Mahmudul Hoque khan Dulal: Late Lutfar Rahman , a portrait of a man who used to dream to do something for the betterment of the country. from the very beginning of his life he always thought how to contribute something which would keep him alive even after his death. From that point of view this restless boy, a lover of nature took camera in his hand and started his life as a photographer. As he was a very restless one he did not had his academic education adequately but whenever he gets opportunity he used to take his father’s camera in his hand and took snaps of nature and other things as well. This way gradually Lutfar Rahman became a full time professional photographer. Within a very short span of time his name and fame spread as a good photographer among many people at that time. He always used to think to have a close connection with bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and once he got that chance by taking photographs of him. He had a great opportunity to see Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in a political public meeting in Rajshahi and took some shots of him. Bangabandhu became very happy by seeing the photographs which he took in the public meeting and since then Lutfar Rahman was considered as the personal photographer of him.
He did this till death. Mr. Lutfar Rahman took huge photographs of Bangabandhu which are still preserved with care in the archive of Ministry of Information. Apart from this he took photographs of Bangabandhu that had been used on some currency notes is still could be found in the national museum. His son Mustafizur Rahman Mintu also followed the footsteps of his father and as of today he has been carrying out his responsibilities as a camera man. Mustafizur rahman Mintu currently works with Bangladesh Betar, a fortnightly Arthokantho and so on. In reply to a query Mintu told that he had decided to donate the camera of his father which had been given by Bangabandhu to the national museum. With this end in view he seeks cooperation from the authority concerned of the national museum.