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Tahmina Mou’s 8 serials

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Viewers’ choice popular TV actress Tahmina Sultana Mou has been passing busy times in her career now. She is working in eight drama serials in a row now. These are: Rulin Rahman’s Sutoy Bandha Sukher Paira, Kaisar Ahmed’s Bokulpur, Al Hazen’s Chhayachhobi, Chokkor and Hoolsthool, Sokal Ahmed’s Shantipuritey Oshanti, Badrul Anam Soud’s Lukochuri Lukochuri Golpo, Himu Akram’s Shanti Molom 10 Taka.
According to Mou, she is playing the roles of Sejo Bou, Asma Begum, Killer Masi, ‘unmarried woman,’ one daughter among seven daughters, owner of a resort and second wife, etc. There variations from each role to others in these serials. For this reason, she has to work will full concentration while acting in these serials because she has to blend with her characters properly while working in thee serials.
While talking in this regard Mou told this correspondent, “Alhamdulillah, I have been passing very busy days now. I am grateful to them who have taken me in their works for acting in challenging roles. As an actress, I feel proud of it and it also inspires me in case of my acting career. Those serials, which are being telecasted now, I am getting positive response for them. Today is my birthday. I have no special plan to celebrate my birthday. But my family celebrates the day. When my birthday comes I miss my father. I have four persons in media. They are: Wahida Mollick Jolly, Nayeem, Deepa Khondokar and Shabnaz. On October 24, on the set of serial Bokulpur my birthday will be celebrated,” she added.

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