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Salman Shah

 

Salman-shah
Born: Shahriar Chowdhury Emon, 19 September 1971, Sylhet, Bangladesh
Died: 6 September 1996 (aged 25)
Occupation: Actor, Playback Singer,
Years active: 1986–1996
Father: Kamaruddin Chowdhuri
Mother: Nila Chowdhur
Spouse(s): Samira Huq (1991-1996)

Shahriar Chowdhury Emon as Salman Shah (19 September 1971 – 6 September 1996) better known as Salman Shah, was a Bangladeshi actor. He was born on 19 September 1971, to Kamaruddin Chowdhuri and Nila Chowdhur. Salman shah emerged in the Bangladesh film industry as a successful hero. He started his career with the one episode TV serial Pathor Shomoy. After that he was seen in TV advertisement. Salman’s first appearance in a major role was in Keyamat Thekey Keyamat released in 1993. It was directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan. The film was a remake of an Indian film named Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. This was a blockbuster film.
He was able to re-enter the audience in the Hal. The producer re-started their investment in film industry. In the early 1990s when the country’s film industry remained motionless, salman added a new dimension to the film industry.
The late actor Salman Shah had been and still is a shining star in Bangladeshi film industry. In his short extent of film career he acted in 18 hit films. Salman Shah started his acting career in TV drama. In his short film career he acted in total 27 films. His film act was associated with first Moushumi and then Shabnur.
But the super star was soon gone under a dark cloud. On September 6, 1996, the people of Bangladesh were deeply shaken by Salman’s early death. Film enthusiasts could not accept his premature passing. Failing to cope with the loss of their favorite actor, some passionate fans even took their own lives.

Film Record of Salman Shah

Year Title Role Director Co-stars
1994 Keyamat Thekey Keyamat Raj Sohanur Rahman Moushumi
1994 Tumi Amar Zahirul Haque Shabnur
1995 Antorey Antorey Shibli Saddiq Moushumi
1996 Sneho Gazi Mazharul Anwar Moushumi
1995 Denmohor Sarowar Shamsuddin Togor Moushumi
1994 Tomake Chai Shagor Motin Rahman Shabnur
1994 Bichar Hobe Shujon Shah Alom Kiron Shabnur
1995 Anondo Osru Dewan Khosrow Shibli Sadique Shabnur
1995 Asha Vhalobasha Akash Tommizuddin Rizvi Shabnaz
1995 Jibon Shongshar Shobuj Zakir Hossen Raju Shabnur
1995 Moha Milon Shantto Dilip Som Shabnur
1995 Shopner Prithibi Masum Badol Khondokar Shabnur
1995 Shopner Thikana Shumon M A Khalek Shabnur
1995 Priojon Jibon Rana Nasser Shilpi and Riaz(Actor)
1996 Ei Ghar Ei Shongshar Mintu Malek Afsari Brishti
1996 Anjuman Hafizuddin Shabnaz
1996 Konnadan Delwar Hussein Jhonto Lima
1996 Mayer Odhikar Robin Shibli Saddiq Shabnaz
1996 Prem Jhodho Jibon Rahman Lima
1996 Sotter Mrittu Nai Joy Chotko Ahmed Shahnaz
1996 Shujon Shokhi Shujon Shah Alam Kiron Shabnur
1997 Buker vitor agun Agun Chutku Ahmed Shabnur
1997 Prem Piyashi Hridoy Reza Hasmat Shabnur
1997 Shopner Nayok Raju/Rasel Nasir Ahmed Shabnur
1997 Chaowa Theke Paowa Shagor Reza Hashmat Shabnur
1997 ” Sudu Tumi “

Salman Shah also acted in several TV plays including “Akash Chhoya”, “Doyel”, “Shob Pakhi Ghar-e Phere”, “Saikat Sarosh”, “Anjuman” and “Nayon”. He also acted in two TV serials titled “Etikatha” and “Pathor Somoy”.

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