Dildar Net Worth (2024): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On April 17th, 2022

Dildar was a prominent and well-known actor in the Bangladeshi film industry. He was a hugely talented personality. He had worked in numerous movies in his career. He left this world at the age of 58.

Dildar's Net Worth

As of 2024, Dildar's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

Net Worth$3 million
Famous NameDildar
Source(s) of FameActor
Date of BirthJanuary 13, 1945
Place of BirthChandpur, East Bengal, British India
Age At Death58
Date of DeathJuly 13, 2003
Cause of DeathCardiac Arrest
RelationshipsMarried, Rokeya Begum,

Early Life

Dildar was born in the district of Chandpur located in East Bengal, British India on January 13, 1945. His zodiac sign was Capricorn, according to astrologists. He wasn’t much qualified. He hadn’t studied further after giving his SSC exams. He never even talked about his parents or family background so, we couldn’t retrieve any information regarding it.

Career Highlights

He worked in a hotel before the start of his acting career. Many renowned directors and producers from the film industry came there as guests. Some of them got impressed by his acting skills of Dildar and from there, his career started. His debut film was Keno Emon Hoy which was released in the year 1975.

He then acted in many famous projects including Dossu Bonhur (1976), Jadur Bashi (1977), Moheshkhalir Bake (1978), Sonar Tori (1981), Jontor Montor (1982), Nag Purnima (1983), Nazma (1983), Laily Majnu (1983), Mohanayok (1985), Sohel Rana (1985), Qurbani (1985), Insaaf (1985), Be-Raham (1985), Ashanti (1986), Dhoni Gareeb (1987), Lalu Mastan (1987), Bir Purush (1988), Bheja Chokh (1988), Hisab Chai (1988), Jadu Mahal (1988), Khotipuron (1989), Sukher Songsar (1989), Beder Meye Josna (1989), Chhobol (1989), Arjon (1990), Dolna (1990), Pita Mata Sontan (1991), Ochena (1991), Dhanban (1991), Dangga (1991), Kashem Malar Prem (1991), Traas (1992), Nach Nagina Nach (1993), Rajar Meye Parul (1993), Prem Dewana (1993), Dola (1993), Ontore Ontore (1994), Shopner Thikana (1995), Ei Ghor Ei Songsar(1995), Konnadaan (1995), Amar Ontore Tumi (1996), Unknowingly (1996), Bichar Hobe (1996), Priyojon (1996), Goriber shongshar (1996), Shopner Prithibi (1996), Mayer Odhikar (1996), Jibon Songsar (1996), Chaowa Theke Paowa (1996), Shopner Nayok (1997), E Jibon Tomar Amar (1997), Shudhu Tumi (1997), Tomar Amar Prem (1998), Ashami Bodhu (1999), Ke Amar Baba (1999), Kukkhato Khuni (2000), Meghla Akash (2001), Thekao Mastan (2001), Bir Soinik (2003), Chai Khomota (2003), Tumi Shudhu Amar (2003), and several more.

He had worked with many famous celebrities including Manna, Mousumi, Rosy Samad, Suruj Bangali, Ayub Khan, Amit Hasan, Shabana Azmi, Miju Ahmed, Monwar Hossain Dipjol, Sadek Bacchu, Alamgir, Humayun Faridi, Anwar Hossain, Shadek Bacchu, and so many more.

Personal Life 

Dildar’s wife’s name is Rokeya Begum. The date of their marriage is unknown as he never mentioned it in any of his interviews or shows when he was alive. They have two daughters named Masuma Akhter and Jinia Afroz.


Dildar died in Dhaka, Bangladesh on July 13, 2003, at the very early age of 58. The major reason behind his death was a cardiac arrest. His death was quite unexpected. His fans were in great grief after hearing about his death. He will always be remembered for his great work in the industry.

Social Media

Dildar was not available on any social media platform. He never created any official social account with his name. Some fan pages are available on different platforms but they are not his official account. Since he belonged to an older era, it might be the reason behind his absence from social media.


Dildar was an amazing and remarkable actor in the Bangladesh film industry. He worked extremely hard to take his place in the industry. He died in Dhaka, Bangladesh at the age of 58. His net worth was valued to be around 3 million dollars.

Dildar has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Mihiro Taniguchi, Damion Hall, Cecile Breccia, Susan Oliver, Ed Sanders or Eddy Atlantis, Johnny Kovacs or Jon K, Alan Slim, Bryan Russell, and Rika Izumi.