Riaz Biography

Born: October 26, 1972 Full name: Riaz uddin ahamed siddique Birth place: Faridpur, Bangladesh Height: 1.71 m Color of eyes: Black Color of hair: Black Zodiac Sign: Scorpio Nationality: Bangladeshi Spouse(s): Mushfika Tina Religion: Islam

Born: October 26, 1972
Full name: Riaz uddin ahamed siddique
Birth place: Faridpur, Bangladesh
Height: 1.71 m
Color of eyes: Black
Color of hair: Black
Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Spouse(s): Mushfika Tina
Religion: Islam

Riaz is a popular, famous and well-known film actor in Bangladesh who made his film debut with the commercially successful Banglar Nayok (1995). His cousin actress Babita inspired him very much to build up career in film industry. In 1997, he showed his terrific performance in the film “Praner cheye priyo” directed by film maker Mohammad Hannan ever commercially successful in dhallywood history. Another successful film is “Hridoyer Kotha” (2006) which film added a new dimension in his carrer. Actually, he was the true substitute of Salman Shah in the film industry. He already acted more than hundred Bengali films.

Early life:
Riaz Uddin Ahamed Siddique was born on 26 October, 1972 in Faridpur, District to His father, late Zainuddin Ahamed Siddique and mother Arzumand Ara Begum. He has six sisters and a brother. In early he started his career as a pilot of Bangladesh Air Force but a misunderstanding with the authority forced him to left the job. Then he started a new life pursue to career in film industry. He also is a successful businessman. In due course he is the Director  & CEO of “Ashiyan Group” and run a seafood and soft drink company called “Yes Corporation Ltd” at Banani, Dhaka.

Personal Life:
He got married with Mushfika Tina on 18 December 2007. Suchanda, Babita, and Champa are his cousin and famous film director Zahir Raihan is brother-in-law. Now he lives at 1 no Banani airport road, Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Films acted by Riaz:
Praner cheye priyo (1997), Biyer Phul (1999), Dui Duari (2000), Nishwase Tumi Biswase Tumi (2001), Eri Naam Dosti (2001), Premer Taj Mahal (2002), Moner Mahje Tumi (2002), Shasti (2004), Megher Pore Megh (2004), Wrong Number (2004), Taka (2005), Haajar Bachhar Dhorey (2005), Bidrohi Padma (2006), Khelaghor (2006), Na Bolona (2006), Hridoyer Kotha (2006), Ekjon Songe Chhilo (2007), Daruchini Dip (2007), Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa (2008), Bajaw Biyer Bajna (2010), and Madhumati (2011).

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