Dighi Wiki/Bio, Age, Boyfriend, Height, Family, Movies, Photos

Prarthana Fardin Dighi popularly known as Dighi is a Bangladeshi film actress and model who was born in September 9 ,2000 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Child Artist three times for the films Kabuliwala (2006), Ek Takar Bou (2008), Chachchu Amar Chachchu (2010).


She started her journey from her childhood. She is best known around the country for her career as a child actress. Dighi plans to come back in the cinema industry as heroine in 2020 just after completing SSC. Dighi is the most talented child actress who already won National Film Award three times for her terrific acting performance.
Recently she becomes conscious about her health and spends two hours in gym daily.
She got lots of offer for movie and television commercials but refused the offers due to study. The actress wanted to keep concentration more on the study.
In 2021, her movie “Tumi Acho Tumi Nei” released where she act as the heroin.

Full name: Prarthana Fardin Dighi
Known as : Dighi
Birth date : September 9, 2000
Birth place: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality : Bangladeshi
Occupation: Actress, model
Years active: 2006-present
Spouse (s): Unmarried
Boyfriend: Not Known
Zodiac sign: Cancer
Notable work : Kabuliwala, Ek Takar Bou
Awards : National Film Award (3rd time)

Family & Education –

Dighi was born in a media loving family where parents were associated with this field. By the inspiration of parents just only 3 years old, she entered into the media industry with a television commercial for Grameen Phone. Her father’s name is Subrata and mother’s name is Doyel. Both of them were media personalities. Her mother Doyel died on December 29, 2011, diagnosed with cancer.
She went to Stamford School and College. She is not graduated yet and still continues her study.

National Film Awards –

  • In 2006, She won ‘Bangladesh National Film Awards’ as the Best Child Artist for ‘Kabuliwala’ film.
  • In 2008, She won ‘Bangladesh National Film Awards’ as the Best Child Artist for ‘Ek Takar Bou’ film.
  • In 2010, She won ‘Bangladesh National Film Awards’ as the Best Child Artist for ‘Chachchu Amar Chachchu’ film.

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