Beauty of vintage Bangladeshi actresses remain unbeatable
The legendary actresses of earlier times won the hearts of millions of fans with not just their beautiful faces; but also with their tremendous acting skills
Everyone knows for a fact that the actresses of the older generation look graceful and their simplicity is soothing to our eyes. Along with their beauty, their acting skills are top-notch and incomparable.
With the advancement of Plastic surgery and vast changes in makeup trend; the beauty industry has set a standard and most of the actresses of today's generation race for being nothing but each other's look-alike.
All the Kardashian sisters have fillers, Botox, implants and multiple surgeries; given, they look gorgeous, but all of them lost their uniqueness and simplicity.
Thankfully, the trend of altering features is yet to be popular in Bangladesh and viewers are still fortunate enough to see the unique beauty of each actress.
Of course, sharp contour, cut crease eyeshadow, glittering hair colour look beautiful; but viewers seldom take their eyes off from the actresses who opts for a simple look.
The legendary actresses of earlier times won the hearts of millions of fans with not just their beautiful faces; but also with their tremendous acting skills.
Let's take a look at some of these gorgeous actresses.
If one has ever watched old movies of Afroza Sultana Ratna, popular with the stage name Shabana, they can't deny that her beauty is incomparable. From throwing two braids around the shoulder to wearing flowers around her hair bun or letting her hair float in the air; Shabana looks soothing and delightful in every style.
Ratna got the first glimpse of the film industry at the age of 10, as a child actress of 'Notun Shur' cinema in 1962. Later on, her film career was affirmed by being the lead actress of Chakori cinema in 1967. From the late 60s to mid-90s, Shabana ruled as one of the top actresses for decades and acted in around 500 films where she presented the true picture of affectionate Bengali women. Even the black and white hazy camera of the sixties could not conceal her beauty.
At the age of 68, she still looks beautiful making her an eternal beauty
When the legendary Bangladeshi actress Arifa Parvin Zaman, popularly known as Moushumi signed the contract to be a cameo with Nusrat Faria in 2015, pictures of Moushumi and Nusrat Faria circulated over the internet. Moushimi caught the limelight and the latest Nusrat Faria was overshadowed beside Moushumi.
Fans critiqued Nusrat Faria's image as her lips looked swollen, suggesting she has changed her lip shape. Whereas, fans were stunned with Moushumi's grace in a shimmery golden saree with her charming smile being intact over the years.
A fashion house named Anzara invited Moushumi as the showstopper; during its inauguration of bridal collections, the owner of the fashion house claims that one of the fans of Moushumi wanted to pay Tk15 lakh to buy the saree worn by Moushumi on that show.
Since her debut film Kyamot Theke Kyamot in 1992, Moushumi stole the hearts of millions of fans with her dimpled chin and is still beloved by all.
Born in 1953, actress Farida Akhtar Poppy, known by her stage name Bobita, ruled the 1970s with cat eyeliner and puffed hair look.
Despite being the younger sister of popular actress Shuchanda; Babita never imagined that she would be an actress. From being a style icon to a simple village girl; Babita pulled off every look and grabbed the attention of millions.
Babita was pacified by her sister to play the role of a teenage girl where Razzak played the role of her father. Only a few years later, Babita was assigned as the lead actress with Razzak as the lead actor in the film 'Shesh Porjonto', which came out in 1969.
Babita was hesitant to accept Razzak as her hero and exchange romantic dialogues, but the director taught her that this is a film, not reality. Bobita received immense admiration from the young generations with the release of this film.
Born in 1950, Shahara Begum Kobori was a leading Bangladeshi film actress. Shat Bhai Champa, Sujon Shokhi are some of her notable films which almost everyone has heard of if they grew up in this country.
She began her career in 1962, only at the age of 13 with her debut film Shutorang. Gorgeous cat eye with perfectly groomed arched eyebrows was one of her signature looks.
In 2008, Kobori became an elected member of parliament from the Narayanganj-4 constituency as an Awami League politician and served until 2014.
Joya Ahsan- The national crush:
The timeless Bangladeshi actress Joya Ahsan is the heartthrob of the present times. Her fan claims her age decreases with each passing year as she looks younger than before.
She was first seen in an advertisement in 1997 and is still ruling the media with her bold looks. Fans even sarcastically say Joya is not only their crush; but also was their father's crush and might be the crush of their future generation.
The idea of timeless beauty is immensely popular in both Bangladesh and West Bengal.