Veteran actor Sadek Bachchu passed away due to COVID-19 complications in Dhaka. at the age of 65. As per the report of The Daily Star, Sadek Bachchu's death took place around 10.45 am, while being treated at Universal Medical College Hospital. The actor was admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital after he complained of fever and breathing troubles on Tuesday. Sadek tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday. Sadek Bachchu predominantly worked in the Bangladeshi cinema. He began his career with radio and theatre in 1963. His first break in the television industry was in the year, 1974.
He appeared in the television drama titled, Prothom Angeekar, which became his first project. He was a part of movies like Ramer Sumoti, Papi Shatru, Lal Badsha, Badhubaran, Amar Swapna Amar Songsar, Bhalobasha Zindabad among many others. He rose to fame by playing villains in movies. Bachchu bagged the National Film Award for playing the 'Best Villainous Role' in Ekti Cinemar Golpo in 2018. Reportedly, Sadek was also known for his writing. Sadek Bachchu was last seen in the 2018 film titled Captain Khan, helmed by Wajed Ali Sumon. In the same year, he was also a part of the film, Super Hero, alongside Shakib Khan and Shabnom Bubly.