Starting from his stellar performances in “Mohanagar”, to reaching new heights with “Syndicate”, “Poran” and “Hawa”, Nasir Uddin Khan has aced his characters both on the silver screen and through web-series.
Following his recent success, the actor sat down with The Daily Star, on a gloomy autumn evening, to candidly discuss his journey, experiences, and much more.
Marking the National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam’s 46th death anniversary, Gems of Nazrul will release their 22nd production titled “Dhrubojoti” at the stroke of midnight on August 27 on Channel i and their official YouTube channel.
Ziaul Roshan, Sunerah Binte Kamal, and Khairul Basar starrer web film “Shuklopokkho” was released on Chorki recently. The psychological thriller, directed by Vicky Zahed, is the director’s second collaboration with the streaming platform, after “Redrum”.
"Bondhu Tomar Pother Sathi Ke Chine Nio", a musical programme organized by Jaltaranga, was held at the Isfandier Zahad Hassan Auditorium at Bishwo Shahitto Kendro, recently. Actor-elocutionist Jayanto Chattopadhyay, Muttalib Biswas, Eminent Guitarist Enamul Kabir, and Painter Abdul Mannan were present at the event, among many others.
Two twitchy bare feet, restlessly walking for miles, while its owner looks for medical plants in the green blemishes of Bandarban—this is how Al Haseeb Nomanee’s short film “Healers of the Hill” opens to the audience. Shot in 2012, this production is based on the struggles, dedication and simplicity of a Marma healer who helps people in medical need.
The film, shot in the Marma language, features the interview of a ‘healer’ residing in Bandarban. The production looks to capture the journey of this healer and present it to the audience as a poetic musical and visual treat.
After “Redrum” Vicky Zahed is set to return on Chorki with his upcoming psychological-thriller “Shuklopokkho”. Garnering much appreciation for his use of plot-twists in thrillers, the director has decided to present a fresh chemistry between Khairul Basar, Ziaul Roshan, and Sunerah Binte Kamal in the upcoming web film.
While most South Indian productions are known for their high-budget sets and expensive visual effects like CGI and VFX, some low-budget south-based productions have also managed to captivate the attention of critics.
Director duo Pushkar–Gayathri have declared the official Hindi remake of their much-appreciated, neo-noir action thriller film "Vikram Vedha". The movie stars Saif Ali Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Radhika Apte.