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12:00 AM, July 14, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, July 14, 2017

A double dose of Bubly on Eid-ul Azha

Albeit a relatively new face, Bubly's debut role was lauded with much praise and brought her the Meril Prothom Alo Award for “Bossgiri”. Her popularity continued to grow since, and currently the actor has wrapped up shooting for two films: “Rongbaj” and “Ohonkar.” The new ventures are scheduled for release during Eid-ul Azha, and in a recent interview with The Daily Star the actor spoke about her upcoming films.

“There are four songs in 'Rongbaj', shot in Europe and in India. We wrapped up shooting for the film in Bangladesh. The work was very strenuous as we worked in extreme conditions in the freezing cold in Switzerland, that too at high altitudes. I was wearing only a gown to protect me from the cold, and it took two days to finish working on the song scene.”

“From Switzerland we made our way to Milan, Italy, which was a much more pleasant experience. We wore Bangladeshi traditional costumes, which drew a large crowd and many requested to take pictures with us. At least it wasn't cold.”

“I believe viewers will enjoy watching the film, and it is the kind where you could take your family members to see in theatres. The songs are beautiful, and are shot in various breathtaking locations around the globe. The start of my career saw the release of two films -- 'Shooter' and 'Bossgiri', both of which had me paired up with Shakib Khan. This year I am teaming up with him once again in both films, and it evokes the same memories I had during my debut releases.”

“'Ohonkaar' was a very challenging venture as I play two characters simultaneously. But the crew was highly organised, and shooting went without a hitch. I hope viewers will enjoy the films, as their appreciation is my only motivation to work,” she said.

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