He showed the Padma Bridge from a helicopter to surprise his father on his birthday
The actor’s son Sabbir Ahmed showed the Padma Bridge in a helicopter to surprise the heroic freedom fighter father Farooqul Islam on his birthday. The boy flew in a helicopter with his father from Hazrat Shahjalal Internal Airport in Dhaka after 4.30 pm on Sunday. Freedom fighter father is happy to get such a surprise from his son on his birthday.
Sabbir said his father was accompanied by his mother, wife and children at the birthday party. Helicopters carrying Sabbirs from the domestic airport went to various places in Dhaka including Ahsan Manzil and went to the Padma Bridge via Mawa. His father’s happiness in this 50-minute helicopter trip was his greatest joy. Because, this trip was unexpected for my father.
Yesterday was the 70th birthday of actor Sabbir Ahmed’s father Farooqul Islam. So the plan beforehand was how to surprise the father. Talking to everyone in the family, Sabbir said the decision to travel by helicopter with his father was finalized. “My father told me to come home with my wife by helicopter during my wedding,” Sabbir told Prothom Alo on Monday. But it was not possible to arrange this as there was a wedding ceremony during Corona. But my father’s hobby remained. So I was looking for opportunities too. I made up my mind that I would celebrate my father’s 70th birthday by helicopter. I took my father to the airport without saying anything. Then we all went to see the Padma bridge together. I cut the cake in the helicopter. I have spent an amazing 50 minutes of my life. ‘
Due to the similarity of the name of the actor Mir Sabbir, everyone in the entertainment arena calls Sabbir Ahmed by the name of Chhota Sabbir. Sabbir Ahmed, who got acquainted by working in advertisements, now does more dramas and films. He also got a chance to act in Shyam Benegal’s ‘Mujib’. He played the role of Tofail Ahmed in this film. He will be seen in the role of these politicians between the ages of 26 and 33, when he was a student leader.