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By Entertainment Report
21st-Aug-2014       
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Prabir Mitra is one of the legendary actors in the country’s film industry. August 18 was his birthday. He celebrated his birthday by own way at his residence. Now he is a grandfather. His elder son Mithun became father on July 28. Prabir Mitra is very much delighted in this regard. While sharing his feelings Prabir Mitra told this correspondent, “Earlier my daughter’s children called me grandfather. Now I am waiting to hear the call from my son’s baby. I am really happy.”Prabir Mitra didn’t work for last two months. “May be I having no role to act in now-a-day’s movies. For this reason, film directors didn’t call me to act in their movies. But I have no pain in this regard. Overall I am well now. Everybody pray for me.”Prabir Mitra last acted in Montazur Rahman Akbar’s movie Bujheyna Se Bujheyna. He got the National Film Award acting in Mohiuddin’s movie Boro Bhalo Lok Chhilo. When Prabir was a school student, he first acted in Rabindranath Tagore’s play Dakghar. Later he started practicing acting in old Dhaka’s theatre Lalkuthi. While talking about his coming to the film industry Prabir Mitra said, “Basically I came to film industry with the hands of H Akbar. After play I first acted in his movie Jolchhobi. My school life friend ATM Shamsuzzaman had written its dialogue and script. I acted in role of a physician in the movie. It was my acting in the big screen. I acted in role of hero in several movies in my early age of acting. Those movies were: Titas Ekti Nodir Naam, Chabuk, etc. I last acted in movie Nawab Siraj-ud-Daula. But I later concentrate to acting in character based role.”      

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