Actor Riyaz explained the reason for his departure from the Air Force
Entertainment desk: Riyaz is the popular hero of Dhakai movies. He made his big screen debut in 1995 playing in the movie ‘Banglar Nayak’. He has also acted in television dramas and commercials. The actor has also won the National Film Award three times during his long career.
He was a pilot in the Bangladesh Air Force before his debut in showbiz and film industry. This hero of the film ‘Premer Taj Mahal’ flew there a total of 300 hours in a jet fighter. Many fans and supporters are interested to know why Riyaz debuted on the color screen after retaining this exciting work.
Actor Riaz spoke about it during a press conference organized on the occasion of the release of the film “Operation Sundarban”, Thursday, September 8. At that time, all the movie stars were present.
Riaz said, “This is the story of my life. I was doing the Sylhet Shamsernagar Jungle Survival Course while in the Air Force. You must stay in the forest without food or water for seven days. And after going to another place 40 km away, the helicopter will help.
This hero said, “At that time, the last episode of the play ‘Baker Bhai’ was unfolding. I asked the elder to watch this episode. But he did not accept it. At some point, we challenged him and went to see “Buck’s brother.” That’s why I’m here now from the Air Force.
Actor Asaduzzaman Noor, who played the role of Baker Bhai in the popular drama series “Baker Bhai”, was present at the press conference. While talking about his work in the movie “Operation Sundarban”, cinematographer Riaz recalled the background of his career when he met the veteran actor in front of him.
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Riaz’s latest movie was released on February 26, 2016. The name of the movie is “Krishna Paksha”. The film was produced by Meher Afroz Shaon based on the story by Humayun Ahmed. And after six long years of this film, his film “Operation Sundarban” will be released on September 23.
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