Sadika Parvin Popy

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Sadika Parvin Popy
Native name
Sadika Parvin Popy

(1979-09-10) September 10, 1979 (age 39)[1]
Khulna, Bangladesh
Residence Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1997–present
Notable work
Coolie, Rani Kuthir Baki Itihash,
Awards National Film Awards
(3rd time)

Sadika Parvin Popy (known as Popy) is a Bangladeshi movie actress and model who has performed in numerous Bangladeshi films.[2] She was born and brought up in Khulna city. She has won three national film awards for Best Actress.



Popy started her career with a showbiz program named 'Lux Ananda Bichitra' in 1995. She has acted in numerous commercials and over 200 Bengali-language films.


Popy debuted in the 1997 Coolie, with actor Omar Sunny and directed by Montazur Rahman Akbar. Coolie was a major success, with a film budget of 1.2 crore and business around 7 crore at the box office. Her second movie co starring with Shakil khan in Amar Ghor Amar Behesht, directed by Sohanur Rahman Sohan was also released in late 1997. Popy acted in Akbar's next film Ke amar baba with the hero Manna; the movie also did well; she had now acted in three films, all of them commercial successes.

Afterwards Popy became hugely popular through her performance in the movie Lal Badsha produced by Manna. She has also appeared in films with Riaz, Ferdous, Bapparaz, Ameen Khan, Shakib Khan, Emon, Amit Hasan and Rubel.

Popy has received three National Film Awards for the films Karagar, Gongajatra and Megher Kole Rod. She also acted in television dramas such as Mem Saheb, Na Valobasini, Onuvobe Valobasa.


Year Film Director Co-star Role Notes
1997 Coolie Montazur Rahman Akbar Omar Sunny Debut Film[clarification needed]
Amar Ghor Amar Behesht Shakil Khan First released film[clarification needed] - First movie with Shakil Khan
1998 Bidroho Charidike Mohammad Hannan Riaz Moshal First movie with Riaz
2000 Dujon Dujonar Abu Sayed Khan Shakib Khan First movie with Shakib Khan
2001 Borsha Badol Shakil Khan
2002 Khepa Basu Komol Sarkar Riaz
Oder Dhor Babul Reza Riaz Riya
Bissho Batpar Badol Khondokar Shakib Khan
2003 Karagar Kalam Kaysar Ferdous Winner: Best Actress National Film Award
First movie with actor Ferdous
Khomotar Dapot AJ Rana Shakib Khan
2004 Bostir Rani Suriya Montazur Rahman Akbar Shakib Khan
2005 Bisakto Chokh: The Blue Eye Rubel Riaz
City Terror MA Rahim Shakib Khan
Prem Korechi Besh Korechi Badol Khondokar Riaz, Chunky Pandey
2006 Bidrohi Padma Badol Khondokar Riaz Sudha
2007 Rani Kuthir Baki Itihash Samiya Zaman Ferdous Momo
2008 Meghe Kole Rod Nargis Akter Riaz Rodela Winner: Best Actress National Film Award
Ki Jadu Korila Chandan Chowdhury Riaz Jhinuk
2009 Gongajatra Wahidujjaman Ferdous Sudha Winner: Best Actress National Film Award
2012 Garments Konna Jeetu Sarkar Emon
2014 Char Akkhorer Bhalobasha[3][4] Jakir Khan Ferdous, Nirob
Ei Mon Tomake Dilam Mostafijur Rahman Shakil Khan
Amar Bou Shakil Khan
Maa Jokhon Bicharok Shakil Khan
Praner Priyotoma Shakil Khan
2016 Poush Maser Pirit Nargis Akhter Ahmed Rubel

Awards and achievements

National Film Awards

Year Award Category Film Result
2003 National Film Award Best Actress Karagar Won
2008 National Film Award Best Actress Megher Kole Rod Won
2009 National Film Award Best Actress Gongajatra Won

See also


  1. ^ "হ্যাপি বার্থডে পপি - entertainment - - Top Online Newspaper in Bangladesh".
  2. ^ "বগুড়া প্রেসক্লাবের নির্বাচন শুক্রবার" [BMW Club Selection Sunday] (in Bengali). 2014-01-31. Retrieved 2014-07-16.
  3. ^ Joint Collaboration of Manab Zamin IT Team and ZTech Communication( (1 December 2013). "অপেক্ষা" (in Bengali). Daily Manab Zamin. Retrieved 2014-07-16.
  4. ^ Hafez Ahmed (2013-04-05). "Popy-Nirob pair for first time". Retrieved 2014-07-16.

External links

  • Sadika Parvin Popy on IMDb
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