Sadek Bachchu’s physical condition deteriorates
News Desk || risingbd.com
Sadek Bachchu, popularly Known for his negative roles in Dhaliwood, has been put on life support as his physical condition has deteriorated further.
The actor was placed on life support in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Universal Medial College Hospital (former Aysha Memorial Hospital) in Dhaka’s Mohakhali when his physical condition deteriorated on Saturday night.
Earlier, Sadek Bachchu was admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital on September 6 after his physical condition deteriorated. Later on September 8, he tested positive for coronavirus or Covid-19.
Zayed Khan, General Secretary of Bangladesh Cholochitro Shilpi Samiti, confirmed the news to risingbd.
“We are still at the hospital. He has been put on life support. We hope he will recover soon,” Zayed Khan said.
The actor came into the limelight with the critically acclaimed film, Chadni, directed by Ehtesham, back in the 90s. Jibon Nodir Tire, Koti Takar Kabin, Pita Matar Amanot, Shujon Shokhi, Mayer Chokh, Amar Praner Shami, Bhalobasha Zindabaad, Badhuboron, Lobhe Paap Paape Mrittu and Mon Boshe Na Porar Table E, are some of his remarkable performances in film.
Sadek Bachchu has noteworthy contributions to the theatre, radio and television. His debut television drama, Prothom Ongikar was aired in 1978, while his debut film, Ramer Sumoti, directed by Shohidul Amin, was released in the 80s.
Gronthik Gono Kohe, Jonaki Jole, Shojon Badhiar Ghat, Purbo Ratri Purbo Din and Nakshi Kanthar Math are among his significant performances in television dramas for BTV.
Founder and President of Motijheel theatre, Sadek Bacchu started his career on stage. Acclaimed Bangladesh Betar drama, Khelaghor, is considered one of his most influential work on the radio.
Born in Chandpur in 1955, the actor received the National Award for his work in the film Ekti Cinemar Golpo in 2018.