‘Movie Mughal’-famed Bangladeshi producer AKM Jahangir Khan passed away at a hospital in the capital yesterday morning (Inna lillahe wa inna ilaihe rajeun). He was 82.
He breathed his last at United Hospital in the capital around 11:30am.
Jahangir Khan, one of the most successful producers of the country, had been suffering from old-age complications for a long time. He was admitted to the United Hospital two weeks ago when his physical condition deteriorated. He died there while undergoing treatment.
He produced a number of films under the banner of his own production company named Alamgir Pictures. The notable films produced by him include ‘Nayanmoni’, ‘Toofan’, ‘Badal’, ‘Kudrat’, Rajsinghasan’, ‘Rajkonya’, ‘Simana Periye’, ‘Surjya Kanya’, ‘Ki Je Kori’, ‘Shuvo Da’, ‘Chandranath’, ‘Ali Baba 40 Chor’, ‘Rangin Rupban’, ‘Prem Diwana’, ‘Babar Adesh’, ‘Disko Dancer’, ‘Amar Ma,’ among others.
Editor of Chitrali Ahmad Zaman Chowdhury gave the title ‘Movie Mughal’ to AKM Jahangir Khan. It is interesting to share that he is well known as ‘Movie Mughal’ even today also.