Although her favorite media is stage, Bangladeshi popular model and actress Opi Karim has made her remarks in almost all the sections of acting. At present she is teaching in a private university along with acting. 1st May is the birthday of this well known star.
Bangladeshi Actress Opi Karim Biography
Opi Karim Acting life : Bangladeshi actress Opi Karim grabbed the attention of the people through acting in the character ‘Paruli’ in the popular drama serial ‘Shokal – shondha’ when she was only 2 and half years old. Earlier she appeared in the television media for the first time in the children program named ‘kolokakoli’. Before she arrived in her teens, Opi Karim acted in the two of the than popular serial of Bangladesh Television named as “Shuktara” and “Aponjon”. After several years of break, she again appears in the media through advertisement of “White Plus”.
In 1999, Bangladeshi Model and actress Opi Karim rejoined in the main stream acting by participating in the telefilm “Tepantor”. Opi Karim had a major break in her modeling career when she won the title of Lux superstar in 2000. Along with it she is recognized for her character ‘Nandini’ in the stage drama “Rokto kobori”.
Opi Karim Student life:
Bangladeshi Model and actress Opi Karim is not only a good actress but also a good student. She received the higher degree in Landscape Architecture from Buneburg Anhalt University of Germany in 2010. Earlier she completed her masters form BUET.
In 2nd September, 2011 BD Actress Opi Karim married the well-known director Masud Hasan Ujjal. Although it is the first marriage of Masud Hasan, it is the second marriage of Opi. Before it, she got married with Asir Ahmed in family choice who was the Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering in the Keas University of Japan. They got divorced within a year of marriage.
Notable dramas of Opi Karim:
BD Model and actress Opi Karim’s notable dramas in the direction of Masud Hasan Ujjal are, “Titir Shukh”, “Akkhoy Companyr Juta”, “Chaya chokh”, “Jolchap”, “Shada Alo Shada Kalo”, “Chaya feri”, “J jibon Foring er”, and “Thotomoto ei shohore”.