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Farida Akhter Bobita


Bobita is a Bangladeshi film actress. She was active in acting in 1970s and 1980s. She was popularity by acting “Oshoni Shonket” directed by Sattajit Roy in international film area. During the decade of the 70, only one of the best performances her established himself as an actress. Babita was acting in movies for nearly three decades. At one point in the movie, her acceptance of the evidence for survival and commercial films, she bowed to the commercial films. So that a bright star name is Babita in Bangladesh film industry. As the heroine of his distinction was noteworthy. Her first released feature was Shesh Porjonto. Ashani Sanket won the Golden Bear prize at the 1973 Berlin Film Festival. Bobita’s performance was central to the film. Babita was acting more than 250 films. She won the National Film Award for three consecutive years continuously. Bobita began working with Distressed Children & Infants International as a Goodwill Ambassador. Babita family eventually moves from Bagerhat to gendariyate a area of capital city. As a doctor, his mother, Babita wanted to be a doctor.


Farida Akhter Poppy was born in 1953, in Bagerhat district. Her father Mr. Nizamuddin Ataur was a government employee and her mother B J Araa was a doctor. Her ancestral home in Jessore district. Bobita’s notable work includes Shukhe Thako, Taka Anna Pai, Shorolipi], Manusher Mon, Pich Dhala Path, Noyon Moni, Jonmo Theke Jolchi and Anarkoli. Her acting gained the attention of the Indian director Satyajit Ray. In 1973, Ray cast Bobita in Ashani Sanket (“Distant Thunder”).

Rural, urban character, or social action, or up to all kinds of film, she played fluently. After the independence of the university and college students, were very popular. At that time the fashion of the girls had a great influence. Her acting was diagnosed with the life of the city nobility.

Biography of Bobita
Artist Name: Bobita
Date of Birth: 1956
Other Names: Babita, Farida Akhter Poppy, Poppy
Children: Onik (son)
Profession: Actress
Religion: Islam
Mother Tongue: Bengali
Language Active: Bengali
Place of Birth: Jessore, Bangladesh
Relatives: Shuchanda (sister), Champa (sister), Omar Sani (Nephew), Moushumi (Niece in Law), Riaz (Cousin)
National Film Awards (5th time) (1975, 1976, 1977, 1985, 2002)
Bangladesh Cine Journalists Association Award (1974, 1977, 1980, 1985)
Bengal Film Journalists Association Award, India (1993)
National Film Award, Pakistan
Dhallywood Music & Film Lifetime Achievement Award (2002, 2009)

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