Afzal Hossain and Suborna Mustafa is one of the most popular pair in the country’s small screen.
The viewers always enjoy the pair’s fabulous acting very much. Afzal and Suborna always get proposal from directors together but they are very choosy about their work.
“Suborna Mustafa will play the role of a writer in the drama while Afzal will be seen as a character of Suborna’s writing in the play”, said director Badrul Alam Soud.
The drama will be aired on channel i very soon, soud added.
It may be mentioned that, Afzal Hossain and Suborna Mustafa were acted together in the play titled Shuva in 1975 under the direction of Abdullah Al Mamun for the first time.
Bangladeshi actor Afzal Hossain was born in Parulia, Satkhira in erstwhile East Bengal. His father, Ali Ashraf Hossain, was a medical officer.
He has one brother Alfaz Hossain and sister Rumana Afroz.
He also starred in three movies including box office hit Dui Jibon, Notun Bou and Palabi Kothay. Since 1984, he became busy with making TVC and has contributed a lot in this sector to develop in today’s level.
Hossain is married to Tazeen Halim Mona.
Meanwhile, Suborna Mustafa is a Bangladeshi television, film and stage actress.
Suborna was born to Golam Mustafa, a film and television actor, and Husne Ara Mustafa, a radio producer of All India Radio, Radio Pakistan and Bangladesh Betar.
She has a sister, Camelia Mustafa.
By the time Mustafa was attending university, she had already been acting professionally, having started acting in the late 1970s. Her roles include appearing as one of the main characters in Dolls House (2007–2009), a Bengali-language dramaserial which first aired on ATN Bangla, a Bengali-language digital-cable television channel based in Dhaka.
Mustafa was also a film actress during the 1980s. She acted in several films. Though commercial success eluded her, she was very successful in independent films.
She was very popular for her portrayal of serious and bold roles in films which other actresses refused to do.
She acted in New Bride (1983), Palabi Kothay (1986), Shankhanil Karagar (1991) and The Distance (2004).
She was awarded National Award for her portrayal in New Bride, but she refused to accept this award.