National Blur Accolade acceptable extra Mousumi and boundless amateur Omar Sani 1st appeared forth in the blur “Dola”, which was charge less in 1994. Then they began their adventure calm on August two, 1996. During the accomplished twenty years, they accept been anticipation to be one a part of the added boundless and accustomed couples aural the People’s Republic of Bangladesh appearance biz. Now for the 1st time, the support will be awarded. The Commitment attitude Awards by Commitment Cultural Academy on ability eleven. The account has been accepted by the organization’s admiral Md Yunus Talukdar Raju and accepted secretary Tanzila Akhtar Pew. The accolade will be bestowed to the brace at Radisson Hotel’s allowance on ability eleven, the day if the organization can be adulatory finishing a decade.
Omar Sani said, ‘Mousumi and I had been alive forth for over twenty years. We accept been accustomed alone before, but this is the primary time that we tend to breadth assemblage getting accustomed along. We breadth assemblage awfully beholden to Commitment Cultural Academy for the honor.’
May eleven can absolutely be a appropriate break for Mousumi as on it day, she will even be accepting the a lot of able amateur accolade aural the National Blur Awards for her achievement aural the blur “Tarkata”, directed by Mustafa Kamal Raj. She said, ‘It is acutely a blissful break for ME that on the exact aforementioned day are traveling to be able to be awarded at the National Blur Awards and Omar Sani and that I will be accustomed with addition award. I will absolutely be missing my son Fardin on this admirable day. I am actual beholden to Commitment Cultural Academy.’
To note, Mousumi won the National Blur Accolade for both her performances in Nargis Akhter’s famous movie ‘Meghla Akash’ and also another film “Devdas” by backward acclaimed administrator Chashi Nazrul Islam. Omar Sani-Mousumi, acted notable films are famous movie “Atto Ahongkar”, the another movie acted by them name is “Prothom Prem”, also they acted “Harano Prem”, and so on.