Sohana Saba (Full Name: Shohana Sharmin Saba) is a Bangladeshi Actress. She is very popular for her performance in both Big and Small Screens. Sohana Saba is well known for choosing quality over quantity when selecting movie or drama to act. She does not accept any film or drama, if she does not like the story or script.
Sohana Saba wants to be able to do more of quality work by which her fans will always remember her. Also a dancer, she analyses the art of dancing and acting as complementary. Sohana Saba has already made a mark on the Dhallywood by delivering outstanding performances in movies like. Her last film was released few years ago. After a break of more than three years, She get back in the silver screen with a new film “Brihonnola”. That film was directed by her husband Murad Parvez.
Sohana Saba : Bangladeshi Actress Biography
Sohana Saba Early Life : Bangladeshi Model And Actress Sohana Saba was born in Dhaka. She started her education in Azimpur Ladis Club Kindergarten. After that she admitted in Dhaka Laboratory School and College in 1992. She passed her SSC (Secondary School Certificate) from there in 2002. After that she passed HSC (Higher School Certificate) from Dhaka Women’s College in 2004. During her school life, she always participated in cultural events. She also learned dancing for 14 years in BAFA (Bulbul Academy of Fine Arts / Bulbul Lolito Kola Academy) and learned acting from Chayanot. From her childhood she always dreamt to be an actress. After HSC, she has completed her graduation in Fashion Designing from Shanto Marium University, Dhaka.
Bangladeshi Model And Actress Sohana Saba’s Career
Bangladeshi Actress Sohana Saba entered in the Showbiz of Bangladesh as a dancer, she always had the dream to be a popular actress one day. She did not take much time to make her dreams true. Sohana Saba started her acting career in 2001 as an Actress in small screen. She met success from her first appearance and started to get lots of offers from TV Drama (Bangla Natok) makers for acting. Though, unlike others, she never compromised with quality over quantity. Her notable TV dramas (Bangla Natok) are Ashfaqur Rahman Ovi’s “Tumi Amar Bondhu Hobey”, Sayed Ahmed’s “Begom”- based
on Kazi Najrul Islam’s story Shamihara, Rownok Hasan’s “Bibaho Bivrat”, Jewel Rana’s “Badol Diner Gaan”- based on a story written by Humayun Ahmed, Rezwan Alam Hira’s “Bikol Ongko O Shomadhan”- based on Shatyajit Ray’s story Puroshkar, and Murad Parvez’s “Restaurant Twenty One”. Among them the highlight of her TV drama (Bangla Natok) career is “Restaurant twenty One”, where she played three different roles. Sohana Saba played the role of the middle class Benu, the affluent Jhora and a speech impaired girl from the slums named Nadia, in that drama.
Bangladeshi Actress Sohana Saba’s Career In Bangladeshi Film
BD Model And Film Actress Sohana Saba debuted in Dhallwood cinema (Bangladeshi Bangla Cinema) with Kabari’s film “Ayna” with film actor Ferdous. Her second film was Murad Parvez’s “Chondro Grohon” with Riaz. After that she acted in Morshedul Alam’s “Priyotomeshu” and “Khlaghor” and Abu Sayed’s “Rupantor” with Ferdous. After that she married film director Murad Parvez and took a break from showbiz for three years. Then she came back in 2013 to act in a government funded film “Brihonnola”. This film will be directed by her husband Murad Parvez.
Other Activities Of Sohana Saba
Apart from her acting, Bangladeshi Model And Actress Sohana Saba has directed a TV drama (Bangla Natok) “Hashi Fashi Rohoshsho O Romola”. In that Drama, main casts were Azizul Hakim, Intekhab Dinar, Dipannita Haldar and Mirana Jaman. Also a dancer, she analyses the art of dancing and acting as complementary. She says that dancing has assisted her a lot in acquiring the suitable body language and expressions that are required while acting. She is a Fashion Designer too. She has completed her graduation in Fashion Designing from Shanto Marium University, Dhaka. In her films, she does her dressing plans all by herself. She also worked a dress designer in two films, “Chondro Grohon” and “Brihonnola”.