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12:00 AM, December 02, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, December 02, 2017

Moutushi Biswas' hands are full with TV projects

Popular actor Moutushi Biswas has her hands full with a variety of small screen projects. Aside from drama serials and single episode plays, the artiste enjoys being an anchor of a popular TV programme.

She plays a central role in several released ventures, including the drama series “Chirokumari Club”, aired on Ekushey TV. Helmed by Tarek Mohammad, the narrative highlights the lives of girls housed in hostels. “In this fun story, girls who live here must abide by one rule- they must not be in romantic relationships,” stated Moutushi.

The actor is also seen opposite Shahiduzzaman Selim in “Ek Jhhaak Mrito Jonaki”, aired on Banglavision and directed by Shibli Shakhawat.

Moutushi Biswas is also busy filming for four new drama serials. She has been on the sets of “Pagla Hawa”, which depicts inmates in a psychiatric facility. She has wrapped up shooting for “Akashe Megh Nei”, where she portrays a poor girl from the slums working at a small hotel. The artiste has added that the latter venture has been a new experience for her, saying, “I have never played a character from an unprivileged background.”

The actor will take viewers back in time in new play titled “Uttal Torongo”. Set in a zaminder manor in Rajbari, Moutushi plays the role of a courtroom dancer. And soon, the actor will begin filming for yet another new series titled “Dugdugi.”

Single episode plays featuring the actor are “Hashi”, where she will appear alongside Mir Sabbir. She is also slated to appear in a play set during the Liberation War this week.

Despite her busy schedule, the artiste carves out time for other projects she finds interesting. She is currently hosting the ATN Bangla programme “Shera Rondhon Shilpi 2017”.

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