Shahara, a renowned name among the local movie buffs in Bangladesh, is an actress of upper echelon of Bangladesh film fraternity. She earned her position at the apex of film industry through toil, talent and huge sacrifice. Shahara is now a leading heroine of Bangladesh. She acted in many films. She had the perfect figure and hot look to be the best heroine of Bangladesh when she first arrived. She has many hits over the years.
She started her career in 2004 with the film “Rukhe Darao”. The start was not very smooth. “Rukhe Darao” was dimmed a flop in box office. Shahara, because of her refreshing good looks and amazing figure, did manage to impress the people. So she got her second movie “Bharate Khuni” in a very short time. Unfortunately it was a box office flop too.
Shahara had everything to be the next generation of leading heroines in Bangladesh film when she arrived in 2004. But two consecutive flops forced her to do many low grade movies where she was deemed as revealing leading heroine. To revive her career she was content to show lot of skins and wear skimpy outfit.
This was a blessing in disguise of her fans. As she did the amazingly hot “Chondrima” song in the movie “Order”. She was wearing a towel only, barely managing to cover herself. She was doing her best not to reveal too much, but in vain of course! The focus on her ring embellished exposed belly button would make anyone jolt for a once surely. Her awesomely beautiful legs were squirming as she tried to protect them from ogling eyes with that short piece of white towel. This is the hottest song of Bangladesh film history where vulgarity is often mixed up with hotness. This a beautiful song where Shahara’s exuberance of beauty was abundant. Unlike others tasteless vulgar Bangla songs this song kept the limit and concentrated on perpetual astral beauty of Shahara’s body.
She carried short western outfits like no one else. The transparent knee short hips showing white frock she wore in “Bishakto Chokh” song with Rubel was one of the bravest and hottest costume ever seen in Bangladesh films. She performed a rain soaked song wearing this white transparent frock. It was hot, bold and amazingly sexy.
Shahara showcased how a heroine can be hot, sexy,flaunt her body in front of camera without being vulgar at all. She showed flaunting body does not make anyone vulgar or obscene if she has the figure to wear the costume and can carry the outfit with confidence and also if it is done in a proper way. Shahara was the epitome of hotness in Bangladesh film industry in mid 2000’s.
Shahara showed how steaming hot she can be in “Prem Kata” song from “Lucky 7” movie. Some clips areThe subtly chosen white dress she wore at the start of the song is the emblem of sexiness in Bangladeshi films. The sports bra and hot pant made her look like a true dancing diva.
Time has matured her immensely. From 2007 to onwards, Shahara has chosen her film and co actors very carefully. She has stopped acting in low budget commercial movie and started appearing in big budget movies. “Priya amar Priya” gave her the very break she needed to establish her position in the industry in 2008. She has never looked back. Now only sky is the limit….