Actor and producer Mizu Ahmed died of cardiac arrest in Dhaka tonight. He was 63.
Mizu Ahmed, known for his villain role in the Bengali film industry, breathed his last aboard a train at Airport Railway Station around 8:00pm following the heart attack.
The incident happened while he along with a team was going to Dinajpur for the shooting of film 'Manus O Omanus', said film director Ahmed Ilias Bhuiyan.
Born on November 17, 1953 in Kushtia, Mizu Ahmed got involved in a local theatre group. His birth name is Mizanur Rahman.
In 1978, he made his film debut with the film Trishna. After a couple of years, he established himself as one of the best villains in the Dhallywood film industry.
He was also producing film from his own banner, Friends Movies.