Renowned Bangladeshi Actress Kabori Dies of Covid-19

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Renowned actress Sarah Kabori dies of coronavirus. Kabori breathed her last at 12:20am (Bangladesh time) on Saturday. She was 70 years old.

Kabori, original name Meena Pal, had been on life support since the evening of April 15 at Sheikh Russell Gastroliver Hospital in Dhaka. On April 5, it was reported that she was suffering from Covid-19. She was admitted to Kurmitola General Hospital that night.

She was later taken to Sheikh Russel National Gastroliver Institute and Hospital at noon on April 8 as Intensive Care Unit beds were not available at Kurmitola General Hospital.

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Kabori made her film debut with “Sutorang” in 1964 under the direction of Subhash Dutt. She has presented numerous classic films including Hiraman, Mynamati, Chorabali, Parul’s Sansar, Baran followed by ‘Bahana’, ‘Titus Ekti Nadir Naam’, ‘Rangbaz’, ‘Sarang Bau’, and ‘Sujan Sakhi’.

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The actress has also produced films. Kabori also known as Kabori Sarwar has also made films as a director. After 14 long years, she has started to make the second film.

Born in 19 July 1950, Kabori has directed the film ‘Ei Tumi Sei Tumi’ as well as composed its stories, screenplays and dialogues. The first movie directed by Kabori is called ‘Ayna’.

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