To pay tribute to Salman Shah, Dhallywood superstar Moushumi will make a film on the prematurely died superhero of the country.
Salman-Moshumi was one of the most popular pairs in Bangladesh film industry. Their first film Â‘Keyamat Theke KeyamatÂ’ was released in 1993, which was a super hit film of that time.
Moushumi said, Â“Salman was one of my best friend and we used to share our happiness and sorrows with each other.Â”
Â“To make a film on his colourful life is my long-cherished dream. Now the decision is final. I am searching for new-comer for the film,Â” she added.
Moushumi is now busy with shooting a film named Â‘Shunno HridoyÂ’. She has paired up with Ferdous in the film.
Moushumi came to the industry after winning the Â‘Anonda Bichittra Photo Beauty ContestÂ’.
She appeared in TVC for Meril Skin Care Cream and Spin Rain Shampoo in the early 1990s. She also did the TVCs of Lux, Angalik, Frame Tea, Dandy Dyeing and Tibet soap.
She has acted both as an actress and a singer since childhood.
The actress took a break from acting and announced plans to marry actor Omar Sani in 1996. After six months, Moushumi came back in front the camera and acted in Â‘Golapi Ekhon BilateyÂ’, opposite Mithun Chakraborty.
Moushumi was given the National Film Award for Â‘Meghla AkashÂ’ in 2002. She has so far acted in over 150 films and made her directorial debut with Â‘Kokhono Megh Kokhono BrishtiÂ’ in 2003.
She performs in TV drama. Her co-actors are Afzal Hossain, Zahid Hasan, Towkir, Bipasha, Mahafuz and others. She has also released an audio album.
Shahriar Chowdhury Emon, who is better known as Salman Shah, was born in Sylhet on September 19, 1971.
He started his career with a one-episode TV serial Â‘Pathor SomoyÂ’. After that he was seen in TV advert. SalmanÂ’s first appearance in a major role was in Â‘Keyamat Thekey KeyamatÂ’ released in 1993.
Salman had starred in a number of successful films including Â‘Keyamat Thekey KeyamatÂ’, Â‘Antorey AntoreyÂ’, Â‘BikkhovÂ’, Â‘DenmohorÂ’, Â‘Bichar HobeyÂ’, Â‘Ei Ghor Ei SangsarÂ’, Â‘Jibon SangsarÂ’, Â‘Chawa Theke PawaÂ’ and Â‘Anondo OshruÂ’.
Salman Shah breathed his last on September 6, 1996 at the age of 25.