Abul Hayat turns 75 | 2018-09-07 | daily-sun.com

Abul Hayat turns 75

Culture Desk     7 September, 2018 12:00 AM printer

Abul Hayat turns 75

Ekushey Padak winning veteran actor and director Abul Hayat turned 75 today.

His fans, friends, and well-wishers from around the world have sent their congratulatory messages to the actor as he turns another year older. 

Celebrities and his co-artistes also take to the social media and shower love on Abul Hayat with birthday wishes.

The actor never keeps any type of shooting in his schedule on his birthday.

Besides, on the occasion of his birthday, Abul Hayat will participate in ‘Taroka Alap’ at 10:40am on RTV today.

Commenting about his birthday Abul Hayat said, “By the course of time, 74 years have gone from my life. Today, I turned 75.  I am very happy with my position. I seek prayers from everybody, so that I can keep well with one and all.”

Born in Murshidabad, West Bengal on September 7 in 1944, Abul Hayat is a Bangladeshi actor.

He is also a writer and a civil engineer. He earned Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for the film Daruchini Dwip in 2007 and was awarded Ekushey Padak for his writing in 2015 by the Government of Bangladesh.

Hayat completed his bachelor’s in civil engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).

Hayat was an executive engineer of Dhaka WASA.  He has acted in over 1000 television dramas. His first acted TV drama was Oedipus in 1969.  He is the founder member of the theatre group “Nagorik Natya Sampradaya”.

As of February 2015, Hayat has written 23 books in total. He wrote his first book Trishnar Shanti in 1989. 

Hayat’s two daughters, Bipasha Hayat and Natasha Hayat, are actresses. His son-in-laws Toukir Ahmed and Shahed Sharif Khan are actors too.