Gaan Bangla's CEO Kaushik Hossain Taposh started his birthday on a festive note. He cut a cake with his lovely family and beautiful wife, Farzana Munny, when the clock struck 12. The "Prohelika" team decided to surprise the Gaan Bangla CEO by dropping by the TM records office.
In a male-dominated industry, Chayanika Chowdhury has carved her own mark as a courageous woman, stepping into the silver-screen with films like “Bishwoshundori” and “Prohelika”.
The magic of Eid-ul-Adha continues to reverberate across theatres in Bangladesh as five Eid films mark their triumphant 50-day journey on the silver screen. On the occasion of Eid, five films were released in theatres– Himel Ashraf's "Priyotoma," Raihan Rafi's "Shurongo," Bandhan Biswas' "Laal Shari," Chayanika Chowdhury's "Prohelika," and Saikat Nasir's "Casino." These movies, each with its own unique narrative and style, crossed the 50-day milestone.
Renowned Dhallywood actress Shabnur, who has been residing in Australia for quite some time, recently took a step-down to memory lane. Showcasing her unwavering connection to the Bangladeshi film industry, Shabnur graced an Australian theater to watch the recent released film, "Prohelika," starring Mahfuz Ahmed and Bubly, directed by Chayanika Chowdhury.
With an impressive tally of 15 released films and an additional 12 awaiting their debut, Rashed Mamun Apu has firmly cemented his status as a sought-after actor. Notably, he graced the screens with Prohelika and Laal Sari during the previous Eid season.
Mahfuz Ahmed is currently enjoying his time with his family in Australia. Meanwhile, he watched the film with his wife, and received great response from the audience as well.
Mahfuz Ahmed and Bubly starrer “Prohelika” is all set to release in six cities of Australia on August 5.
The charming Mahfuz Ahmed made a stunning return to the silver screen as the passionate ‘Mona’ in Chayanika Chowdhury’s “Prohelika”.
The good news is that, this Eid-ul-Azha, five films were released, and it is a great sign for the industry that the audience are returning to the halls, and appreciating most of the films. At the same time, songs that these films showcase have played a great role as promotions for these films.