Rajub Kumar “Raju” Bhowmik, born on January 8th, 1988, is a versatile Bangladeshi-American talent known for his multifaceted roles as an actor, model, writer and lyricist. Hailing from Noakhali, Bangladesh, his journey has been one of remarkable achievements across various creative domains.
Upon arriving in the United States with his family at the age of 15, Rajub embarked on a path of intellectual and artistic exploration. He is also widely known as one of the most educated person in the world. He shares his wealth of knowledge as an adjunct professor, imparting wisdom in the fields of Police Science and Criminal Justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Psychology at Hostos Community College, and also in the realm of psychology at St. Elizabeth University. However, it’s not just within academia that Rajub’s brilliance shines. He is also known for many lead roles in movies, dramas, and music videos. His latest lead role as “Pasha” in the Pasha movie was a hit.
- Famous Name: Rajub Bhowmik
- Full Name: Rajub Kumar Bhowmik
- Nickname Raju, Razu
- Profession: Actor and model
- Date of Birth January 8, 1988 (Friday)
- Birthplace Noakhali
- Country: Bangladesh
- Citizenship: USA
- Gender: Male
- Religion Hindhu
Rajub’s has made substantial contributions to the literary world, captivating readers with his thought-provoking works. With an impressive repertoire of over 20 published books, he has delved into genres as diverse as romance, thrillers, research, and poetry. Rajub’s poetic prowess is particularly notable, with more than 500 sonnets to his name. These sonnets explore themes ranging from politics and philosophy to love, nature, and the afterlife, offering readers a window into his rich and contemplative mind.
In the realm of music, Rajub’s innovation knows no bounds. He introduced the world to “Ayna Sangeet” or Mirror Music, a genre that pushes artistic boundaries and challenges conventional norms. But perhaps his most striking contribution is the creation of “Ayna Sonnets” or Mirror Sonnets, a revolutionary form that stands apart from traditional Shakespearean and French sonnets. Comprising 14 lines, each with exactly 14 letters, and adhering to a distinct rhyming pattern, Rajub’s Ayna sonnets hold a unique allure. Notably, every line of the sonnet rhymes, and each line can be read from both ends, with the entire poem possessing this remarkable quality as well.