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Bipasha Hayat
Native name বিপাশা হায়াত
Born Bipasha Hayat
March 23, 1971[1]
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality Bangladeshi
Education MA (Fine Arts)
Alma mater University of Dhaka
Occupation actress, script writer
Height 5' 6"
Spouse(s) Toukir Ahmed (m. 1999)
Children Arisha Ahmed (Daughter)
Aareeb Tauquir Ahmed (Son)
Parent(s) Abul Hayat (father)
Relatives Natasha Hayat (sister)
Awards National Film Awards
Meril Prothom Alo Awards

Bipasha Hayat (Bengali: বিপাশা হায়াত) is a Bangladeshi actress. She has earned several awards, including UNESCO, Ananya, Meril-Prothom Alo and Anyadin-Impress Telefilm Awards. She had won a national award as the best actress for her performance in the film ‘Aguner Poroshmoni, based on a story of Bangladesh’s war of independence.[2][3]

Early life[edit]

Bipasha Hayat is a graduate from the Institute of Fine Arts of University of Dhaka.[4] She rarely exhibits her work. She has, in May 2009, donated some of her sketches for the charity painting exhibition for Acid victims, organized by Purple magazine in Dhaka.


During the 90’s Hayat played many popular television dramas which established herself as one of the leading actresses of the country. She wrote her first TV play Shudhui tomake jani in 1997.[4] She was also successful in theatre dramas but had to leave after her wedding. She gradually reduced working in the media as she became more involved with family life. But she still writes scripts for television drama.

She acted in two of the famous liberation war related movies Aguner Poroshmoni(her first film) and Joyjatra. The first of those which was directed by Humayun Ahmed, she portrayed the role of a young girl who was blocked in her house with her family inside the city of Dhaka. Ratri as her characters name, fell in love with a guerrilla freedom fighter (played by Asaduzzaman Noor) who lived in their house during the war for shelter. Her affection towards the fighter reflects the support and contribution of the civilians to the guerrilla fighters of the war. In Joyjatra, her character was much more different as she acted as a middle aged mother who lost her son as she tried to escape from an army attack. Both of her performances were hailed by the audiences and critics. Bipasha won National Film Award of Bangladesh as Best Actress in the film Aguner Poroshmoni.

Personal life[edit]

Bipasha is married to Toukir Ahmed, an actor and film director, on 23 July 1999.[5] She is the daughter of actor and director Abul Hayat.[6] Her sister Natasha Hayat is also an actress and Natasha's Husband Shamim Shahed Khan is also an actor. Bipasha and her sister invested on a boutique house in 2008.[7] She also innugurate a "Bitop Gallery", a new fashion outlet, in Mohakhali area of Dhaka in 2013.[3] She has a daughter named Arisha Ahmed and a son named Aareeb Ahmed.

Television appearances[edit]

Year Title Director & Playwright Co-stars Notes
1993 Rupnagar Drama Serial
1996 Harjit Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed teleplay[6]
1997 Shudhui Tomake Jani
Bipasha Hayat
drama serial, debut as a playwright[4]
Beli Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed teleplay
Pratyasha Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed teleplay
Ekjan Aparadhini Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed teleplay
Dola Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed drama series
Hasuli Abul Hayat Tauquir Ahmed drama series
2006 Ontormomo drama serial, deals with the complexities of human character[4]
2013 Mukhsoh Jibon Mahmud Didar (both) Tauquir Ahmed, Kumkum Hasan teleplay, aired on ntv[8]
2015 Sonali Danar Chil Abul Hayat (both) Tauquir Ahmed teleplay, aired on Channel i on Eid[6]
Kobita Sundor Arif Khan
Bipasha Hayat
Afzal Hossain, Mahfuz Ahmed single episode play, aired on Channel i on Eid[9]


Year Film Director Role Co-stars Notes
1994 Aguner Poroshmoni Humayun Ahmed Ratri Asaduzzaman Noor, Abul Hayat Debut Film
2004 Joyjatra Tauquir Ahmed Haowa Mahfuz Ahmed, Azizul Hakim Second Film


National Film Awards

  • Best Actress - Aguner Poroshmoni (1994)

Meril Prothom Alo Awards

  • Best TV Actress (Popular Choice) - 1998, 1999, 2000


  1. ^ "Bipasha Hayat Biography". Biographybd. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Bipasha’s ‘The Journey Within’ begins today". Banglanews24.com. 2011-10-24. Retrieved 2013-06-04. 
  3. ^ a b Patracia Moutushi (2013-07-30). "Bipasha Hayat opens ‘Bitop Gallery’". Priyo News. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c d ""Acting is like mathematics"-- Bipasha Hayat". The Daily Star. 2006-06-12. Retrieved 14 July 2015. 
  5. ^ Correspondent. "Tauquir-Bipasha working under Abul Hayat's direction". thedailystar.net. The Daily Star. Retrieved 14 July 2015. 
  6. ^ a b c "Abul Hayat casts daughter, son-in-law in Eid teleplay". Dhaka Mirror. 2015-07-10. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  7. ^ "Bipasha Hayat Captured on Canvas". The Daily Star. 2015-08-15. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  8. ^ Patracia Moutushi (2015-08-14). "Mukhsoh Jibon". Priyo News. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  9. ^ Patracia Moutushi (2015-06-17). "Bipasha-Afzal-Mahfuz in "Kobita Sundor"". Priyo News. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 

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