As the clock ticks away, marking a quarter-century since the release of the enchanting romantic film "Hothat Brishti" (Sudden Rain), directed by the legendary Basu Chatterjee and produced through a collaborative effort between Bangladesh and India, a special event unfolded under the vibrant banner of Channel i on Saturday. The celebration featured melodic tunes, engaging discussions, and heartfelt reflections, encapsulating the spirit of this beloved cinematic creation.
According to the association’s decision, Homayra's Janaza (funeral prayer) will be held at the Channel i courtyard in the capital city after the Jummah prayer today (November 3). This solemn occasion will allow her colleagues and the industry as a whole to pay their respects to the departed artiste. Following the prayer, Homayra will be laid to rest near Laxmipur, marking her final journey.
Bangladesh National Film Award recipient Shujeo Shyam, who is also an artiste at the Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra, received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the award ceremony.
Satellite and cable television, Channel i turns 25 today, on the occasion of which, the channel has organised various programmes. Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wished the channel on its birthday from another part of the world.
The competition’s activities begun last December, starting with the registration.The programme is currently on the shooting phase of the grand audition.
Channel i and Gaan Bangla have announced that the participant who provides the correct answer will be awarded BDT 1 lakh.
The day after Eid, Channel i will air its landmark show “Krishoker Eid Anondo” at 4:30 pm. The programme has been planned, directed and presented by Shykh Siraj.
Recently, the characters from OTT shows, Allen Swapan from “Syndicate”, and its spin-off “Myself Allen Swapan”, and OC Harun from “Mohanagar” has been actively interacting with fans on the social media prior to the release of these shows.