Monday, August 23, 2010

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Azam Khan on his way home

Ailing Bangla pop guru and freedom fighter Azam Khan will return on Monday after a month-long treatment in Singapore, his family has said.
The pop-song pioneer has been suffering from mouth cancer and flew to Singapore on Aug 14 for better treatment.
The operation on him was done successfully at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore on Aug 21.
Azam's elder daughter Ima Khan told "He is almost healed but will be given Tomotherapy to cure the affected place."
For this, the pop guru will fly to Singapore on Sept 10, the Tomotherapy will start from Sept 13.
"My father's verbal condition is not quite stable yet," Ima added.
Azam Khan will reach Dhaka on 9pm.
Before going to Singapore on Aug 13, Azam, in an exclusive interview, told that he felt a piece of flesh under his tongue but didn't take it seriously. The doctors later examined his mouth cancer.
He was born in the capital's Azimpur on Feb 28, 1950. He has released 17 solo albums to date. A large number of his songs were also released in mixed albums.
'Ore Saleka, Ore Maleka' is one of his songs that became very popular in the eighties.


Nova’s glamour world career continues

Lured by the fun of it, Nova started modelling. At one point of her modelling career in 2006, she received an offer for acting in Animesh Aich’s TV play ‘Prem O Ghamer Galpo’ which went on air on Banglavision as special TV play on the occasion of Eid.
Bangladeshi model Nova
Since then, Nova became a regular face on the small screen. Despite she was very ill for more than two weeks and admitted to a hospital, Nova will be seen in several TV plays on the occasion of Eid. She has already acted in five TV plays that are expected to go on air on different television channels. Raihan Khan’s ‘Nashto Sukh’ and ‘Samudre Chandragrohan’ Mizanur Rahman Labu’s ‘Sharto’ and Nazrul Islam’s ‘Nibhrita Nirjane’ are among the plays.
According to Nova, the most challenging role was her character in the play ‘Nibhrita Nirjane’, which deals with the struggle of a single mother.
‘I have played the role of the daughter. Her mother develops a romantic relationship with a person but remain confused whether to move forward with it. RJ-actor Nawsheen played the mother. It was quite hard for both of us, as Nawsheen is only two or three years older than me,’ said Nova.
‘Another funny thing was I had to address actor Apurba as uncle in the play,’ Nova added with a big grin on her face. She had been paired with the popular actor in many TV plays.
In ‘Nashto Sukh’, Nova played a girl who betrays her lover by marrying someone else. Mosharraf Karim has acted against her in the play. And the story of the play ‘Sharto’ centres on the relationship between two sisters. The relationship is strained when both the sisters fall in love with a same guy. About her characters in these plays, Nova said, ‘Honestly, I enjoyed every character I have played, each were different from the others’.
Recently, Nova has completed shooting for a TV commercial for Diamond Melamine which is expected to be on air from this week. The TVC, also featuring Fair & Lovely superhero Sohan Khan, was shoot at the spectacular location of Himchori and Inani beach of Cox’s Bazar.


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