Entertainment Desk: Veteran Dhallywood director Sohanur Rahman Sohan passed away on Wednesday evening. His death has been mourned by actors and director-producers. Shabnoor, the once popular actress, is also saddened. On his death, the actress expressed her grief on the social media Facebook about the beloved producer. Said - Sohanur Rahman Sohan falsely slandered him before his death.
One point needs to be clarified in the context of Shabnoor's claim. A few days ago was the death anniversary of immortal hero Salman Shah. In an interview given to a TV channel on that occasion, Sohan made some comments regarding Shabnoor. The heroine has claimed that as 'false'.
Shabnoor posted a picture of the director and wrote - 'Aha Jeevan! It is with a very heavy heart that legendary filmmaker Sohanur Rahman Sohan is no more with us (Innalillahi wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiun). It is necessary to say - Sohanur Rahman Sohan's wife also died of stroke yesterday.'
He wrote - Before Sohan Uncle left, he made some false accusations against me in the media. He humiliated me in the society and lost my honor. Many asked to retaliate against his harsh words. If I wanted, I could have protested his false accusations in the media. Earlier also he had made such bad comments against me in an interview. Even then I did not respond to his slander.'
The actress wrote - Uncle Sohan is very senior, like a father to me. He could discipline me if I did something wrong. I had a phone conversation with him a few days ago. Then I asked him - Uncle, are you angry with me for some reason? You are talking against me in the media. He then said, you are a girl of our industry, like my daughter, why should I get angry with you. And I didn't say anything bad about you. After that he again made false accusations against me last week.
He also writes, 'But I have only one sorrow - I did not know why or whose plot he was influenced by and followed me. Anyway, I want to say one thing to everyone - life is too short bro. What's the point of rioting? Let's all live together, not against each other. The destination is only one, everyone has to leave the illusion of this world.'
Finally, the heroine writes - 'Since forgiveness is a noble virtue, I forgave him. I seek forgiveness for the souls of uncle and his wife.'