Interview | The Daily Star
  • Relaying human feelings through art

    Promising Bangladeshi artist Mahmuda Akter Lutfa enrolled at the Department of Graphic Art at Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan to receive her Undergraduate Degree. During her four-year stay at the abode of peace and harmony, she not only received art education, but also passionately learnt Bharatnatyam under Shankar Narayan.

  • Theatre will always have a special place in my heart

    Sushama Sarkar is a bona fide actor in theatre, having worked in the industry for over 18 years. Besides working for her theatre troupe Desh Natok, she also works in tele-fictions and cinema. The beautiful diva has worked in some new projects, which she reveals in an exclusive interview with The Daily Star.

  • Talking music with The Seesaw Quartet

    Comprised of tenor saxophonist Rahin Haider, guitarist Jishnu Haider, bassist Alistair Sarkar Raj and drummer Samiul Wahid, The Seesaw Quartet is an emerging instrumental ensemble on the block that started off its journey this year. Siblings Rahin and Jishnu composed their own music as a duo called The Seesaw.

  • Nadia Dora

    Young singer Nadia Dora began her journey in social business and music altogether along with performing in university programmes.

  • The versatile BONNA MIRZA gets candid

    Bonna Mirza found her start in the showbiz industry through theatre, where she made a name for herself as a compelling thespian. It

  • Arifin Shuvoo Taking it one day at a time

    Arifin Shuvoo won millions of hearts with his laudable performance in 'Dhaka Attack.' He has now stepped into the industry of Kolkata with the film 'Ahare.' The Daily Star catches up with the popular star to discuss his aspirations about acting, his upcoming projects and more.

  • Imdadul Haq Milon glorious at 63

    Award winning screenwriter Imdadul Haq Milon is a household name, despite belonging to a niche artistic community. His first

  • Tasnim Anika

    Tasnim Anika has impressed one and all with her talent, charm and demeanor throughout her young career. The politically incorrect singer takes on today's round of 'One Minute Please', and the results are quite interesting. Read on to find out more!

  • Sky is the limit for Nova

    Nova is a beloved face in the television industry, equally adept at acting, modeling and anchoring. Recently in an interview with The Daily Star, she talks about her upcoming projects.

  • Reflections with Lucky Enam on her birthday

    Having started her media career in 1972, veteran actor Lucky Enam has accomplished laudable performances in radio, television and theatre for many years.