Abdus Sattar, a renowned name in the film industry of Bangladesh, passed away at the age of 72 on August 4. In 2012, he suffered from a severe brain stroke and later, became paralyzed. He has been combatting several major health problems for a long time. He breathed his last on his way to Green Life Medical College & Hospital.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina provided financial support for his treatment twice, throughout the years.
Abdus Sattar started his film career in the 70s. Alo Moti Prem Kumar, Saat Bhai Champa, Orun Borun Kiranmala, Modhumala Modonkumar, Sagorkonna and Amir Saodagar Bhelua Shundori are some of his most successful films. The Ibne Mizan directorial Amir Saodagar Bhelua Shundori was his first film.
Rongin Rupbaan, made under the banner of Alamgir Pictures, was a superhit, starring Abdus Sattar. He played lead roles opposite Shabana, Anju Ghosh, Rozina and Olivia among others.
According to his family, he will be laid to rest in their graveyard in Rupganj, Narayanganj.