As I sifted through the pages of “Mujib”, the graphic novel series depicting the Father of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s life, I could not help but think of how many generations of children could have benefited from this remarkable portrayal of the Father of the Nation.
Celebrated actress Sabila Nur is set to star in several Valentine’s Day tele-fictions this year, teaming up with Afran Nisho and Apurba, among others. In particular, her pairing with Apurba is a hit with viewers.
A host of our favourite stars are pairing up for the first time on-screen in different upcoming projects. There is a lot of excitement and anticipation about how they would fare in their given roles. Check out what these pairs have in store for us.
This year saw the release of a slew of outstanding Bangladeshi web series and films that had us glued to our screens. As 2021 comes to an end, we bring you a list of some of the best productions, released on OTT platforms.
There has been a sentiment amongst certain sections of people that superhero films, more specifically movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), are the “death of cinema”. Many think pieces have been written around this concept. I think there is an inclination from a lot of people to turn their nose up at popular entertainment, and I would like to challenge them to go watch a screening of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Watch the sheer joy this movie unfolds for an audience.
National Professor Rafiqul Islam, one of the most distinguished researchers on National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam, passed away yesterday at the capital's Evercare Hospital. He was an educationalist, a scholar, writer, and cultural activist. The 87-year-old was the recipient of both Swadhinata Padak and Ekushey Padak, the highest civilian honours in the country. Numerous Nazrul Sangeet exponents fondly spoke about the National Professor with The Daily Star.
Popular actress Sabila Nur has been busy with quite a few tele-fictions, especially for the forthcoming Valentine’s Day. She was recently featured in Chorki’s first ever free mini-series, “Sugar Free”.