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12:00 AM, August 21, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, August 21, 2010

A full plate

Catching up with busy actor Anisur Rahman Milon


Actor Anisur Rahman Milon is fully immersed in single-episode plays, telefilms, serials and movies, with as many as 20 to 22 plays to be aired this Eid.
Milon found time off from his busy schedule to talk to The Daily Star (TDS) about his current assignments.
TDS: How many plays do you have on your plate this Eid?
Milon: I have worked in at least 20-22 plays for this Eid. Some of them are: Shokal Ahmed's “Ekti Moddhobitto Bhabna”; Koushik Shankar Das' “Ekti Onnorokom Premer Golpo”; Masud Mohiuddin's “Prapti Shunno”; Zafar Al Mamun's “Tomari Kachhe”; Masud Sezan's “Bhoot Gaari” and Chayanika Chowdhury's “Jara Brishti te Bhijechilo”.
TDS: Which are your favorite plays?
Milon:
Singling out a play is not possible, as all of them are interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed working in them. I had chance to act with star actresses in some of the plays. I have worked with Aupee Karim in “Bhindeshi Taraa” and with Tarin in “Ekti Onnorokom Premer Golpo”.
TDS: Any recent work in serials?
Milon:
The pressure for Eid plays allows me less time to work on serials. However, I have seven/eight serials on hand. The latest serial, based on Humayun Ahmed's “Rumali”, is being directed by Arun Chowdhury.
TDS: Any update on the film “Shoachan Pakhi”?
Milon:
Most of the work for the film is over. An interesting thing about the movie is that I have recorded a song for the soundtrack.

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