Purnima (actress)

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Purnima
পূর্ণিমা
Purnima at Rangamati 2008.JPG
Purnima
Native name পূর্ণিমা
Born Chittagong, Bangladesh
Residence Dhaka
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation actress, model
Years active 1997–present
Notable work Moner Majhe Tumi, Shasti, Shuva, Hridoyer Kotha, Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa, Judge Barrister Police Commissioner
Spouse(s) Ahmed Fahad Jamal (m. 2007)
Children Arshia Umaiza[1]
Awards National Film Awards[2]

Purnima is a Bangladeshi film actress. Purnima’s nickname is Rita. Purnima's debut film was E Jibon Tomar Amar (1997). She was discovered by director Zakir Hossain.

Career[edit]

Purnima made her debut in film career with 'E Jibon Tomar Amar' in 1997 when she was in junior school. She acted with Riaz in Moner Majhe Tumi in 2003. She also acted “Megher Por Megh” (2004) based on Bangladesh liberation war director by Chashi Nazrul Islam. She acted in Shuva, a story based on Rabindranath Tagore’s short story Shuvashini. Shasti (2004) is based on Tagore's same short story, for which she received critical acclaim.[3] In another movie, Shubha (2006), she acted as a mute girl. Her other notable commercial successes are Hridoyer Kotha 2006 and Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa 2008, Poran Jaye Jolia Re (2010), Matir Thikana in (2011), I love you (2012) and Judge Barrister Police Commissioner (2013).

Personal life[edit]

Her father is Mohammad Hanif and mother Sufia Begum. Her two sisters are Rekha and Dilruba Hanif.[4] She married Ahmed Fahad Jamal, a businessman, on November 4, 2007.[5] Their daughter was born on April 13, 2014.[6] They named her Arshia Umaija.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Director Co-Artists Notes
1997 E Jibon Tomar Amar Zakir Hossain Raju Riaz Actress Purnima started her acting career in this film.
2000 Mone Rekho Amay Nasir Uddin Riaz
Khabordar Mohammad Hannan Riaz
Ajker Dapot AJ Rana Shakib Khan First movie with Superstar Shakib Khan
Mayer Samman Gazi Jahangir Riaz
2001 Iblish Sheik Ruhul Amin Riaz The film is fantasy based story.
Nishwase Tumi Biswase Tumi Zakir Hossain Raju Riaz and Shabnur
Hingsar Poton Gazi Jahangir Shakib Khan
Mayer Jehaad Gazi Jahangir Shakib Khan
Shikari Ispahani Arif Jahan Shakib Khan
Mejaj Gorom Gazi Jahangir Shakib Khan
2002 Lal Doria F. I. Manik Riaz Winner of National Best Film Song of the 2003, for the song Se Amar Bhalosar Aina mort popular Singer Monir Khan
Meghla Akash Rimi Nargis Akter Shakil Khan Meghla Akash won the National Film Awards total six categories in the year of 2002.
2003 Jamai Shashur Shiri Riaz Comedian love story.
Moner Majhe Tumi Anu / Renu Motiur Rahman Panu Riaz, Jisshu Sengupta A Product of Bangladesh and India Joint venture. The film was top grossing in Bangladesh for (2003)
2004 Megher Pare Megh[7] Chashi Nazrul Islam Riaz The film is totally Bangladesh Liberation War based.
Tok Jhal Mishti Debashish Biswas[8] Riaz
2005 Shasti: The Punishment Chandra Chashi Nazrul Islam Riaz The story is based on Rabindranath Tagore's short story Shasti[3]
Chhotto Ektu Bhalobasa Dipali G. Sarker Riaz
Taka: The Ultimate Magic Shahidul Islam Khokon Riaz
2006 Hridoyer Kotha Adhora S. A. Haque Alik Riaz First producer film of Riaz, was Super hit of the box office.
Badha Riaz and Shakib Khan
Shuva Shuvashini Shakib Khan a mute girl, based on the story of Rabindranath Tagore
2007 Sathi Tumi Kar M. M. Sarkar Riaz and Shakil Khan
Ma Amar Shorgo Gazi Jahangir Shakib Khan
2008 Tomakei Khujchi Kajol Motin Rahman Riaz Fully comedian story with use the Bangladeshi all domestic language.
Tumi Kato Sundor Abid Hasan Badal Riaz
Jiboner Cheya Dami Mostafizur Rahman Babu Riaz Hit
Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa Chhoa S. A. Haque Alik Riaz
2009 Ke Ami Nilima Wakil Ahmed Riaz Hollywood styling first film in Bangladesh.
Dhoni Gariber Prem Abid Hasan Badal Riaz
Chirodin Tumi Amar F. I. Manik Riaz and Amit Hasan Fist product of satellite television channel ATN Bangla
Shromik Neta Kazi Maruf
2010 Jamidaar Montazur Rahman Akbar Riaz
Poran Jaye Jolia Re Sohanur Rahman Sohan Shakib Khan Super Hit
Amar Shopno Kazi Maruf
Ek Prithibi Prem Special appearance S. A. Haque Olik Riaz Unreleased
Osanto Mon Kazi Maruf, Sagota
Swami Amar Ahankar Sohanur Rahman Sohan Riaz Unreleased
Maa Amar Jaan Kazi Maruf
Hridoyer Mohonay Motin Rahman Riaz Unreleased
Ora Amake Valo Hote Dilona Kazi Maruf
Amar Maa Amar Ohonkar Kazi Maruf
2011 Matir Thikana Shah Alam Kiron Shakib Khan Releasing on June 10, 2011
Mayer Jonno Pagol Kazi Maruf
Bondhu Tumi Amar Nazrul Islam Riaz
Osro Charo Kolom Dhoro Kazi Maruf
2012 I Love You Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar Shakib Khan Releasing on 3 February 2012
Raja Surjo Kha Nirab Hossain, Kazi Maruf
2013 Judge Barrister Police Commissioner FI Manik Shakib Khan, Nayak Raj Razzak Releasing on 10 May 2013
2014 To Be Continued Iftekhar Ahmed Fahmi Tahsan Rahman Khan
Chaya Chobi Mohammad Mostofa Kamal Raj Arefin Shuvo
Lova Pap Paper Mrtito[9] Shohanur Rahman Shohan Riaz, Amin Khan

Television[edit]

Year Title Director & Playwright Co-stars Notes
2011 Laboratory Mahbooba Islam Shumi
Rabindranath Tagore
Shoeb, Dolly TV play, aired on Channel i on Tagore’s death[10]
Nilimar Prante SA Haque Alik TV play, aired on Channel i on Eid
Omanisha SA Haque Alik (both) Shahriar Shubho TV play aired on Maasranga Television on Eid
Oi Khane Jeonako Tumi Arif Khan Tauquir Ahmed and Mahfuz Ahmed TV play, aired on ntv on Eid
Ekhono Bhalobashi Mahbooba Islam Shumi
Golam Rabbani
Shahriar Shubho telefilm, aired on Channel i on Eid[11]
2015 Prem Othoba Duhshopner Raat Din Tuhin Hossain
Nur Siddique
Mosharraf Karim, Iresh Zaker single-episode TV play, aired on ntv on Eid[12]

Awards[edit]

Year Awards Category Film Result
2011 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Film Actress Mayer Jonno Pagol Nominated
2011 Diamond World Channel I Best Award Best Film Actress[13] Nominated
2010 National Film Awards (Bangladesh) Best Film Actress[14] Ora Amake Bhalo Hote Dilo Na Won
2010 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Film Actress Poran Jay Joliare Nominated
2008 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Film Actress Akash Choa Bhalobasha Nominated
2005 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Film Actress Taka Nominated
2004 Meril Prothom Alo Awards Best Film Actress (Critics')[15] Won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Golam Sabbir (2013-01-21). "মেয়েকে নিয়ে পূর্ণিমা". Daily Naya Diganta. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  2. ^ Shah Alam Shazu (2013-01-21). "Purnima in the spotlight". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2013-01-21. 
  3. ^ a b "Tagore's Shasti goes on celluloid". The Daily Star. 27 June 2004. Retrieved 12 April 2011. 
  4. ^ "Purnima gives birth to a baby girl". The Prothom Alo. April 14, 2014. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  5. ^ Manzur Kader (January 20, 2014). "‘মে মাসে মা হচ্ছি’". Prothom Alo. Retrieved January 23, 2014. 
  6. ^ "কন্যাসন্তানের মা হলেন পূর্ণিমা". The Prothom Alo. April 16, 2014. Retrieved April 27, 2014. 
  7. ^ Faizul A tanim and Syed Tashfin Chowdhury (April 2, 2004), Megher Pore Megh, The Daily Star, retrieved 12 April 2011 
  8. ^ Published: The Daily Star, November 24, 2005 'Tok Jhaal Mishti' a pure entertainment Nazmus Saquib Notre Dame College, Dhaka, 13 April 2011
  9. ^ "১ ছবিতেই সন্তুষ্ট!". 
  10. ^ "Purnima in Laboratory". Dhaka Mirror. 2011-07-04. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  11. ^ "Purnima in a new act". Bangladesh2day. 2011-08-29. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  12. ^ "Purnima, Mosharraf and Iresh join forces for Eid play". Dhaka Mirror. 2015-09-14. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  13. ^ "Bangla Awards Program: Diamond World Channel I Best Awards 2011". 
  14. ^ http://[www.newagebd.com/detail.php?date=2012-03-24&nid=4924#.UsbcyPQW3Sw]
  15. ^ Published: The Daily Star, May 22, 2004 Meril-Prothom Alo Award handed over Staff Correspondent, 21 May 2011

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