‘Adam’ movie director Abu Tauhid Heron dies


Entertainment Report :
Abu Tauhid Heron, director of the movie ‘Adam’ released last year
during Eid-ul-Fitr, died at the age
of 38. Early Monday morning at around 4:00am, the young filmmaker succumbed to a cardiac arrest
at his residence in New Eskaton
in the capital.
It is reported that director Heron had contacted the caretaker of his house, informing him of the physical discomfort he was experiencing.
However, due to the room being locked from inside, he was unable to reach promptly.
Upon subsequent assistance from neighbours who forced the door open, Heron was found in an unconscious state inside his room.
Abu Tauhid Heron, originally from Khalishpur, Khulna, directed the movie ‘Adam’, starring Yash Rohan, Jannatul Ferdous Oishee, Raisul Islam Asad, and Shahiduzzaman Selim in leading roles.
The shooting of another movie titled ‘Wrong Road’, directed by him, had recently been completed.
This news of the untimely demise of a talented filmmaker comes as a shock to the film fraternity and his admirers.
Abu Tauhid Heron’s contributions to Bangladeshi cinema, particularly through his recent work, ‘Adam’, have been widely acclaimed.