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Liberation War on celluloid
Arts & Entertainment

Liberation War on celluloid

In four decades of independence, the Bangladeshi film industry has taken giant strides. Although the number of annual movie titles

Modeling for the Aporajeyo Bangla
Arts & Entertainment

Modeling for the Aporajeyo Bangla

Among all the sculptures paying tribute to our glorious Liberation War, the Aporajeyo Bangla, standing tall in front of the Faculty of

Singing to freedom
Music

Singing to freedom

The 1971 Liberation War in Bangladesh is set apart from the historical trope of violence, where Bangladeshis did not just collectively

Reliving songs of freedom Music

Reliving songs of freedom

BTV tonight, but instead of serenading viewers with her melodious vocals, the artiste is slated to host the show. Titled “Bijoye Nishan Urche Oi”, the BTV programme is scheduled to air tonight after the 10pm news.

Liberation War and saga of singers Music

Liberation War and saga of singers

“I was a young adult in 1971. I was not the bravest; I hadn't killed anything except mosquitoes. All I had was music in my heart and my

Badhan's first Liberation War play Arts & Entertainment

Badhan's first Liberation War play

Azmeri Haque Badhan has been in the show business for 11 years, working as a model and TV actress, but had never worked in a Liberation War-based TV play. This year, she did her first work on the subject matter, titled “Oprokash”. The miniseries will air for six

Korea-Bangladesh cultural exchange Arts & Entertainment

Korea-Bangladesh cultural exchange

Strings of a violin were touched with a bow. A gentle but shimmering sound emerged. The phone of some other strings of voila

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