Vivacious, pretty, and down-to-earth -- Sanjida Preeti impressed one and all with her performances throughout the years. From essaying the young and bubbly Titir in “Kacher Manush” to the doe-eyed Naila from “Bhalobashi Tai Bhalobeshe Jai”, the versatile actress has forayed all three mediums- Th
Muhammad Quayum's debut-directorial movie, "Kura Pokkhir Shunne Ura" (The Golden Wings of Watercocks) has been nominated at the 28th edition of the prestigious Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF). The film was nominated under the “International Competition: Innovation in Moving Images” category.
Recently, internationally acclaimed filmmaker, Rubaiyat Hossain received a grant from the 37th Berlin World Cinema Fund. The independent filmmaker won 50,000 Euros (BDT 53 lakhs) for her upcoming production “The Difficult Bride”.
Legendary musician Ayub Bachchu had a vision of creating a band music fest, which would feature popular bands from Bangladesh coming together for an enthralling musical experience. Nine years ago, he requested Channel i to arrange Band Music Day on December 1 of each year, with elaborate functions to celebrate the joyous union of Bangladesh’s top bands.
Noted singer and musician Pantha Kanai has ventured into acting with Moin Hasan Dhrubo’s “Dahokal”. He posted pictures from the set along with Tasnia Farin, on his official Facebook page. The singer was seen wearing a blue flowery printed shirt paired with greyish shorts, while Tasnia looked cute in white Kurti.
Mejbaur Rahman Sumon's "Hawa'' has stormed into the hearts of people, with its exhilarating cinematography and believable cast. The movie recently created a standstill at Nandan, where Kolkata audiences pulled up in crowds to watch the movie at 4th Bangladesh Film Festival.
Muhammad Quayum’s debut directorial movie, “Kura Pokkhir Shunne Ura” (The Golden Wings of Watercocks) depicts the tale of marginalised peasants and farmers, who have to survive in the unpredictable haor areas of Bangladesh.
The pious and religious Siddique is a Muezzin on a small island in Monpura. His life revolves around the small mosque, where he would serenade the village with the sound of Azaan. One day, when he comes to his house, he discovers the body of a prostitute. He doesn’t have a single clue as to how the body arrived, and buries it deep under his residence. The dead body haunts him in his sleep, and finally, when he confesses to the police, they find out that the body is no longer there. How did the body disappear?
Mehzeb Chowdhury is best known for his invention of MABMAT, a Mars Rover-like invention that aids crime scene analysis which modernised the field. However, the Bangladesh-origin prodigy is also a member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA’s) ‘The Connect’ programme for his contribution to the British film industry as a cinematographer and screenwriter.