He breathed his last around 9:30am at BIRDEM Hospital in Dhaka on Sunday
Ekushey Padak-winning actor SM Mohsin has passed away.
He breathed his last around 9am at BIRDEM Hospital in Dhaka on Sunday, confirmed Director’s Guild President Salauddin Lavlu.
Salauddin Lavlu said: “Mohsin passed away while undergoing treatment at BIRDEM Hospital at 9am on Sunday. He was receiving treatment for Covid-19 infection at the hospital for a long time.”
He also said Mohsin, a freedom fighter, should be laid to rest at Mirpur Martyred Intellectuals’ Graveyard with full guard of honour.
A renowned stage and television actor, SM Mohsin served as a member of the Faculty of Drama at Jahangirnagar University, and was the acting director general of the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and also the first project director of the National Theatre.
Apart from taking part in “Rakte Veja” and “Kabar,” directed by Atiqul Haque Chowdhury, and ‘Chithi’ directed by Munir Chowdhury, SM Mohsin also acted in numerous TV, stage and radio dramas.