Operation Jackpot stands as a significant chapter in the history of Bangladesh's Liberation War. The story of courage displayed in this guerrilla operation by the naval sector is on its way to being adapted for the silver screen. The cinematic depiction, titled “Operation Jackpot”, is set to be funded by the Ministry of Liberation War Affairs.
Over three and a half decades Misha Sawdagar has been entertaining the audience with his performance. He is unparalleled in the antagonist roles in Dhallywood films. The multiple times National Film Award-winning actor is still busy at the same pace. In recent times he has been shooting for half a dozen new films, apart from that he has worked on a fiction-based project as well.
The cinematic journeys of Dhallywood actors Misha Sawdagar and Amit Hasan can be traced back to their debut film, “Chetona”, directed by Chatku Ahmed in 1989. In this film, there were five heroes altogether. While the paths of the other lead actors diverged, fate recently brought Misha and Amit together again, this time in the vibrant streets of New York.
In candid chat with The Daily Star, the celebrities shared a bit about their own childhood Eid celebrations.
In this upcoming Eid, three of his films—"Kill Him", "Leader Amie Bangladesh" and "Prem Pritir Bandhan"—will be released in theaters. In a candid conversation with The Daily Star, the talented actor reflected on his journey in showbiz and much more.
The Bubly starrer film "Local" amazes the censor board members as a marveling portrayal of a political film.