Adil Hossain Noble has been a popular name in the modelling business for many years. He is also a seasoned actor, who has appeared in various TV commercials and shows. After a one-year hiatus, he returned to acting with Rupon Bin Rouf’s one-hour tele-fiction, ‘Be Positive’. In a recent conversation with The Daily Star, Noble shares his thoughts on acting and more.
Rupon Bin Rouf’s ‘Be Positive’ marked your return to acting after a one-year break. How does it feel to be back?
As I have a full-time job, I cannot dedicate enough time to television dramas, even when I want to. I keep busy with something or the other even on the weekends. So, it is difficult, but I felt great to be acting again after a long time.
Can you tell us a little more about ‘Be Positive’?
Be Positive revolves around a family that goes through many hurdles after an accident, but chooses to remain optimistic. I believe that the story will resonate with the audience.
You played the role of Masud Rana in Atiqul Haque Chowdhury’s ‘Prachir Periye’, the first private production of Bangladesh Television. It has been twenty-five years since that show aired. Tell us about your experience on the show.
Working on Prachir Periye was a delightful experience, as I got to team up with an amazing bunch of people. It feels like these 25 years just went by in a flash. I was very nervous initially, but Bipasha Hayat, who also starred on the show, was very supportive. She inspired me to give it my best. We faced many limitations during the making of the show, but it was all worth it.
You are still regarded as one of the most prolific male models in the business. What would you say is your mantra for success?
Modelling is my passion. I have been able to sustain in this business for so long because I surround myself with the right people, who inspire me every day. I share great bonds of friendship with all my directors. I enjoy fully immersing myself into every project that I take up. Having said that, I am humbled to receive so much love and appreciation from the audience even today.