Razzak) is a Bangladeshi actor since 1960s.He has appeared in over 300 movies. He is known as the ”the greatest hero” in Dhallywood.
Early life and career:
Razzak was born in Kolkata. He migrated to East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) in 1964. He got break through in his acting in Pakistan TV series Ghoroa.
His first break in big screen given by Zahir Rayhan in Behula(1966), from then he has acted under many famous directors.
He has acted in leading rule with famous actors including Anwar Hussain, Bulbul Ahmed, Suhel Rana, Ilias Kanchan, Shuchonda, Shabana, Bobita, Kobori, Sujata, Shabanam and many more. He acted in maximum number of film with actress Shabana.
One of his earliest appearances on the big screen was in a cameo role in Salahuddin Productions’ classic comedy Tero Nombor Feku Ostagar Len (Number 13 Feku Ostagar Lane). He went on to make more than 300 appearances in Bengali and Urdu movies. He also directed around sixteen movies.
Razzak is a UNFPA goodwill ambassador.
Razzak won National Award for Best Actor five times for the films – Ki Je Kori (1976), Oshikkhito (1978), Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo (1982), Chandranath (1984) and Jogajog (1988). In 2013 he won National Award for Lifetime Achievement.