Abul Hayat | A Legendary Actor of Bangladeshi Drama and Movie

Abul Hayat

Abul Hayat

Name: Abul Hayat
Birth Date: 7th September, 1944
Profession: Actor, Director
Religion: Islam
Nationality: Bangladeshi

Abul Hayat is a name of great actor, director and engineer. He gets success in every sphere of his life. He has acted in more than 500 dramas and 60 movies. He has an excellent family which helps him to achieve the peak of success.


Abul Hayat was born at Murshidabad in West Bengal on 7th September, 1944. In the meantime, his father was suddenly shifted to Chittagong. He said that he passed some great time in Tiger pass railway colony. His house number was 37/B. He had been living in Chittagong for 22 years.


Abul Hayat completed his primary and secondary education from Chittagong Collegiate School and Railway High School. He passed Matriculation (S.S.C) from there. Then he admitted into Chittagong College and passed I.S.C from there. In 1992, he came to Dhaka and got admit into in BUET at Civil Engineering. He got a seat in Sher-E-Bangla Hall and completed his course in 1967.


After one year of completing his student life, he joined with Dhaka WASA as an engineer. For his great dedication of this job, he was selected as the director of this organization within 10 years.

Abul Hayat

Abul Hayat


Abul Hayat started acting in his early age. When he was only ten years old, he acted in a stage play named Tipu Sultan where he played the role of ‘Moshiye Lali’. He made his debut in TV screen at 1969 by the drama ‘Oedipus’. Then he acted in numerous dramas and movies which is more than 500 dramas and 60 movies. His notable works are:




  • To be Continued (2013)
  • Atmogopon (2012)
  • Koti Takar Prem (2011)
  • Third Person Singular Number (2009)
  • Daruchini Deep (2007)
  • Rupkothar Golpo (2006)
  • Joyjatra (2004)
  • Anonto Valobasha (1999)
  • Shopner Thikana (1995)
  • Aguner Poroshmoni (1994)
  • Keyamot Theke Keyamot (1993)
  • Shonkhonil Karagar (1992)


  • Vulo Mon
  • Road to America
  • Autosuggestion
  • Biyer Por Ornober Ki Hobe
  • Hafez Bhai
  • Khan Estate
  • Chithi
  • Valobasha Bedonay
  • Valo Thakar Shohoj Upay
  • Alor Nachon Patay Patay
  • Anondo Jatra
  • Black Book
  • Ghotona Shamanno
  • Ayomoy
  • Dushto Pakhi Chondona
  • Housefull

Abul Hayat has some affection to writing too. He has written several books and columns in a daily newspaper. His first book released on 1991 book fair which name was “Apluto Moru“. His other books are:

  • Apluto Moru
  • Nirjhor Shonnikot
  • Esho Nipo Bone (3 parts)
  • Ochena Tara
  • Jibon Khatar Foot Note (2 parts)
  • Jimmi

Personal Life

Abul Hayat married Mahfuja Khatun Shirin in 1970. They have two daughters named Bipasha Hayat and Natasha Hayat. Bipasha Hayat is also a renowned actress in Bangladesh now.


Abul Hayat is the winner of National Award 2007 for his side-character in Daruchini Deep movie.

Abul Hayat's family

Abul Hayat’s family