Entertainment Report :
Veteran actor Mohiuddin Bahar, popularly known for his comedic skits on popular magazine programme Ittyadi, passed away on Monday morning at the age of 73.
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15th-Sep-2020

Veteran actor Mohiuddin Bahar passes away

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Entertainment Report :
Veteran actor Mohiuddin Bahar, popularly known for his comedic skits on popular magazine programme Ittyadi, passed away on Monday morning at the age of 73.
Mohiuddin Bahar had been suffering from various health complications including kidney and heart related issues for a long time. He was taken to Ibrahim Diabetic Hospital in critical condition from his home in Dayaganj early Monday. Doctors pronounced him dead when he was taken there.
The actor is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter, as well as many relatives and well-wishers. He was buried at Dayaganj graveyard after Asr prayers yesterday.
Mohiuddin Bahar was born on December 26 in 1947 in Laxmipur village of Motbi union in Feni. From his childhood, he started associating with drama organisations from his passion for acting. As a child artiste, Bahar made his debut in BTV’s children’s series Roj Roj. His journey in theatre began with theatre troupe Nagorik in 1986. In his television career, he went on to work with many notable creators including Humayun Ahmed, Hanif Sanket, Gias Uddin Selim and several others.
The actor earned widespread popularity through Ittyadi in which he flamboyantly performed comedy skits in Noakhali’s local jargon for about 27 years, mocking various inconsistencies in the society. He was also a government employee. Mohiuddin Bahar retired as Senior Assistant Secretary in 2005.