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Oscar-winning Indian composer and musician AR Rahman has mesmerised the audience in Dhaka, including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, with songs on Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Bangladesh. Hasina was seen filming Rahman’s performance at Cricket Celebrates Mujib 100 concert in Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. Rahman took the stage at 9:40pm Continue Reading
Bengali film and television actor Abhishek Chatterjee’s shocking demise has left Tollywood deeply saddened. Reports suggest, Abhishek suffered a heart attack. He was 58. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has expressed grief over Abhishek’s sudden demise, Times of India reports. Despite being unwell, the senior artist was shooting for upcoming TV show ‘Ismrat Continue Reading
Dhaka, March 23 – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today distributed the National Film Award-2020 among the winners at a gala ceremony at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Dhaka city. She conferred the awards, the highest recognition of the contribution of artistes to Bangladeshi films, as the chief guest, joining virtually the function from her […]Continue Reading
Rajshahi, March 20 – A two-day International Children Film Festival began in Rajshahi on Sunday with the theme of ‘Frame Frame Agamir Swapna’. Initiated by Children Film Society Bangladesh, the 15th festival is being held at Shilpakala Academy auditorium. Panel Mayor of Rajshahi City Corporation Shariful Islam Babu and Additional Deputy Commissioner Joya Continue Reading
Dhaka, Feb 15 – The names of the winners of the National Film Award 2020 have been announced in 27 categories. The Information Ministry issued a gazette notification to this end on Tuesday. ‘Gor (The Grave)’ and ‘Bishwoshundori’ movies jointly won the award in the best film category. Gor (The Grave) was jointly produced by […]Continue Reading
Dhaka, Jan 15, 2022 – The 20th edition of Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) began at the National Museum in capital Dhaka on Saturday. Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen inaugurated the nine-day DIFF festival as the chief guest at the main auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum at 4pm, said a press release. Speaking on […]Continue Reading