Entertainment Desk: Veteran actor ATM Shamsuzzaman has been put on life support again.
The actor was put on life support around 10.00am on Monday as his condition deteriorated, family sources said.
Earlier, ATM Shamsuzzaman was put on life support on April 30 at capital’s Asgar Ali Hospital.
The renowned actor was hospitalised on April 26, underwent surgery on Saturday, April 27, and was placed under a 72-hour observation.
His illness originated from indigestion, according to his daughter-in-law Ruby Zaman.
Shamsuzzaman began his career as a comedian. He wrote over 100 stories, and film scripts.
His movie career started in 1961, as the Assistant Director in “Bishkonna.”
He first gained popularity as an actor through Amzad Hossain’s “Noyonmoni” (1976).
Born on September 10, 1941 in Noakhali, the actor was awarded the Ekushey Padak in 2015. He won the Bangladesh National Film Awards five times for his roles in “Dayee Ke?” (1987), “Madam Fuli” (1999), “Churiwala” (2001), “Mon Bosena Porar Table E” (2009) and “Chorabali” (2012).
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