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12:00 AM, September 18, 2011 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, September 18, 2011

Nipun wins twice over

For any artiste it is a great honour to win a National Film Award; winning it twice over is an accolade that only a few can attain. Talented actress Nipun is among such individuals. In her career spanning a brief period of time, Nipun has bagged the national award twice for supporting roles in “Shajghor” and “Cha(n)der Moto Bou”-- where she demonstrated greater maturity and accomplishment in her performances. Apart from her celluloid career, she regularly appears in special Eid dramas or telefilms, as well as stepping up the ladder in the world of modeling. Overall, Nipun has carved a comfortable niche for herself in the world of movies, TV, modeling and even stage shows.
This Eid saw the release of Nipun's latest big budget film “Tiger Number One” -- where she stars opposite Shakib Khan. Shahin Sumon has directed the movie, the cast of which includes Sahara and Amit Hasan.
Bodiul Alam Khokon's “Boss Number One”, shot in Bangkok, is currently in the pipeline, with Nipun pairing up with Shakib Khan again. The duo seems to be a popular choice for filmmakers at the moment-- as they have also been cast in Rakibul Alam's “Jaan Tumi Pran Tumi”, shot in Singapore.
Nipun's debut film was “Pitar Aashon”. Another movie that Nipun did a sometime back is Shahadat Hossain Liton's “Ekshathe Bachbo Ekshathe Morbo”, where she acted opposite Emon. Nipun made a guest appearance in ATN Bangla's Eid release “Dui Purush”, with Riaz in the role of the protagonist. Other guest appearances include Noyeem Imtiaz Neamul's “Ek Cup Chaa” and FI Manik's “Bhabi Amaar Maa”.
Nirob is another actor with whom Nipun has been working lately-- with shooting on for Shahjahan Chowdhury's “Attodan” and Ashraful Islam's “Tumi Ashbe Boley Bhalobashbe Boley”. Three other movies also cast Nipun and work began post Eid.

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