Ferdous Ahmed Biography: Ferdous Ahmed (Born 7 June 1972) is a Bangladeshi film entertainer and maker. He acts in Bangladesh and Indian Bengali movies. He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor multiple times for his jobs in the movies Hothat Brishti (1998), Gangajatra (2009), Kusum Prem (2011), Ek Cup Cha (2014) and Putro
Ferdous Ahmed was acquainted with the entertainment world by choreographer Amir Hossain Babu. He appeared in the movie Hothat Brishti (1998), coordinated by Basu Chatterjee. He won his first Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor for the lead part in the film. He then, at that point acted in Chatterjee’s two different movies – Chupi (2001) and Tak Jhal Mishti (2002).
In 2003, he acted in Chandrokotha of producer Humayun Ahmed and Kal Shokale of Amjad Hossain. He then, at that point acted in Bachelor (2004), coordinated by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki and ‘Meher nigar’ – the main movie that is produced using the composition of public writer Kazi Nazrul Islam and coordinated by Moushumi – Gulzar. In the following year 2005, Ahmed again acted in the subsequent film produced using the content of public writer’s writing. The film was named Rakkhushi and he acted with entertainer Rojina. Around the same time, he additionally acted in the movie Ayna coordinated by entertainer Kabori Sarwar.