Emon began to draw media attention with several noteworthy performances in TV plays and commercials. “Daruchini Dwip” marked his debut in cinema, while in “Ek Buk Bhalobasha”, Emon played his first lead role. His unending row of successes led him to act opposite leading actresses of the country. Emon won much acclaim for his performance in the movie “Gohiney Shobdo”, and his latest release “Lal Tip” has also brought him a fair share of the limelight. The rising film star recently came to the DS Café to field a barrage of questions from his fans and admirers.
Dipu Roy, Nilfamari: I went to the theatre four times to see your latest movie. I have even memorised dialogues from “Lal Tip”.
Emon: Thank you for watching “Lal Tip” more than once. I'm overwhelmed by your appreciation!
Bithi, Chittagong: Can we expect more movies like “Lal Tip” in the future?
Emon: Definitely. It is the audience that determines trends in cinema.
Lonny, Dhaka: What are your favourite foods? Which sports do you like?
Emon: My favourite sports are cricket and badminton. My favourite dishes are 'Bhuna Khichuri' and 'Ilish Bhaja'. However, I hardly get the chance to eat them.
Sagar Chowdhury, Sylhet: Have you always wanted to be a film actor?
Emon: I had no such wishes. I wanted to be an athlete. Often I dreamt of becoming a successful entrepreneur. But now that I am into acting, it has grown to be my passion and love.
Sohag Sen, Dhaka: I've watched the movie “Lal Tip”. The songs are brilliant. Can we expect more movies like this?
Emon: Thank you for your appreciation. It is the directors who have a better understanding of the characters and stories. I just want variation in my work.
Nahar, Savar: You shifted to the silver screen from TV…
Emon: Yes. TV plays and modelling came first. But now I am more focussed on films and modelling.
Falguni, Dhaka: If you were told that a Hollywood actress would be cast opposite you, who would that be?
Emon: Jennifer Lopez. By the way, there was a French actress who played a role in the movie “Lal Tip”.
Rudra, Dhaka: What do you think is our biggest social disease at the moment?
Emon: I feel that traffic congestion is our biggest curse at the moment. We can never reach our destination in time and this causes a lot of tension.
Moushumi, Dhaka: After watching “Lal Tip”, I felt that you would take Dhaka film scene by storm very soon.
Emon: Only time will reveal our destinies. My only wish is to keep working in good movies, fuelled by the love of the audience.
The Daily Star (TDS): Do you get free time to hang out with friends?
Emon: We do have great adda sessions with my schoolmates whenever we can. Even when I'm busy shooting, I often call my friends to come over.
Sohel, Narinda: Will the golden days of cinema ever return?
Emon: Nothing is impossible. If we try hard, it might.
Joy, Dhaka: Did you visit cinema halls outside Dhaka screening “Lal Tip”?
Emon: Yes, I visited several districts and have plans to go to several more.
Pintu Raj, Sylhet: How did you land in the world of cinema?
Emon: Fate and obviously my career in TV and modelling led me here.
Shamim, Dhaka: I watch Bengali films regularly and love your acting. What film are you doing now?
Emon: I hope that you will keep on watching more and more Bengali movies. Currently I'm working in several movies.
Asha, Dhaka: What are your thoughts after the release of “Lal Tip”?
Emon: I want to maintain the standard I achieved and keep on working in good movies, which you will be able to enjoy at cinema halls. I hope the face of our film industry will change.
Enamul, Dhaka: I watch Bangla movies on Television. The first film that I watched in a hall was “Lal Tip”.
Emon: Thank you. I want you to go to cinema halls and enjoy more movies by other actors as well.