Bidya Sinha Saha Mim

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Bidya Sinha Saha Mim
Native name
বিদ্যা সিনহা সাহা মিম
Born (1989-11-10) November 10, 1989 (age 29)[1]
ResidenceDhaka, Bangladesh
NationalityBangladeshi
EducationB.A in (Bengali literature)
Alma materSoutheast University
OccupationActress, Model, Television host
Years active2007–present
Height5 ft 8 in (173 cm)[1]
Parent(s)Birendranath Saha (Father)
Sobi Saha (Mother)

Bidya Sinha Saha Mim is a National Film Award-winning Bangladeshi actress, influencer and popular model.[1][2]

Mim began her career in acting, after winning the Lux Channel I Superstar in 2007. Nahiyan Ibnay played as lead cast member on Humayun Ahmed television drama Jol Torongo (2007). After transitioning into film, she had her breakthrough role in Stylo 4's drama-film Amar Ache Jol (2008),for which she earned a best actress nomination at Meril Prothom Alo Awards. In 2014, she starred in Glow of the Firefly. The film won numerous International awards including Best Film at 12th Asian Film Awards, and was Bangladeshi entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards.

Mim has been associated with various Bangladeshi and multinational brands. She has been the brands ambassador of numerous brands including Lux, Grameenphone, Walton. In 2015, Mim was introduced as the face of TRESemmé products in South Asia.

Early life and background[edit]

Nahiyan was born in Bagha, Rajshahi, to Professor Birendra Nath Saha, and Chobi Saha. Mim attended Nawab Faizunnesa Government Girls' High School in Comilla. She later attended the Comilla Victoria Government College, and completed her secondary education. She has attended in Bengali Department of Southeast University, where she earned Bachelor of Arts in Bengali literature.

Career[edit]

Mim participated in 'Lux Channel I' Superstar in 2007. She was the winner of the contest.[3][4] During the competition, it was announced that the winner of the contest would be cast in novelist and filmmaker Humayun Ahmed's Dhallywood film Amar Ache Jol under Impress Telefilm Limited. The film was not targeted for wide range of audience and only released in selected film theaters. The film helped Mim to start her acting career.

Her debut TV drama was actor turned director Mahfuz Ahmed's Shesher Kobitar Porer Kobita. Some of her TV dramas (Bengali Natok) are Royal Rahman's Jodha Akbar, Sheikh Selim's A B C, Sheikh Selim and Alam Ashraf's Tini Bujhtey Parlen Je Eta Prem Noy, Mohan Khan's Nil Josnai Kalo Shap, and Mizanur Rahman's Shopnogulo Tai Opurno. In 2009, after two years she came back to Dhallywood film screen with the film Amar Praner Priya, acting with Shakib Khan

In 2014, After a long break of 5 years she came back to the silver screen with the film Jonakir Alo for which she earned Bangladesh National Film Awards for the very first time of her career. The film was directed by Khalid Mahmud Mithu. The film also stars Emon and Kalyan. Later she acted in the film Taarkata co-starring Arifin Shuvo and directed by Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Raz.

In 2015, She worked in the film Podmo Patar Jol along with Mamnun Hasan Emon. Later she worked in Tollywood with director Raja Chanda.[5] An Indo-Bangladesh joint venture film Black co-starring Soham Chakraborty.

In 2016, Nahiyan was seen in 2 films Sweetheart and Ami Tomar Hote Chai. In the both film Mim's co-star was Bappy Chowdhury. After that in 2017 mim did the films Valobasha Emoni Hoy & Yeti Obhijaan.

Filmography[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Co-Artist Director Language Release Date
2008 Amar Ache Jol Ferdous Ahmed, Zahid Hasan Humayun Ahmed Bengali 2 October 2008
2009 Amar Praner Priya Priyanka Shakib Khan Jakir Hossain Raju Bengali 20 September 2009
2014 Jonakir Alo Mamnun Hasan Khalid Mahmud Mithu Bengali 1 April 2014
Tarkaata Arifin Shuvoo Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Raz Bengali 6 June 2014
2015 Podmo Patar Jol Rupak Mamnun Hasan Emon Tonmoy Tansen Bengali 18 July 2015
Black Tina Soham Chakraborty Raja Chanda Bengali 27 November 2015
2016 Sweetheart Prilina Rosario Bappy Chowdhury, Riaz Wazed Ali Sumon Bengali 12 February 2016
Ami Tomar Hote Chai Bappy Chowdhury Anonno Mamun Bengali
2017 Valobasha Emoni Hoy Oishee Irfan Sazzad, Mir Sabbir Tania Ahmed Bengali 27 January 2017
Asmane Pakha Melo Sagor Sagor Rsa Bengali
Yeti Obhijaan Chitrangada Verma Prosenjit Chatterjee, Aryann Bhowmik Srijit Mukherjee Bengali 22 September 2017 India, 24 November 2017 Bangladesh
Dulavai Zindabad Jomuna Bappy Chowdhury, Dipjol Montazur Rahman Akbar Bengali 20 October 2017
2018 Ami Neta Hobo Shakib Khan, Moushumi Uttam Akash Bengali 16 February 2018
Pashan Om Saikat Nasir Bengali 23 March 2018
Sultan: The Saviour Aliya Jeet Raja Chanda Bengali 15 June 2018
2019 Daag Bappy Chowdhury Bengali 8 February 2019
Thai Curry Soham Chakraborty Ankit Aditya Bengali 1 March 2019
Mamla Hamla JhamelaFilms that have not yet been released Shakib Khan, Misty Jannat Uttam Akash Bengali

TV series and TV films[edit]

Year Title Co-stars Director Notes
Bou Shashuri Not Out Shajal, Diti
Cholona Brishtite Viji Shajal, Humayun Faridi, Tarana H, Hillol Saiful Islam
Chondona Shoaib Rajib Rosul
Jodha Akbar Apurba, Mostofa Dayel Rahman
Jhorer Raat Fuler Din
Jadur Katthi
Love Consultant Hasan Masud
Poush Faguner Pala
Patro Chai Na Shajal, Bindu, Nadia, Sarika, Nowshin
A B C Sheikh Salem
Seat Khali Nai Mahfuz Ahmed, Mir Sabbir, Litu Anam Ferdous Hasan
Bhabona Gulo Onno Rokhom
Bhalo Thakar Sohoj Upay Naeem
Bicycle
Drishsho Odrishshor Sporsho Chanchal Chowdhury
Man Power TV Serial
Moner Aka Chchobi Shajal, Abdul Kader
Meghe Meghe Shajal
Shoyleer Biye Shamol
Shesher Golpo Shajal
Soikote Manoshi Shahed, Shahid Alamgir, Nupur A & I Nazrul Quraishi
Anmone Ogochore Shahed, Shahid Alamgir, Sormili A Nazrul Quraishi
Ferrari Ekdin Shajal
Emni B S Abul Kalam
Ekti Chithi Shajal
Ekjon Rikshawala Mosharraf Karim
Nil Jochonay Kalo Shap Mohon Khan
Putul Putul Khela Naeem
Prem Bikriya Shajal
Roddurer Aakhankai
Tini Bujhte Parlen Je Eta Prem Noy Alom Asraf
Rohoshyo Riaz Humayun Ahmed
Shesher Kobitar Porer Kobita Nobel, Arifin Shuvoo Mahfuz Ahmed
Bhalobashi Tai Shajal, Hillol; Arifin, Bindhu; Tisha Shihab Shaheen
Pori Kimba Babar Golpo Shajal Noresh Bhuiya
Will You Marry Me Arifin Shuvoo Pantho Sharkar
Over Confidence Arifin Shuvoo F.Q.Petar
Bhalobasar Ghran
(Smell of Sensation/Love)
Shajal, Joli Himel Ashraf
Ei Chele Shajal, Neerob Mizanur Rahman
Love Bank Mosharraf Karim Mashiur Rahman
Nil Chhoya Shahriar Joy Falguni Ahmed
Feltu Chairman Mir Sabbir Uttom Guho
Antrik Valobasha Arifin Shuvoo Pallab Bishash
Mon Nondini Shajal
Bhalobashar Kodom Phul Shajal
Biborno Valobasha Intekhab Dinar, Arifin Shuvoo S.M Saheen
Shopnogulo Tai Oshomapurno Shajal Mizanur Rahman
Dorpohoron Niloy Based on Rabindranath Tagore short story
Kick off Partha Barua, Afnan
Ek Hazar Taka Arfan Nisho Juboraz Khan
Muloto Natoker Shuru Ekhan Theke Anisur Rahman Milon
Trump Card Arfan Nisho, Satabdi Mizanur Rahman
Trump Card-II Tuhin, Robi Mizanur Rahman
Megh Bristi Otohpor Nayeem Mizanur Rahman
Oporichita Sabbir Based on Rabindranath Tagore short story
Sob badha Periye Shahed Rashed Raha
Odvut Ek Purnima Rater Golpo Anisur Rahman Milon
Sombodhon Tin Prokar Arfan Nisho, FS Nayeem Mizanur Rahman
Kobir Jonno Patri Khoja Hocche Eresh Zaker
Bola Na Bolar Golpo Arfan Nisho Selim Reza
Bou Chor Mosharraf Karim Shabab Zaman
Devdas Hote Chai Arfan Nisho
Antivirus Tahmid
Spook Anisur Rahman Milon Tanim Rahman
Anamika Shoaib
Harano Sur Mosharraf Karim
The Vaccine Shajal
Jhapsha Manush Shajal
Binodini Kinba Kobi Anisur Rahman Milon
Kobita Na Bhalobasha Chanchal Chowdhury
November Rain Shajal
Uddessho Tahsan Mabrur Rashid TV Serial
Old is Gold Tahsan Imraul Rafat
Prem Pagol Mosharraf Karim
Ami Citrangoda Shajal
Shoirachar Arfan Nisho
Golpoti Tomar Amar Shajal Mizanur Rahman
Nari Sundori Rownak Hasan Mahmud Didar
Bhalobashar Bhubone Shahed
Chilli Chocolate Iresh Zaker
Khyati (Khati) Anisur Rahman Milon
Raza Badshar Karbar Special Appearance
Kobi Ebong Corporate Valobasha Anisur Rahman Milon
Tumar Pichu Pichu Tahsan Mabrur Rashid Bannah Valentine's Special Drama
Shei Meyeta Tahsan Mizanur Rahman Aryan
Station Master Shajal
I Got A Job Majnun Mizan
Bibaho Shadhin Khosru, Ezazul Islam, Faruk Ahmed
Ebong Ekti Chithi Shajal
Bhalobashar Bhoot Shajal
Shesh Prohor Shajal, Shiuly
Mokbul Enterprise Chanchal Chowdhury, Faruk Ahmed
Mohamaya Omor Ayaz Based on Rabindranath Tagore short story
Feedback Shajal
Bhalobasha Kake Bole Afran Nisho
Shei Shomoy Tumi Ami Tahsan Khan Mabrur Rashid
Achor Niloy
Duti Mon Ekti Valobasha Rawnak
Valobashar Epith Opith Azizul Hakim, Milon
Onno Chokhe Bhalobasha Arifin Shuvo

TV commercials[edit]

TVC Brand Year
Grameen Phone Grameen Phone 2013
Apan Diamond Jewelers Apan Jewelers 2013

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Lux Channel I Superstar 2007 winner[6]
Year Award Category Film Result
2008 Meril Prothom Alo Awards-Critics Best Actress Amar Ache Jol Won
2009 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Actress Amar Praner Priya Nominated
2011 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best TV Actress Olospur Nominated
2012 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best TV Actress Kick Off Nominated
2014 Bangladesh National Film Awards Best Actress Jonakir Alo Won
Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Actress Taarkata Nominated
Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best TV Actress November Rain Nominated

Bibliography[edit]

  • Shraboner Brishti Te Bheja (2012)
  • Purnota (2013)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Bidya Sinha Mim". StarsUnfolded. Retrieved 25 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Bidya Sinha Mim biography". HelloMyStar. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  3. ^ Hassan, Mainul (8 September 2007). "Bidya Sinha Saha crowned Lux Channel-i Superstar '07". The Daily Star. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  4. ^ "Bidya Sinha Saha Mim : biography, Age, Height, Weight, Husband/Boyfriend, Pictures". Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  5. ^ Ganguly, Ruman (7 July 2015). "Bangladeshi actress Mim is 'too gorgeous', complains director!". Times of India. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  6. ^ "Lux Channel i Superstar in Bangladesh". mediabangladesh.net.

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