Salauddin Lavlu

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Salauddin Lavlu
Salauddin Lavlu 01.jpg
Native name সালাউদ্দিন লাভলু
Born Jugia, Kushtia District, Khulna, Bangladesh
Occupation Actor, screenwriter and television director
Years active 1985-present

Salauddin Lavlu (Bengali: সালাউদ্দিন লাভলু; born 24 January)[1] is a Bangladeshi actor, screenwriter and television director. His works generally consist of television films and telenovelas. His productions are usually comedies, and they generally are immensely popular with the Bangladeshi audiences.[citation needed] His notable works include the television films Basto Doctor (2004), Goruchor (2007), Dholer Baddo (2008) and Warren (2009), along with the telenovelas Ronger Manush (2004), Vober Hat (2007), Ghor Kutum (2008), Alta Sundori (2009) and Sakin Sarisuri (2009).

Early life[edit]

Lavlu was born in Jugia village, near Kushtia town in the Kushtia District in the Khulna Division of western Bangladesh.[1]

Career[edit]

Early career[edit]

In 1977, Lavlu moved to Dhaka, to join the Aranyak Natyadal Theatre, where he acted in stage plays until 1985 but desired to do other things.

After Bangladesh Television (BTV) started its own production, he acted in several television dramas . In the early 1990s, he explored other options and began working as a photographer. In 1997, after working as a photographer for about six years, he found a new passion as a director.

Acting and directing[edit]

Lavlu made his television film directorial debut with Koutob, written by Masum Reza.[2] Among the critically acclaimed television films he directed by 2004 are Dichakrojaan (1997), Gahargachi (1997), Ekjon Aynal Lashkar (1999), Adhuli (2002) and Gor (2002).[3]

The communities in villages are strongly-woven together. They are simple and transparent people with very little demands and very small dreams. And they have deep concerns for people around them and they are extremely hospitable. The people in the city however are the complete opposite. They are very individualistic. They have no concern for people outside their immediate family and friends. Moreover, most of the people living in the city have deep roots in villages and when they watch my productions, they can relate to the life style and the characters.

— Salauddin Lavlu[citation needed]

Since 2004, Lavlu has directed and acted in many different telenovelas. Ronger Manush (2004) was his first telenovela directorial debut. Following its success, he pursued making more of them. Since then he has directed and acted in five telenovelas. Two of these include Vober Hat (2007) and Ghor Kutum (2008). Both of these telenovelas included the same stars, such as Mosharraf Karim and Chanchal Chowdhury (a favourite of Lavlu's, cast in most of his work).

Lavlu has also acted in and directed many television films including Goruchor (2007), Potro Milai (2007), Swapner Bilat (2007), Dholer Baddo (2008), Pattri Chai (2009) and Warren (2009).

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Filmography of Salauddin Lavlu
Title Year Credited as Notes Ref.
Director Role
Molla Barir Bou 2005 Yes Lux-Channel i Performance Awards Best Director, 2005 [4]
Doctor Bari 2007 [citation needed]

Television[edit]

Title Year Credited as Notes Ref.
Director Role
Dinratrir Khela 1980 Television film [5]
Shonkito Podojatra 1992[citation needed] Telenovela [2]
Koutob 1996 Yes Television film [6]
Gahargachi 1997[citation needed] Yes Television film [6]
Dichakrojaan 1997[citation needed] Yes Television film [3]
Ekjon Aynal Lashkar 1999[citation needed] Yes Television film [3]
Adhuli 2002[citation needed] Yes Television film [3]
Gor 2002[citation needed] Yes Television film [3]
Ronger Manush 2004 Yes Yes Telenovela [7][8]
Basto Doctor 2004 Yes Telenovela [citation needed]
Kachher Manush 2005–2006 Telenovela [9][10]
Bagikor 2006 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Bahadur Doctor 2006 Television film [citation needed]
Ghor 2006 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Sinduknama 2006 Television film [citation needed]
Vober Hat 2007 Yes Yes Telenovela [2][11]
Swapner Bilat 2007 Yes Telenovela [citation needed]
Goru Chor 2007 Yes Television film [7][12]
Mouchakey Dhil 2007 Telenovela [13]
Etimkhana 2007 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Potro Mitali 2007 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Ghor Kutum 2008 Yes Telenovela [7][14]
Dholer Baddo 2008[citation needed] Yes Television film [7]
Harkiptey 2008[citation needed] Yes Television film [7]
Sakin Sarisuri 2009 Yes Telenovela [15]
Bhalobashar Tin Kaal 2009 Yes Television film [16]
Alta Sundori 2009[citation needed] Yes Telenovela [17]
Pattri Chai 2009 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Gadha Nogor 2009 Yes Television film [18]
Warren 2009 Yes Television film [citation needed]
Jamai Mela 2010 Yes Telenovela [19]
Ochol 2011 Yes Television film [20]
Hero 2011 Yes Television film [21]
Kota Dilem To 2011 Yes Television film [22]
Learned Man 2011 Yes Telenovela [23]
Mayti Kotha Bolibe Kintu Prem Koribe Na 2013 Yes Television film [24]
Azrail 2014 Yes Television film [1]
Nikti 2014 Yes Television film [25]
Ronger Manushera Kemon Ache? 2014 Yes Telenovela [8]
Layek Chan the Great 2014 Yes Telenovela [26]
Mr. Pashan Ekhon Neta Hoite Chaye 2014 Television film [27]
Sikandar Box Ekhon Bandarban-e 2014 Telenovela [28]
Khorkuto 2015 Yes Telenovela [29]
Piyar Alir Piyari 2015 Yes Telenovela [30]
Kopale Jodi Haar Thake 2015 Yes Telenovela [31]
The Village Engineer 2016 Yes Television film [32]
Mister Pashan Is Back 2016 Television film [33]
Disturb 2016 Television film [33]
Love Mane Bhalobasha 2016 Yes Television film [33]
What Is Your Father’s Name? 2016 Yes Television film [34]
Iti Mirzafar 2016 Yes Television film [34]
Koyna 2016 Yes Television film [34]
Bou Tumi Kar 2016 Yes Telenovela [35]
Sonar Pakhi Rupar Pakhi 2017 Yes Telenovela [6]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Salauddin Lavlu's birthday today". The New Nation. Dhaka. 24 January 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "Salauddin Lavlu busy with work on birthday today". The Independent. Dhaka. 24 January 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e Manir, Sabira (28 October 2004). "Ranger Manush comes to the big screen". The Daily Star. 
  4. ^ a b "Lux-Channel i Performance Award'05". The Daily Star. 24 November 2006. Salauddin Lavlu received the [Lux Channel i Performance Award (LCPA) '05] Best Director Award for Molla Barir Bou 
  5. ^ Shazu, Shah Alam (4 June 2014). "Salauddin Lavlu rewinds to childhood days". The Daily Star. 
  6. ^ a b c "Salauddin Lavlu's birthday today". The Independent. Dhaka. 24 January 2017. 
  7. ^ a b c d e Shazu, Shah Alam (8 January 2013). "Stories of rural lives take up the small screen". The Daily Star. 
  8. ^ a b "Ronger Manushera". The New Nation. 24 March 2014. 
  9. ^ "Kachher Manush: A story of two women". The Daily Star. 5 March 2005. 
  10. ^ "Kachher Manush to score 100". The Daily Star. 16 March 2006. 
  11. ^ "The Legacy of Humayun Faridee". The Daily Star. 10 February 2017. 
  12. ^ "Eid Delights on TV". The Daily Star. 31 December 2006. 
  13. ^ "New drama serial 'Mouchakey Dhil' to be aired from tonight". The Daily Star. 25 October 2007. 
  14. ^ Sarwat, Nadia (13 March 2008). "Thoughts of a playwright". The Daily Star. 
  15. ^ "Sakin Sarisuri New serial by Lavlu highlights multi-religious harmony". The Daily Star. 23 January 2009. 
  16. ^ "Ekushey TV anniversary on Pahela Baishakh". The Daily Star. 11 April 2009. 
  17. ^ "Romana Swarna to play in duet roles". The New Nation. 24 December 2011. 
  18. ^ "Channel i to air 72-hour no repetition Eid programmes". The New Nation. 12 September 2009 – via HighBeam Research. (Subscription required (help)). 
  19. ^ "'I dissolve my woes through acting'". The Daily Star. 31 August 2010. 
  20. ^ Shazu, Shah Alam (31 August 2010). "A familiar face". The Daily Star. 
  21. ^ "Amirul Haque Chy's 15 plays in Eid". The New Nation. 27 August 2011 – via HighBeam Research. (Subscription required (help)). 
  22. ^ "Special play 'Kota Dilem To' tonight on RTV". The New Nation. 4 September 2011 – via HighBeam Research. (Subscription required (help)). 
  23. ^ "Learned Man on RTV". The Daily Star. 4 November 2011. 
  24. ^ "Momo to appear on silver screen once more". Dhaka Tribune. 26 July 2013. 
  25. ^ "Telefilm Nikti airs today". Dhaka Tribune. 13 March 2014. 
  26. ^ Chaity, Afrose Jahan (23 May 2014). "I live many roles in real life: Prosun Azad". Dhaka Tribune. 
  27. ^ "'Mr. Pashan Ekhon Neta Hoite Chaye' on Rtv". The Daily Star. 26 September 2014. 
  28. ^ "What to watch on Eid holidays". Dhaka Mirror. 5 October 2014. 
  29. ^ "Shoshee, Niloy paired for a TV series". Dhaka Tribune. 8 February 2015. 
  30. ^ "Salauddin Lavlu busy with 'Piyar Alir Piyari'". The Daily Star. 7 April 2015. 
  31. ^ "Lavlu busy with 'Kopale Jodi Haar Thake'". The Daily Star. 4 September 2015. 
  32. ^ "The Village Engineer on Rtv". The Daily Star. 28 January 2016. 
  33. ^ a b c "Salauddin Lavlu to appear on screen this Eid". Dhaka: The Independent. 24 May 2016. 
  34. ^ a b c "Zahid Hasan in Lavlu's Eid telefilm". The Independent. Dhaka. 2 July 2016. 
  35. ^ "Star-studded cast in Lavlu's Eid drama serial 'Bou Tumi Kar'". The Independent. Dhaka. 15 August 2016. 

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