Afran Nisho

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Afran Nisho
আফরান নিশো
ArfanNisho.jpg
Afran Nisho in 2019
Born
Ahammed Fazle Rabbi

(1980-12-08) 8 December 1980 (age 39)
Tangail
NationalityBangladeshi
Alma materDhaka College
East West University
OccupationModel, actor
Years active2003–present
Known forDure Dure (music video)
StyleStyle Drama, Romance, Comedy, Action , tragedy
Height5 ft 10.5 in (1.7907 m)
Spouse(s)Tisha (m. 2011)
Children1[1]
AwardsMeril Prothom Alo Public Choice Award for Best TV Actor 2018 , Meril Prothom Alo Critic Choice Award for Best TV Actor 2017 , rtv star Public Choice 2018 , rtv star Public Choice 2019

Ahammed Fazle Rabbi (Bengali: আহাম্মেদ ফজলে রাব্বি; born 8 December 1980), widely known as Afran Nisho, is a Bangladeshi model and television actor.[2][3] He has performed in more than 300 telefilms and serials since 2005 and has won the critics' choice "Best Actor (TV)" at the 2016 Meril Prothom Alo Awards for his role in the TV drama Jog Biyog and also in 2019.[4][5]

Early life[edit]

Nisho was born in Tangail on 8 December 1980.[2] He was raised in Sharon, Bhuapur and Tangail and completed his SSC from Dhanmondi Government Boys' High School and HSC from Dhaka College. He was graduated from East West University in Dhaka.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Nisho began his career as a model in a television commercial in 2003.[6] He has appeared in the advertisement for "Zini Jinjer," the TV serials Shukhpaskhi Agun Dana[7] and Onakangkhito Shotto,[8][citation needed] and participated in a music video with Urmila Srabonti Kar, Imran, and Puja.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Sukher Asukh (2008)[9]
  • Samudrajol (2009)[10]
  • Karo Kono Neeti Nai (2009)[11]
  • Premomoy Mriyoman (2010)[12]
  • Maanab Jamin (2010)[13]
  • Achena Manush (2010)[14]
  • Sabuj Nakshotro (2010)[15]
  • Rumali (2011)[16]
  • Rong Berong (2011)[17]
  • No Problem (2011)[18]
  • Dulchhe Pendulum (2011)[19]
  • Aamar Bari Tomar Bar (2011)[20]
  • Ek Poloke (2012), Ridom[21]
  • Swapnogulo Ichchemoto (2012)[22]
  • Phul + Pori= Phulpori (2012)[23]
  • Nirupama (2012)[24]
  • Dhushor Smriti Aar Shadakalo Frame (2012)[25]
  • Meghla Roddur (2012)[26]
  • Mayajaal (2012)[27]
  • Andhar-e Alo (2012)[28]
  • Props (2012)[29]
  • Idiot's (2012)[30]
  • Bibhranti (2012)[31]
  • Dhonyobad Bhalobasha (2013), Rifat[9]
  • Turn Over (2012)[9]
  • Uttaradhikar (2012)[9]
  • Next Generation dot (2012)[9]
  • Tobuo Jibon (2013), younger brother[32]
  • Surprise (working title, 2013), Himel[22]
  • Sobuj Nokshotro[22]
  • Ghotonachokre (2013), Ayon[33]
  • Ekti Laal Saree Ebong[33]
  • Trump-card (2013), Shatabdi Wadud[34]
  • Joker (2013)[35]
  • Bhalobashar Kachhe Phera (2013)[36]
  • Oshomapto Bhalobasha (2013), Farhan[37]
  • Nil Ronger Golpo[37]
  • Ami Devdas Hotey Chai (2014), Iqbal Hossain[38]
  • Ek Hazar Taka[38]
  • Sombodhon Tin Prokar[38]
  • Chokher Moddhe Swapno Thake (2014)[38]
  • The Metamorphosis (2014)[39]
  • Ekti Osomapto Bhalobasha[39]
  • Let's Fly (2014)[40]
  • Ojoshro Bhul Othoba Ekti Padmo Phul (2014), Shanto[41]
  • Lotakombol (2014)[41]
  • Nilar Apomrittyu (2014), Rudro[42]
  • Obhineta (2014)[43]
  • Tin Number Haat (2014)[44]
  • Tom & Jerry (2014)[44]
  • Gollachhut (2014)[45]
  • Ekti Onakankhito Prem-er Golpo (2014)[46]
  • Agnigiri (2014)[47]
  • Na Chahiley Jaar-e Pawa Jai (2014)[48]
  • Biye Pagol (2014)[49]
  • Day Out (2014)[50]
  • Kathpoka (2014)[51]
  • Swapn-e Boshobash (2014)[52]
  • Durottwo (2014)[53]
  • Theatrewala (2014)[54]
  • Jolforing er Gann (2014)[55]
  • Aamar Stri Atotayiee (2014)[56]
  • Life & Fiona (2014)[57]
  • Bijli (2014)[58]
  • Swapney Dekha Rajkonnya (2014)[59]
  • Apurba (2014)[60]
  • Opekkhar Photography (2015)[61]
  • Neel Chirkutey Ebong Tumi (2015)[62]
  • Break-up Break down (2015)[63]
  • Truth and Dare (2015) [64]
  • Jibon Bodol (2015)[65]
  • Out of the World (2015)[66]
  • Agochorey Bhalobasha (2015)[67]
  • Pendulove (2015)[68]
  • Kichhuta Bhalobashar Golpo (2015)[69]
  • Abar-o Devdas (2015), Dip[56]
  • Before The Love[56]
  • Tel O Joler Galpa (2015)[70]
  • Shudhu Tor Jonno (2015)[71]
  • Kothay Pabo Tare (2015), Shimul[72]
  • 12 Hours (2015)[73]
  • Akasher Thikanay (2015)[74]
  • Tribhuj Atma (2015)[75]
  • Batasher Manush (2015)[76]
  • Detective Shamsher Evong Japani Antique (2015)[77]
  • Breakup Story (2015)[78]
  • E Ek Audbhut Bhalobasha (2015)[79]
  • Din-dupurey Dinajpurey (2015)[80]
  • Sikandar Boksh Ekhon Nij Gram-e (2015)[80]
  • Perfume (2015), Sakib[81]
  • Jol Pharinger Bhalobasa (2015), Anik[82]
  • O Radha O Krishna (2015)[83]
  • Ranibala (2015)[84]
  • Bakshobondi (2016), boyfriend[85]
  • Neel Chokh (2016)[86]
  • Chirkut (2016)[87]
  • No Answer (2016)[88]
  • Biproteep (2016)[89]
  • Biswas Ghatak (2016)[90]
  • Ural Prem (2016)[91]
  • Tini Amader Bokor Bhai (2016)[92]
  • Shunyata (2016)[93]
  • Swapnakuhak (2016)[94]
  • Meet Me Never (2016)[95]
  • Red Rose (2017)[96]
  • In-Discipline (2017)[97]
  • Songsar (2017)[98]
  • Atpourey Jibon-er Golpo (2017), Afzal[99]
  • Sada Kagoje Sajano Onubhuti (2017)[100]
  • Shwashuraloy Modhuraloy (2017)[6]
  • Divorce (2017)[101]
  • Dhumketu (2017)[102]
  • Koto Shopno Koto Asha (2017)[103]
  • Teto (2017)[104]
  • Tomar Kotha Bolbo Kakey (2017)[105]
  • Shunnyo Somikoron[105]
  • Somapto Golper Osomapto Oddhaya (2017)[106]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b Shahnewaz, Sadi Mohammad (24 April 2019). "What's in a name?". The Daily Star. Retrieved 24 April 2019.
  3. ^ "আফরান নিশোর গল্পে ঈদের নাটক". Channel i. Retrieved 29 May 2019.
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  6. ^ a b "Afran Nisho, Aparna new pair in TV serial". The New Nation. 10 July 2017.
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  9. ^ a b c d e "Nisho-Nafiza works together after 4 years". The New Nation. 17 December 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. Afran Nisho and Nafiza Jahan are two popular actors ... In 2006, when Nafiza was contestant of Lux-Channel i Super Star Nisho was host of the show. During that show they were introduced to each other. Nisho and Nafiza have performed together for the first time in 2008 in play "Sukher Asukh," directed by Saiful Islam Mannu. After four years, Nisho and Nafiza have performed together in two plays at a time. Recently they worked in a play titled "Dhonyobad Bhalobasha," ... Nisho and Nafiza have performed in roles of Rifat and Senjuti respectively. This play will go on air on the upcoming Valentine's Day on NTV. However, Nisho and Nafiza have worked another play titled "Turn Over," scripted and directed by Nurul Haque Munna on Victory Day ... Nisho acted drama serials - "Idiots," "Uttaradhikar" and "Next Generation dot" are being aired in different satellite channels.
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  12. ^ "Restless play 'Premomoy Mriyoman' tonight". The New Nation. 27 May 2010. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
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  20. ^ "Dinar-Shoshi again together after 5 years". The New Nation. 19 December 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
  21. ^ "Nisho to work with Ahona, Suzana for first time". The New Nation. 30 January 2012. Archived from the original on 17 November 2018 – via HighBeam Research.
  22. ^ a b c "Nisho-Tisha again together". The New Nation. 9 June 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. This pair again performed together in play "Surprise," directed by Tuhin Hossain (title of the play may be changed, according to its director) ... Himel (Nisho) and Rodela (Tisha) love each other ... It may be mentioned that Tisha and Nisho firstly performed together in Golam Sohrab Dodul directed play "Sobuj Nokshotro" in which they performed in role of brother-sister ... But as a pair, they firstly performed in Arif Khan directed play "Swapnogulo Ichchemoto." This play was aired on Desh TV on the occasion of last year's Valentine's Day.
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  28. ^ "'Andhar-e Alo' tonight". The New Nation. 1 November 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
  29. ^ "Shumaya Shimu-Afran Nisho again in play end of year". The New Nation. 17 November 2012. Archived from the original on 18 November 2018 – via HighBeam Research.
  30. ^ "Serial "Idiot's" begins tonight on Channel 9". The New Nation. 24 November 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
  31. ^ "Special TV serial 'Bibhranti'". The New Nation. 25 November 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
  32. ^ "Sweety in new drama serial". The New Nation. 27 April 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. Nisho has performed in role of her [Sweety's] younger brother in the serial [Tobuo Jibon]
  33. ^ a b "Shokh in role of 'Nandita'". The New Nation. 3 July 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. She [Shokh] has performed in this role in play "Ghotonachokre," which script was written by Moin Ahmed and directed by Aniruddho Russell ... For second time Afran Nisho has performed against Shokh in this play. Nisho has performed in role of Ayon in this play ... It may be mentioned that Shokh and Nisho performed together as pair for first time in Anjan Aich directed play "Ekti Laal Saree Ebong."
  34. ^ "Mim-Nisho's 'Trump-card'". The New Nation. 14 August 2013. Archived from the original on 18 November 2018 – via HighBeam Research.
  35. ^ "'Joker' tonight". The New Nation. 19 October 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research.
  36. ^ "Returns to love". The New Nation. 10 December 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017.
  37. ^ a b "Nisho-Mehzabein's 'Oshomapto Bhalobasha'". The New Nation. 24 December 2013. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. Title of the telefilm is 'Oshomapto Bhalobasha,' which story was also written by Niloy Masud ... Afran Nisho and Lux superstar Mehzabein performed in two lead roles in this telefilm. Nisho acted in role of Farhan ... Nisho acted Jakaria Showkhin directed drama serial 'Nil Ronger Golpo' is being aired on NTV now.
  38. ^ a b c d "Nisho-Mim in Valentine's Day play 'Ami Devdas Hotey Chai'". The New Nation. 11 January 2014. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017 – via HighBeam Research. [Imraul Rafat] made a faction play to cast Afran Nisho and Bidya Sinha Saha Mim on the occasion of upcoming Valentine's Day. Title of the play is Ami Devdas Hotey Chai ... Nisho is acting in role of Iqbal Hossain ... It may be mentioned that Nisho and Mim lastly performed together in Mizanur Rahman Arian directed Eid special telefilm Trump Card-1. After airing this telefilm on RTV their performances were appreciated by the viewers. This pair acted two telefilms - Ek Hazar Taka and Sombodhon Tin Prokar were also appreciated to all. However, Nisho has already finished work of Tanvir Sunny directed play Chokher Moddhe Swapno Thake.
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