Donning a 'Hawa' movie-inspired sari designed by the incredibly talented Faiza Ahmed of Manas, Tushi looked like the perfect embodiment of beauty, grace, and mystery.
The highly anticipated Meril-Prothom Alo Awards 2022 took to centre stage on Friday evening at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center's Hall of Fame in the capital’s Sher-e-Bangla Nagar. This star-studded event brought together luminaries from the entertainment world, making the occasion an unforgettable one.
The previous year has been a momentous one for the Bangladeshi filming industry as locally made films did exceptionally well, both in the country and outside.
Like every year, Ityadi will be celebrating this Eid-ul-fitr in a grandiose manner alongside the show’s host, Hanif Sanket. This time, the audience will enjoy performances from a multitude of celebrities on the stage of Ityadi.
Popular stars Azmeri Haque Badhan, Nazifa Tushi and Sabila Nur will be performing in the Eid special episode of “Ityadi”. They will be a part of short plays that will raise social awareness amongst the audience.
The Bangladeshi film industry is witnessing a new wave of resurgence and popularity as a handful of cinemas were houseful this year. A total of 50 films have released in 2022.
Mejbaur Rahman Sumon directorial film “Hawa” broke many records domestically as one of the most successful films in recent years.
The fashionistas of Dhaka are certainly aware, that there is a new lifestyle store in the capital, by the name of bluebutton.lifestyle. Pictures of beautiful models including the famous Hawa movie heroine Nazifa Tushi have been making rounds in social media recently, sporting beautiful jumpsuits, blazers, three-piece suits and long frocks in traditional prints, including Jamdani prints.
The high-end local bridal and groom’s clothing industry is relatively new. Targeting a very niche consumer base, brands like Aarong and Mayasir, and shops at Mirpur Benaroshi Polli started bringing their wedding attire lines to the forefront, offering customers for the first-time, luxury wedding outfits that were completely local, if not a bit limited in their offerings.