Actor Abdul Quader is no more. He died at a private hospital in the capital at 8:20 am on Saturday (December 26) (Innalillahi wa inna ilahi rajiun).
Abdul Quader’s daughter-in-law Zahida Islam has confirmed this information.
His condition suddenly deteriorated on Thursday (December 24) at around 12 midnight. He was later taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) from the Corona Unit.
Abdul Quader, who was diagnosed with cancer, was taken to Christian Medical College Hospital in Chennai, India. He was brought back to the country on the evening of December 20. He was admitted to Evercare Hospital from the airport.
On Monday (December 21) evening, his Covid-19 test result came positive. Since then, Abdul Quader was admitted to the corona unit of the hospital. Dr. The actor underwent treatment under the supervision of Ferdous Shahriar Saeed. From there he was admitted to Evercare Hospital.
From stage to television, then Abdul Quader wrote his name in the film. He reached the pinnacle of fame in 1990 by playing the role of ‘Badi’ in the drama ‘Kothao Keu Nei’ aired on Bangladesh Television. He has acted in hundreds of television dramas in his acting career. He has been seen in mostly comedic characters.