In anticipation of the upcoming 12th National Parliament election, a group of well-known actors from the entertainment industry is actively seeking nominations. This diverse lineup includes renowned figures such as Ferdous, Mahiya Mahi, Rubel, Shakil Khan, and Siddiqur Rahman. These celebrities have taken a step further by collecting nomination forms, indicating their intentions to seek endorsements from their preferred political party.
Numerous artists came together to form a human chain, urging an end to the ongoing strikes and blockades in the country. On a Saturday afternoon, in front of the National Museum in Shahbagh, they created a united front under the banner 'Society of Artists Against Destruction.' The human chain comprised of actors, actresses, heroes, singers, and various other personalities from the showbiz industry who actively participated in this initiative.
Celebrated literary figure Humayun Ahmed was deeply loved by millions of readers during his lifetime. As an author, he gained immense popularity by creating characters like Himu, Rupa, and Misir Ali, through which he earned countless devoted fans. The craze for Himu is still visible in today’s generation, as fans still wear yellow panjabi—a signature dress worn by the character.
The National Film Award winning actress would continue to receive similar levels of fame and love from her fans for her performances on both the small and big screen, having also made her name as a presenter on the side.
For the first time, a film is being made based on the historic speech delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 7,1971 at the Ramna Race Course field. Directed by Anonno Mamun, the film is called “Radio”. Set in 1971, the plot revolves around a radio that kept a remote village connected to the rest of the world.
Yesterday, the dream of a nation was finally fulfilled. After many years of anticipation, the Padma Bridge has finally been opened to the public.
On a hot sultry day, a crowd gathers around Dhanmondi Lake to get a glimpse of Riaz and Mou, giving shots for a song sequence for their upcoming telefilm.
Moushumi and Riaz, two of the most popular faces on film and television, have paired up for tele-film “Megh-er Araley”.
England coach Trevor Bayliss is thought to have spoken to the match referee over Pakistan's Wahab Riaz using his foot rather than his hand to field the ball.