Bangladeshi actors died in Myocardial infarction

Here are 2 famous actors from Bangladesh died in Myocardial infarction:

Dino Shafeek

Dino Shafeek (March 21, 1930 Dhaka-March 10, 1984 London) also known as Dino Shaffer, Dino Shaffeek or Gholam D. Shafeek was a Bangladeshi comedian and actor.

Shafeek began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He acted in numerous Bengali films before moving to London in the 1960s. In London, he continued to work in films and also performed live comedy shows in the UK and internationally. Shafeek is best known for his role in the British comedy series Mind Your Language, where he played the character of Ali Nadim. He also appeared in other popular British TV shows such as Doctor Who, The Saint and The Avengers. Despite his success, Shafeek was known for his humility and generosity towards others in the industry. He passed away in London in 1984 at the age of 53.

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Manna (December 6, 1964 Tangail-February 17, 2008 Gulshan Thana) also known as SM Aslam Talukder or Aslam Talukder was a Bangladeshi actor.

He started his career in the television drama industry of Bangladesh in the 1980s. His first television show was "Nil Doriya" which was aired in 1987. Manna went on to act in over 200 films, making him one of the most accomplished actors in the country's film industry.

Manna received numerous awards for his outstanding acting skills, including the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Actor three times. He was known for his versatile acting, delivering intense and emotional performances on screen.

Apart from his acting, Manna also played an active role in politics. He was a member of the Jatiya Party and was elected as a Member of Parliament from the Tangail-8 constituency in the 2001 elections.

Manna's sudden death in 2008 was a great loss to the Bangladeshi film industry and the country as a whole. He passed away due to a heart attack at the age of 43, leaving behind a legacy that will be remembered for generations.

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