TE24 Entertainment Desk:
Veteran actress Charmiri Ahmed has died at the age of 85. He breathed his last at a private hospital in the capital on Friday morning.
The matter has been confirmed by Ahsan Habib Nasim, president of the Actors’ Association and a popular actor.
Charmiri started her acting career in Urdu films and she acted in four Urdu films (Jugnu, Ujara, Pakistan, Tikana).
His first Bengali film was Subhash Dutt’s Abilbab.
Sharmili Ahmed has acted in more than 150 films including Fugitive, Bashundhara, Emil’s Intelligence Force, Hanger River Grenade, Eko Ek Raat, Toke Chai, Kusum Kali, Kajer Mein, Amar Sapna Tumi and many more.
He shares screens with leading actors like Razzak, Ujjal, Azim and Bulbul Ahmed.
Sharmili Ahmed has acted in different roles. She appeared on screen as her mother, her sister-in-law, beloved wife, her assistant sister and much more.
Apart from this, Sharmili Ahmed is regularly acting in TV dramas. He has acted in more than 300 television dramas including Ercol, Barobashi Tomakei, Nivedita, Shara Bela, Bofurpi Barobasha and Rupa.
She hosted a television show called “My Mother My Beautiful B” based on her International Mother’s Day broadcast on One Hundred Televisions.
In her many years of acting career, Sharmili Ahmed has won many prestigious awards in both film and drama.
In 1985 he won the Bacchus Award for his talent for his performance in the film Dohan. She has also received Ritwik Gatak Golden Award, Anna Award, Arokito Nari Award, Syed Mahidur Islamic Memorial.