Acclaimed Bangladeshi actor Jaya Ahsan recently wished renowned Bangladeshi actor Abdur Razzak on his 76th birthday. In an emotional post on social media she described running into Nayak Raj during a flight to London. She wrote that a long time ago when she was taking a flight to attend an event at London, she spied the silver screen hero sitting close to her reading a novel by Samaresh Majumdar which he later graciously gifted her with an autograph.
She also claimed and confessed that there is not a single girl who watched young Razzak on screen and did not fall in love with him. She also added that she envies actors like Kobori, Bobita, Shabana, Shuchanda, Shabnam and Sujata who had the opportunity to share the screen with the legend. Jaya also wished that if she had been born a few years earlier then she could have acted in Razzak’s films like “Behula,” Etotuku Asha,” “Nil Akasher Niche,” “Chutir Ghonta,” “Pitch Dhala Poth” and more.
The internationally acclaimed actor also confessed she received an offer from Razzak to act in the remake of “Rangbaaz” which he was about to helm. But he passed away before the film could be made. Jaya is thankful that she once had the opportunity to act in the same film titled “Purnodoirgho Prem Kahini” with the hero. She also said how the hero was different from every other person on set and everything about the man exuded knowledge, wisdom and class. She shared how she enjoyed the small talks she had with him during the production and that he shared the stories of his journey to Dhaka from Kolkata.
She concluded her effucsive post by wishing him a happy birthday and saying that as long as Bangla films will live, Razzak will and his work will live among on. "As lon as they speak your name, you shall never die."