Legendary actor and MP Asaduzzaman Nur has been admitted to hospital with coronary heart disease.
It is learned that yesterday (January 16) his corona test result came positive. The actor was admitted to a private hospital in the capital this morning (January 17).
The news was confirmed by Golam Qudduch, president of Sammilita Sangskritik Jote.
Nur submitted a sample to attend the National Assembly session. When the result was positive, he immediately went home. He was admitted to the hospital today.
Regarding this, Golam Quddush said, “Even though he is suffering from corona, Mr. Noor’s physical condition is very good.” No complications were revealed. Despite this, he was admitted to the hospital this morning for extra caution. Everyone will pray for him. ‘
Asaduzzaman Noor was born on 31 October 1946 in Nilphamari district. His acting career started in Mancha Natak. He has been involved in one of the country’s leading drama organizations, the Nagarik Natya Sampradaya since the post-independence period. His performance in the play ‘Nuruldin’s Lifetime’ on stage is still etched in the hearts of many.
He got stardom by acting in stage as well as television dramas. In the nineties, he gained immense popularity by playing the role of Buck’s brother in Humayun Ahmed’s play ‘Nobody Elsewhere’.
Asaduzzaman Noor is associated with the politics of Bangladesh Awami League. He has won the National Assembly elections three times in a row. He is currently serving as a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Culture.