I never dreamt of being here, says actor Rashed Uddin

I never dreamt of being here, says actor Rashed Uddin

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Rashed Uddin, a popular actor, came into the limelight around 2010 when he performed in “moza mare foza vai.” Initially he was an assistant of Tarik Anam Khan for three years. In an interview with the Daily Star, he said:
“I wrote a TV play while I was working under Anam, ‘Kobi Bolechhen,’ that became a hit. Then I decided to act as well. I got real exposure in the series ‘mohanagar’ and ever since I was recognised as ‘ Rashed Uddin.’ People mainly acknowledge me for my role as a comedian.”“Recently, I have been working in a TV play, directed by Zahid Hassan ‘Ura Mon’. Of course, there is my own serial ‘Ganda chora’ and some other plays for Eid.”
“Some of my favourite roles are for ‘Chumki’ and ‘zoinal zadukor.’ Many thought that I was an inspiration for people and brought joy in their lives.”
“People, who actually encouraged me to be here, are my close friends and  family. I will not forget their advice to me. As they said, “’You enlighten us and our surroundings by your cheerfulness, why don’t you spread this innermost quality of yours. Let people know who you are. The world doesn’t need monotony; they need humour to add a spark to their mundane lives..” – A Correspondent

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