International Acclai-med Tareque Masud, film-maker on Saturday, in a car accident killed eternal rest in Nurpur, encircled village of district Bhanga Upazila.
Tareque was buried pilot high school cemetery on Wednesday afternoon after his Namaj-e-Janaza on the site Bhanga in his family.
His private Secretary Proshun Rahman told the news agency, an ambulance body Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University morgue the village placed at 12:00 am.
Tareque, ATN news CEO Mishuk Munier and three others were killed when a passenger bus their minibus on the highway, Dhaka-Aricha at Ghior in Manikganj taken.
His wife and co-director Catherine Masud, artist Dhali Al-Mamun, his painter wife Dilara Begum Jolly and Tareque were the production assistant Saidul Islam in the road accident injured.
Mishuk Munier was buried on Tuesday in the town of Banani graveyard.
Local peoples of the region paid their last respects to the acclaimed film-maker in the presence of the historic district Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner of police and local government officials.
Born in 1956 in Faridpur, Tareque directed a series of critically acclaimed films like Muktir gaan (the song of freedom) 1995, Muktir Kotha (the history of freedom) in 1996 and Matir Moina (the clay bird), which won the International Critics Prize and FIPRESCI prize at the Cannes Film Festival 2002.
He made his debut with the documentary Adam Surat (the inner strength) on the Bangladeshi painter SM Sultan 1989.
Tareque was also a film production company called Audiovision along with his United States-born wife Catherine.
Tareque was killed back on its way to Dhaka from Manikganj, according to the site for his new movie Kagojer Phool (the paper flower) schießenden visit.