Three decades of acting

Shahidul Alam Sachchu has won the National Film Award twice as an actor. He began his career as a professional actor in early 90s through acting in the movie 'Anjali', directed by Darashiko.

Later, he worked in films directed by Chashi Nazrul Islam, Shahidul Islam Khokon, Matin Rahman, Kohinoor Akhter Suchanda, Priyadarshini Mousumi and many more.

He received National Film Award for the first time for his performance in the movie 'Meghala Akash' directed by Nargis Akhter. Also he was awarded as the best performer for his performance in the movie ‘Britter Baire’ directed by Gulam Rabbani. This year, Sachchu has completed three decades in acting.

About this, Sachchu said, " no matter whether it is in the country or abroad, I have always received great love and respect from my fans and well wishers, and which is why  I want to continue acting till my last breath.

Shahidul Alam Sachchu's latest releases are "Beporoa" and "Nolok". His acting career started in the early seventies at staff quarters of Green Road in the capital.

But, before this he was associated with Sheikh Kamal's children's organization 'Pak Pakalir Jhaak'. He first performed in the stage drama at the Burdwan House of Bangla Academy. He then played the field drama “Adi theke Bingshoti” under the direction of Harun ur Rashid. He has acted in over 300 plays on television.