Marzuk Russell

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Marzuk Russell
BornAugust 15
Khulna, Bangladesh
ResidenceDhaka
NationalityBangladesh
Occupationpoet, lyricist, model, and actor
Years active2003-present
Home townKhulna

Marzuk Russell (born August 15) is a Bangladeshi poet, lyricist, model, and actor. He made acting debut in a self-titled role through the drama-film Bachelor in 2004 and got mainstream acclaim.[1] Since then he acted in many television drama and worked for numerous television commercials. He made his television debut by TV play s Ayna Mohol was directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki.[2] Marzuk also appeared on several music videos, like Ghuri Tumi Kar Akashe Oro (2012),[3] Smrity Katha (2017)[4] etc.

Early life[edit]

Marzuk Russell was born on August 15 in his mother's village Gopalganj District, Bangladesh,[5] though he grew up in Daulatpur, Khulna. His father worked on a Jute Mill in Gopalganj. He starts school in Govt. Krishnamohan Primary School, but then he was sent to class six on a Madrasa by his father. At the Madrasa he was suffering from class discrimination. In 1993 he moved to Dhaka.[6]

Literature[edit]

Marzuk started writing poems while studying in the eighth grade of Madrasa. His first poem was published in "Janabarta", a local magazine from Khulna. Then gradually started freelance writing in different newspapers and magazines. His first published poetry titled was Shanting Chara Songjog Nishidhwa. Then he wrote three poetry respectively, Chander Budir Boyosh Jokhon Sholo (2003), Bainji Bari Road and Chotto Kothay Tennis Ball.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Shanting Chara Songjog Nishidhwa (Bengali: শান্টিং ছাড়া সংযোগ নিষিদ্ধ; 2000)
  • Chader Burir Boyosh Jokhon Solo (Bengali: চাঁদের বুড়ির বয়স যখন ষোলো; 2003, January)[7]
  • Baiji Bari Road (Bengali: বাঈজি বাড়ি রোড;)
  • Chotto Kothay Tenisbol (Bengali: ছোট্ট কোথায় টেনিস বল; 2005, February)[8]

Filmography[edit]

as actor
Title Year Role Note/Ref.
Bachelor 2004 Marzuk assistant director[2]
Made in Bangladesh 2007 Sadekur Rahman chief assistant director[2]
Ratrir Jatri 2017
The Director Unrelesed
as lyricist
Title Film Year Singer

Amito Preme Porini
Golla
Ishan Koner Baiu
O Amar Pagla Ghora Re

Bachelor 2003

sung by Ayub Bachchu
by Pantho Kanai
by Pantho Kanai
by Asif Akbar

Didha
Bhetor Bole Dure Thakuk

Third Person Singular Number 2009

sung by Habib, Nazmun Munira Nancy
sung by Nazmun Munira Nancy

Dolna Chander Nijer Kono Alo Ney - sung by Arfin Rumey, Nazmun Munira Nancy

Television[edit]

Title Year Charecter Director Channe text
Kanamachhi - - Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Swarborner Chokhe - Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Ayna Mohol - - [2]
Ekannoborty TV serial[2]
Palabi Kothay web series
420 - - Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Kobi - - Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Murubbi - -
Osthir Premik - -
Capten - -
Choruivati 2002 Marjuk Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
House full 2009 Sujon Redoan Rony, Iftekhar Ahmed Fahmi Dramaserial
Relation 2013 [2]
Bishaash 2010 Wrestler 1 & 2
Khosru+Moyna - Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
BCS Bangla Prothom O Ditio Potro 2014
Mr Tension 2018
Chati Roise 2018 Chati Roise Zubier Anan

Lyrics[edit]

Title Album Year Singer

Lais Fita Lais
De Dour
Bioscoper Khela
Rakhe Allah Mare Ke
Housey

Lais Fita Lais 1998 James

Jat Jay
Kotha
Sharabe Sharab
Pakhi Ure Ja
Potro Dio
Mira Bai

Thik Achhe Bondhu 1999 James

Tero Nodi Sat Somuddur

Brihaspati - James
Sobar Bangladesh Hridoye Roktokhoron - Asif Akbar
Tumi Hariye Jawar Somoy Amay Songe Nio Pashani 2003 Asif Akbar
Nari Fish Fash Fish - Asif Akbar

Ekti Porir Golpo
Ki Karone
Kon Kee Keno
Phool Bonomali
Vese Jaoar Gaan
Porinoti
Ulto Rothe
She
Shishutosh
Aajkal Tomake

Hridoughotito 2007 Hasan Masood
Ful Tokka Shokhi Tumi Kaar 2016 Marjuk Rasel
  • Ha Do Do sung by James
  • Vashbo Je Jole (Prem Jomunar Kule) sung by James
  • Lolona sung by Ayub Bachchu
  • Tomar Cokhe Dekhle sung by Ayub Bachchu
  • Baundule sung by Asif Akbar (2016)
  • Mil sung by Asif Akbar
  • Myth sung by Asif Akbar
  • Jolkonna sung by Asif Akbar
  • Foo (2018) sung by Asif Akbar
  • Purte Chaile

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheikh Arif Bulbon (25 December 2014). "Sonia-Marzuk Russell New pair in film industry" (print). The Daily New Nation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Entertainment Desk (23 June 2013). "Marzuk Russell-Shokh in TV play for first play". businessnews24bd.com. Business News 24. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  3. ^ "গানের চিত্রায়ণে মারজুক রাসেল" [Marzuk Russell in the filming of the song] (in Bengali). Prothom Alo. 2011-06-12. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  4. ^ "দশ বছর পর মিউজিক ভিডিওতে মারজুক রাসেল" [Ten years later, Marzuk Russell in the music video] (in Bengali). jagonews24. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  5. ^ Russell, Marzuk (12 May 2015). "Poet, Songwriter & Actor Marzuk Russell says…" (Interview). Interviewed by Islam Sadequle. New Age. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  6. ^ Abdullah Nuh. "মারজুক রাসেল একজন সৃষ্টিশীল মানুষ" [Marzuk Russell is a creative man] (in Bengali). shaptahik.
  7. ^ "Chader Burir Boyosh Jokhon Solo". Rokomari. Rokomari.com. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  8. ^ "Chotto Kothay Tenisbol". e-anyaprokash. Anyaprokash. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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