Earlier, when Shah Rukh Khan's film "Pathaan" saw release in Bangladesh in May, a group of directors had vehemently opposed its screening, citing concerns about the potential detriment to the local film industry.
Priyo Moni, a promising actor in our local film industry, has been making waves with her remarkable talent. She marked her debut on the silver screen with "Koshai," sharing the frame with Nirab. The film released on a streaming platform during the pandemic, showcased her prowess. Before gracing the film world, Priyo Moni first entered the limelight through the Miss World competition. Her recent accolade includes Dhallywood Film Award.
Anonno Mamun's plan to make a pan-Indian film featuring Shakib Khan has faced a setback as Bollywood actor Faisal Khan, who was initially set to star alongside Shakib, has decided not to be a part of the project. Mamun had previously shared his excitement about bringing the two talented actors from different industries together.
Anonno Mamun mentioned that an official announcement will be made only after Shakib Khan returns from the United States. As fans eagerly await the revelation, the director keeps the suspense intact, intensifying the intrigue surrounding the film.
Anonno Mamun is in Mumbai right now and the director has confirmed that he has officially signed the heroine and villain for his upcoming movie.
While many are vying to postpone "Pathaan" release in Bangladesh, director Anonno Mamun, who is responsible for the import of “Pathaan”, announced that the film will be released on May 5.
On the occasion of the birthday of the ‘Father of the Nation’, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Anonno Mamun's film "Radio", which is based on the historic March 7 speech of Bangabandhu, was released in 7 theaters today.
For the first time, a film is being made based on the historic speech delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 7,1971 at the Ramna Race Course field. Directed by Anonno Mamun, the film is called “Radio”. Set in 1971, the plot revolves around a radio that kept a remote village connected to the rest of the world.
This is the second time now that the release of Anonno Mamun’s “Makeup” has been halted by the Bangladesh Film Censor Board. On January 21, the Appellate Committee declared the film ‘unfit’ for a theatrical release.