Moushumi

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Moushumi
Born Arifa Pervin Moushumi
(1973-11-03) 3 November 1973 (age 41)[1]
Khulna, Bangladesh
Occupation Actress, model, director
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Omar Sani
Children 2

Arifa Pervin Moushumi (known by just Moushumi; born 3 November 1973)[2] is a Bangladeshi film actress and director, who got the National Film Award for Meghla Akash (2002). She has acted in over 150 films and made her directorial debut with Kokhono Megh Kokhono Brishti (2003).[3][4]

Career[edit]

Moushumi began working as an actress and singer from an early age. She won the Anonda Bichittra Photo Beauty Contest, which led to appearances in television commercials in the 1990s.[5] She first appeared in the movie Keyamat Thake Keyamat in Bangladesh.[5]

Family[edit]

In 1996, she took a break from acting and announced her engagement to actor Omar Sani. After six months, she returned to acting. The couple has two children.[citation needed]

Unicef[edit]

in September 2013, Moushimi was named a UNICEF goodwill ambassador.[6][7]

Other[edit]

Moushumi runs a production house Kopotakhsma Cholochitra. She is the associated with Projapoti Cholochitra and she looks after her own foundation, the "Moushumi Welfare Foundation".[8][9]

Filmography[edit]

Actress[edit]

  • Moushumi (1993),
  • Keyamat Thake Keyamat (1993), with Salman Shah.
  • Dola (1994), with Omar Sani.
  • Atmohongkar (1994), with Omar Sani.
  • Sneho (1994), with Salman Shah.
  • Prothom prem (1994), with Omar Sani.
  • Denmohor (1994), with Salman Shah.
  • Ontore ontore (1994), with Salman Shah.
  • Bidrohi bodhu(1995), with Bapparaj.
  • Muktir shongram (1995), with Omar Sani.
  • Harano prem (1995), with Omar Sani.
  • Vangchur (1995), with Rubel and Ilias Kanchon.
  • Swajan (1995), with Rubel and Ilias Kanchon.
  • Shesh khela (1995), with Omar Sani.
  • Attmotag (1995), with Amit Hasan.
  • Bisswo premik (1995), with Rubel.
  • Goriber raani (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Prio tumi (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Rakkhosh (1996), with Rubel.
  • Shukher shwargo (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Adorer shontan (1996), with Ilias Kanchon.
  • Shukher ghore dukher agun (1996), with Ilias Kanchon and Ditti.
  • Lutt toraj (1996), with Manna and Ditti.
  • Ammajaan (1996), with Manna and Amin Khan
  • Soitan Mansuh (1996), with Omar Sani and Amin Khan
  • Shanti chai (1997), with Omar Sani.
  • Ondho valobasha (1997), with Iias kanchan.
  • Mitthya ohongkaar (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Ghaat protighaat (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Shongsharer shukh dukkho (1997), with Omar Sani
  • Prio shotru (1997), with Omar Sani.
  • Laat shaheber meye (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Lojja (1996), with Omar Sani.
  • Tumi shundor (1997), with Omar Sani.
  • Bagher bachcha (1998), with Manna.
  • Ruposhi raajkonnya (1998), with Omar Sani.
  • kotha dao (1998), with Omar Sani.
  • Vondo baba (1998), with Manna.
  • Bipodjonok (2001), with Amin Khan and Purnima
  • Kokhono Megh Kokhono Brishti (2003), with Ferdous Ahmed.
  • Molla Barir Bou (2005)
  • Golapi Ekhon Bilatey (2006), with Ferdous Ahmed and Shabnur.
  • Ekjon Songe Chhilo (2007)
  • Tui Jodi Aamar Hoiti Re (2008) with Ferdous Ahmed.
  • Shaheb Namer Golam (2009), with Omar Sani and Shakib Khan.
  • Kusum Kusum Prem (2011), with Ferdous Ahmed.
  • Devdas (2013), with Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas.
  • Baper Taka (1995), with Omar Sani.
  • Munafik, with Omar Sani and Ilias Kanchon.
  • Kaal Nagirir Prem , with Omar Sani.
  • Ulka , with Omar Sani and Rubel.
  • Sneher Badhon (1997), with Omar Sani
  • Raja Bangladeshi, with Manna
  • Alibaba, with Amit Hasan and Manna
  • Mayer Morjada, with Manna
  • Lal Doriya, with Amin Khan
  • Strir Morjada, with Amin Khan
  • Uttejito, with Amin Khan
  • Aj Gaye Holud, with Amin Khan and Mahfuz Ahmed
  • Dushmon Duniya, with Manna and Amit Hasan
  • Sotter Bijoy , with Amit Hasan and Manna
  • Bouer Somman , with Amit Hasan
  • Joj Saheb , with Amit Hasan and Rubel
  • Chiter Number One, with Manna and Ferdous Ahmed
  • Amar Protigga, with Manna and Ferdous Ahmed
  • Sukher Ashay , with Rubel
  • Nor Pishach, with Rubel
  • Dhakaiya Mastan (2002), with Manna
  • Mostofa Bhai, with Manna and Shahnaz

Director[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "আবার মৌসুমী" [The Seasonal] (in Bengali). Prothom-alo.com. 4 November 2013. Retrieved 14 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "নারী তোমাকে অভিনন্দন" ['I congratulate the women'] (in Bengali). bdnews24.com. Retrieved 15 December 2014. 
  3. ^ The Daily Star Conversation with Moushumi, Arts & Entertainment section; accessed 5 June 2011.
  4. ^ Harun ur Rashid, The Daily Star. New film coming soon, 26 August 2003.
  5. ^ a b Hafez Ahmed. "Moushumi-Omar Sani pair in Eid telefilm". daily sun. Retrieved 15 December 2014. 
  6. ^ "Shakib, Jewel Aich, Moushumi Unicef ambassadors". bdnews24.com. 17 September 2013. Retrieved 25 February 2014. 
  7. ^ Limon Ahmed. "‘ইউনিসেফ আমার স্বপ্নগুলোকে অনুপ্রাণিত করেছে’" ['UNICEF has inspired my dream'] (in Bengali). Risingbd.com. Retrieved 25 February 2014. 
  8. ^ Naphisa Amazon Tulatula (10); Nanajiba Fatima (13) (22 September 2013). "অভিভাবকের চাপ শিশুর বিকাশে বাধা: চিত্রনায়িকা মৌসুমী – hello" [Parents and child development pressure barrier: citranayika seasonal] (in Bengali). Hello.bdnews24.com. Retrieved 25 February 2014. 
  9. ^ "ইউনিসেফের শিশু অধিকার এডভোকেট মৌসুমী" [UNICEF Child Rights Advocate seasonal] (in Bengali). Banglanews24.com. Retrieved 25 February 2014. 

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