Rowshanara Moni Actor
Rowshanara Moni (born 1974) is a British singer and actress of Bangladeshi origin. Rowshanara Moni was born Moulvibazar, Bangladesh. She is the sixth child of Mohammed Samroo who was businessman in the United Kingdom, and Syeda Sufia Khanum who was a politician in Bangladesh. Moni completed her primary education in Bangladesh and came to the United Kingdom in 1984 when she was 10 years old. She completed her education in the United Kingdom. Moni has been singing since the age of six. After coming to United Kingdom she joined Dishari Shilpi Gushti and performed in many stage programmes. When she was 11 she performed in the Royal Albert Hall for Save the Children. Apart from singing she took an interest in acting. The first stage drama she took part is in “Khotto Bikkhoto” in Camden and she also took part in many other stage dramas. She acted in the first Bangla TV (UK) drama, called “Laal Golap” written by Abdul Gaffar Choudhury. She took part in radio dramas in the Sunrise Radio Bengali department with Azizul Hakim, she was also a presenter for Sunrise Radio in the Bengali department.
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