When Azmeri Haque Badhan wears an attire, it is sure to become a style statement. This time, her breath-taking ensemble featured a chic blouse piece, meticulously crafted by an avant-garde brand, DustCoat: The Blouse.
The trailer of "Khufiya" was released last month, offering a glimpse into Badhan's character and the intrigue surrounding the film. In the 2-minute and 39-second trailer, glimpses of her character have already piqued the interest of fans.
The highly anticipated trailer for the Netflix film "Khufiya," directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, was unveiled today. This marks the Bollywood debut of actress Azmeri Haque Badhon, and it's already creating quite a buzz in the industry.
Azmeri Haque Badhan wore a white nakshi kantha sari, while accepting the National Award in 2023. This has been more than just a fashion statement for her. Here's the story:
Statement silk saris promise to take you back to the ‘60s and help mimic your favourite Bollywood heroine. Decades ago, this very silk sari conjured images of eye-catching young women from elite society but today, that image has somehow faded because of the scarcity of the authentic fabric and the existence of cheaper alternatives that actually look nothing close or exclusive as its predecessors.
Silmat Chisti of Nobo Dhaka, knows her way around the traditional weaves of Bangladesh. Jamdani, Silk, Tangail — you name it. She can continue a well-informed conversation for hours. After launching Nobo Dhaka in 2019 along with her friend, Mitia Saleh, the entrepreneur worked hard to source, produce and promote anything and everything that was a part of the heritage of Bangladesh. At least that was the primary thought behind initiating the brand. Part of the reason why she aims to make Nobo, an authentic traditional brand is to revive and restore the heritages of Bangladesh, ones that we are almost on the verge of losing.
Azmeri Haque Badhan, a household name and creative force to be reckoned with, is now aiming far and beyond with her first look at Vishal Bhardwaj’s spy thriller "Khufiya," in a Netflix teaser. The upcoming Netflix movie, Khufiya, is inspired by true events, based on the popular espionage novel "Escape to Nowhere," by Amar Bhushan. Despite the current hype, this movie was first offered to actresses Mehazabien Chowdhury and Bidya Sinha Mim, who later decline the role due to some highlights of political issues connected to Bangladesh. The script allegedly shows Bangladesh in a bad light.
Azmeri Haque Badhan, one of the most coveted actresses of the Bangladeshi silver screen, has made it a point to wear local saris and jewellery to most international events and promote the rich legacy and craftsmanship of the country to the global audience.
Picture this — Jaya Ahsan in gladiator sandals, maxi skirt, a solid-colour tank top and multilayers of natural wooden beads round the neck; or maybe Azmeri Haque Badhan, in a patchwork crochet midi-dress with leather belts and hunter wellies. What are we talking about? Boho–chic fashion of course! Like many other 90s trends making a comeback, Boho is back again with a bang. So, we are ready to welcome back floral waistcoats, midi dresses, ripped jeans, cargo pants, printed scarves, fringes on everything including belts, bags and sandals.