Liste de Célèbres Personnes nées à Bangladesh
Shri Radhe Maa
Radhe Maa is a self styled Indian "Godwoman". She has been involved with families in Mukeria, Punjab, Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana and abroad. She was born in Dorangala village, Gurdaspur district in Punjab. She made her debut in TV as a guest in Bigg Boss 14.
Amartya Kumar Sen, né le à Santiniketan, est un économiste et philosophe indien.
Ashraful Alom Saeed, best known as Hero Alom, is a Bangladeshi freelancer music video model, actor and social media phenomenon. He is not a member of Bangladeshi film industry, though he works as an independent artist who shares videos in social platform.
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan ou Saqibul Hasan est un joueur de cricket international bangladais né le dans le district de Magura. All-rounder au sein de l'équipe de la division de Khulnâ, il fait ses débuts avec l'équipe du Bangladesh en One-day International en 2006 puis en Test cricket l'année suivante. Il participe à la Coupe du monde 2007. En 2009, il succède à Mashrafe Mortaza en tant que capitaine de la sélection.
Litton Kumer Das is a Bangladeshi cricketer. and the vice-captain of Bangladesh National Test Cricket Team. He is a right-handed opening batsman and a test wicket-keeper. He made his international debut for Bangladesh in June 2015. He has scored the highest individual score for Bangladesh in ODI cricket (176). He is the first batsman to score 1000 runs in 2022 and also the first keeper to score 800 runs in 2021-2023 World Test Championship..
Smrity Shamsunnahar , known by her stage name Porimoni, is a Bangladeshi actress and model. Her notable films include Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay, Rokto, Pure Jay Mon and Swapnajaal.
Muhammad Yunus, né le en Chittagong au Bangladesh, est un économiste et entrepreneur bangladais connu pour avoir fondé, en 1976, la première institution de microcrédit, la Grameen Bank. Surnommé le « banquier des pauvres », il reçoit le prix Nobel de la paix en 2006.
Rafiath Rashid Mithila
Rafiath Rashid Mithila is a Bangladeshi actress, singer, model and development worker. She is currently the Head of Early Childhood Development programme in BRAC International.
Soumya Sarkar is a Bangladeshi cricketer. He is a left-handed batsman, right arm fast bowler. Sarkar plays for the Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League, Khulna Division in the National Cricket League, and Prime Bank Cricket Club in the Dhaka Premier Division. He is the first Bangladeshi batsman who scored 200 runs in List A Cricket in Dhaka Premier Division 2019.
Mushfiqur Rahim, known as 'Mushi' or 'Mushfiq', is a Bangladeshi cricketer and the former captain and vice-captain of the Bangladesh national cricket team. He is considered as the best and most successful captain of Bangladesh in tests.According to Jamie Siddons, the former coach of Bangladesh, Rahim's batting is so versatile that he can bat anywhere in the top order, from one to six. He is the highest individual scorer by a Bangladesh batsman in Test cricket.
Omar S. Ishrak is a Bangladeshi-American business executive, serving as the Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Medtronic. He was the CEO of Medtronic from June 2011 to April 2020. In January 2020, Intel named him Chairman of the Board.
Saiful Azam was a Bangladeshi pilot and politician who first served as a fighter pilot for the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) (1960–1971) and later the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) (1971–1979). During his career as PAF pilot, he shot down one Indian Air Force (IAF) and three Israel Air Force (IAF) aircraft. For his actions, he received various gallantry awards from Pakistan, Jordan and Iraq. He also took part in 12 ground-attack missions against the Indian forces. After the independence of Bangladesh, Azam left the PAF and joined the newly-formed Bangladesh Air Force.
Ahammed Fazle Rabbi, widely known as Afran Nisho, is a Bangladeshi model and television actor. He has performed in more than 300 telefilms and serials since 2005 and has won the critics' choice "Best Actor (TV)" at the 2016 Meril Prothom Alo Awards for his role in the TV drama Jog Biyog and also in 2019.
Bishnu Prasad Rabha
Bishnu Prasad Rabha was an Indian cultural figure from Assam, known for his contributions in the fields of music, dance, painting, literature as well as political activism. As an advocate of people's cultural movement, he drew heavily from different genres of classical and folk cultural traditions. Considered a doyen of the Culture of Assam, the Assamese people affectionately call him Kalaguru. He is also called by Marxists as Sainik Silpi for his active participation in the armed struggle, led by the Revolutionary Communist Party of India (RCPI).
Jharna Basak, better known by the stage name Shabnam, is a Bangladeshi–Pakistani stage and film actress. Actor Waheed Murad introduced her to the Pakistani film industry by offering her a lead role in his film Samundar in 1968. Jharna remained active in Lollywood in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. She has been nominated for Nigar awards several times, winning it 13 times. She has appeared in over 180 films. She was a leading actress in the Pakistani film industry for 28 years.
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is a Bangladeshi international cricketer and politician who is the former captain in all three formats of the game for the Bangladesh national cricket team and member of the parliament Jatiya Sangsad from Narail-2. He was ranked as one of the world's most famous athletes by ESPN WORLD FAME 100 in 2019. He became only the fifth bowler in the history to take 100 ODI wickets as a captain. He is the most successful captain of Bangladesh in ODI and T20I. He is also considered as the best captain of Bangladesh in ODI and T20I. He is the first pace bowler in the Bangladesh cricket history who bowled the quickest delivery clocking 148 km/h during a Test against New Zealand at Hamilton in 2001. He broke into the national side in late 2001 against Zimbabwe and represented Bangladesh before having played a single first-class match. Mortaza captained his country in one Test and seven One Day Internationals (ODIs) between 2009 and 2010, however injury meant he was in and out of the side and Shakib Al Hasan was appointed captain in Mortaza's absence. Mortaza used to be considered one of the fastest bowlers produced by Bangladesh, previously bowling in the mid-145s-148s km/h in the 2000s, and regularly opens the bowling. He is a useful lower-middle order batsman, with a first-class century and three Test half centuries to his name. Mortaza's career has been hampered by fifteen injuries and he has undergone a total of ten operations on his knees and ankles.
Jehangir Khan Tareen
Jahangir Khan Tareen is a Pakistani business magnate who is the majority shareholder & CEO of JDW Group, a Conglomerate specialised in Sugar Manufacturing and have four sugar units, Biomass (Bagasse) Cogeneration and have two power units, Paper manufacturing, Sugarcane Corporate Farming on 30,000 acres of land and Aviation services. Jahangir Tareen is also the Chairman and owner of J.K Group, a Conglomerate specialised in Sugar Manufacturing, and have two sugar units, Milk Production & Processing and Sugarcane Corporate Farming. He is also the Chairman and owner of United Foods Pvt Ltd, Indus Mining. Khan has been a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan thrice between 2002 and 2017. Born in Comilla, Tareen was educated at the Forman Christian College in Lahore, and later attended the University of North Carolina. Prior to entering politics, he had been a lecturer and banker.
Ahmed Akbar Sobhan
Ahmed Akbar Sobhan, is a Bangladeshi business magnate. He is the chairman of the business conglomerate Bashundhara Group. He founded Bashundhara Group, which is operating in various lines of activities including real estate, cement manufacturing, paper and allied products, steel products, LP Gas, Shopping Complex, local and international trading.
Apu Biswas is a Bangladeshi film actress, model and former wife of Bangladeshi film actor and Superstar Shakib Khan. Biswas made her debut in the film industry with the film Kal Shokale in 2006. She then performed in Koti Takar Kabin. In many of her films she has co-starred with Shakib Khan.
Sohag Gazi is a Bangladeshi international cricketer. He made his Test debut in first test during West Indies's tour of Bangladesh in 2012, taking six wickets in the second innings. He is the first and so far, only man to score a century and take a hat-trick in the same Test match and the first man to do it twice in first-class matches.