Tele Samad was a Bangladeshi comedian actor. His real name was Abdus Samad. He was born
on 8 January 1945 in Munshiganj
District, Bengal Presidency, British India (Now Bangladesh). He studded in Fine
Arts Department of Dhaka University.
Tele Samad debut
his acting career from film Kar Bou (1973). He got famed from the
movie Nayanmoni. He had performed in
many movies include “Shesh Theke Shuru (1974)”, “Sujon Sokhi Boga (1975)”, “Ovagi
(1975)”, “Bondini (1976)”, “Chandralekha (1980)”, “Boro Barir Meye (1982)”, “Streer
Paona Kader (1991)”, “Ke Ami Hashem (2009)”, “Mughal-E-Azam (2010)”, “Zero
Degree (2015)” and many more.
Tele Samad was also a playback singer in movies. He had sung
in more than 50 Bangladeshi flicks.
Tele Samad Death
Tele Samad suffered from various medical complications includes kidney & heart problems and leg infections and undergone a leg operation. He passed away on 6 April 2019 at the age of 74. He takes his last breath on Saturday at around 11.30 AM at Square Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He left behind his wife and four children two sons and two daughters.
Tele Samad Wiki Bio
8 January 1945
6 April 2019
Munshiganj District, Bangladesh
Samad Educational Qualification
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Samad Physical Stats Height & Weight
In Centimeters: 173 CM In Meters: 1.73 M In feet Inches: 5 Feet 8 Inch