Safa Kabir is a popular in Bangladeshi actress and model. She is very professional with her profession so she didn’t take much time to build her permanent space in Bangladeshi entertainment industry. She already grabs Bangladeshi media audiences heart.
Safa Kabir was born on 29 August 1994 in Barishal District. At the time of her birth her father was living in Russia, her grandfather named her ‘Annatomy Kelly’, but she made her popularity as name ‘Safa Kabir’.
Safa Kabir stepped in the media through telefilm’ @18′ and got audiences attention after that she performed in Atique Zaman’s University, Redwan Rony’s Eka Meye, telefilm Black Magic, Jonak Poka etc. Safa Kabir Hosts a television program on NTV which name is Style and Trends.
Short Biography of Safa Kabir
Full Name: Safa Kabir
Nickname: Annatomy Kelly
Father’s Name: Humayun Kabir
Study: BBA at IAUB
Date of Birth: 29th August 1994
Current City: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Occupation: Model, Actress, TV Host
Notable TVC: Pran Peanut Bar, Ruchi Sours, Parachute, Air tel, Robi Axiata Limited etc.
Notable Drama: At Eighteen All Time Dourer Upor.,Eka Meye,University,Black Magic, Junak Poka, Icche Ghuri,Valobasha-101, Fera, Ei poth jodi na shesh hoi, Vuter Velentine, etc.
Nationality: Bangladeshi by born.
Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/safa.kabir.01/
Did You Know?
- Her real name is Annatomy Kelly which was given by her grandfather.
- Safa hosted a TV program Style and Trend on NTV.
- Although she started her career with modeling, Safa is now one of the popular mainstream actors.
- She has made a strong base in showbiz with no real prior experience in acting or modeling.
- Now she is a social media icon having more than 3,48,292 fans in her verified Facebook page.
- When Safa born, her father was in Russia on a business trip.
- Safa Kabir likes to sing as well; she sang a song in T-20 world cup special, named Tiger T-20.
- She is an introvert and can’t initiate conversations unless someone approaches her first.
- She has a bizarre habit, during her leisure likes to make abstract masks of many different shapes and sizes.