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12:00 AM, December 27, 2015 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:52 AM, December 27, 2015

Small screen stars go big in 2015

Another eventful year has gone by for TV stars. It has been a hectic year for some, while others haven't gained that much ground. Let's look at the fortunes of major names on the TV scene.

Popular face on the small screen, Tisha was seen acting in a number of remarkable plays like “Ratargul”. She also worked in the film “Mental” with Dhallywood heartthrob Shakib Khan. Besides this, she acted in “Ostitto”. Arifin Shuvo was her co-star in the movie.

Like Tisha, Bidya Sinha Mim has done a number of plays besides TV commercials and films. She acted in the films “Poddo Patar Jol” and “Black”. Of them, “Black” was released in Kolkata too.

Among male actors, Mosharraf Karim entertained the audiences with his powerful acting in many acclaimed TV plays all year round. Mosharraf-starrer “Jalaler Golpo” was screened at national and international film festivals and grabbed a number of awards. He also acted in another new film “Aggatonama”.

In 2015, many praised the works of another popular TV actor Chanchal Chowdhury. In the film “Ainabaji”, he played six different roles.

Meanwhile, Zahid Hasan and Mahfuz Ahmed focused more on TV direction and production than acting.  Mahuz Ahmed produced the film “Zero Degree” for the first time.

Two other busy TV actors -- Apurbo and Sajal acted in films. Apurbo worked in “Gangster Returns” while Sajal starred in “Runout”.

Two films of Moushumi Nag were released. She also had a baby boy. Popular model Sarika became mother of a baby boy as well.

Apart from this, noted actresses Sumaiya Shimu and Swagota got married. Srabonti Tinni tied the knot for the second time.

After 12 years, Nobel, Aupee Karim and Mahfuz Ahmed paired up for a telefilm. Nobel also did a TVC after a long hiatus. On the other hand, Aupee Karim was rarely seen acting in dramas but she was busy with her teaching profession. She also spent busy hours emceeing TV programmes.

Veteran actors Mamunur Rashid and Mita Chowdhury appeared in a stage play “Omanush” under the banner of Bangla Theatre.

TV artistes Runa Khan, Kallyan and Sahriar Nazim Joy luckily survived the Nepal earthquake while shooting a tele-film there.

Without uttering a single word, Tisha and Naim acted in the play “Quiet Please”. Seasoned actor Azad Abul Kalam made his debut as TV director in the play “Asukher Bhalobasa”.

After two-and-a-half years pause, Lux Superstar Mehzabien acted in a drama serial “Superstar”.

By the middle of the year, a road accident killed Nova's driver. However, she and her husband luckily survived the mishap. Playwright Faruq Hossain went missing in the Bay of Bengal. On top of it, popular comedian Pappu passed away the same year.

Nawshaba was seen anchoring a TV programme titled “Tahater Andore” for the first time. She also spent time shooting two films, awaiting release. Mahfuz Ahmed also made his debut as an anchor in a music show on Sabina Yasmin.

Like other years, Emon was busy with films. But he was seen acting in two TV plays where Mehzabien and Shokh were his co-stars.

 Though Nabila is popularly known as TV anchor, she began working in the film “Ainabaji” directed by Amitabh Reza.

Once popular child artiste Sabrin Saka Mim was a busy news presenter over the year. She also anchored a TV programme.

Afzal Hossain, Suborna Mostofa, Purnima and Mahfuz Ahmed acted in a telefilm “Amar Bela Je Jaye” for the first time.

Like previous years, Afsana Mimi was busy with TV direction.

Near the end of the year, a film of popular TV artiste Jyotika Jyoti was released, titled “Anil Bagchir Ekdin".

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