Archive | October, 2013

Eid albums fail to attract much audience

Only a few out of the 70 audio and video albums released in a week during the Eid-ul-Azha could make profit, said sources at the production houses of the country.
The production houses admitted that their strategy of releasing huge number of albums to resurrect the slumped trade audio market had actually failed. They Read the full story

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Petricca shares his views on Asian films

The internationally acclaimed screenwriter and the executive vice dean of the American Film Institute Joe Petricca is now in Dhaka to teach the technique of screenplay writing.
This is for the second time that Patricca has arrived in Dhaka to conduct a workshop that began on Tuesday at the Bangladesh Film Development Corporation. Read the full story

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Banglavision pays tribute to Manna Dey

Popular singers Badshah Bulbul and Moutushi will sing songs of Manna Dey in a tributary phonolive studio concert to be aired today at 11:25pm on Banglavision.
In the programme titled Music Club, the singers will present popular numbers of the late music icon Manna Dey. Besides, they will share their experiences with the Read the full story

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Bad Grandpa trumps at US box office

Johnny Knoxville’s raunchy comedy Bad Grandpa has ended Gravity’s three-week run at the top of the US box office reports BBC. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, about an 86-year-old and his eight-year-old grandson, opened with $32m (£19.7m). Gravity, which starrs Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, as astronauts adrift in space took $20.3m (£12.5m) It was followed by Tom Hanks’ Read the full story

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Aamir Khan gets US award

Aamir Khan has been felicitated with a prestigious US award in recognition of his successful effort to create debate on country’s pressing social problems through his popular TV show ‘Satyamev Jayate’, reports India Today. The 47-year-old Bollywood star was presented with the Inaugural America Abroad Media Award along with Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow and the Read the full story

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Shahartoli releases 2nd album

Shahartoli came to discussion after releasing a song on Felani tragedy that made the people protest against such barbaric border killings by Border Security Force of India.
In fact, most of the songs of its debut album, Borabor, released by the band in 2011 were social message oriented. The band, which has also developed a distinctive Read the full story

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Delicate prints depict various issues

Sixteen artists deal with various issues in their delicate wood engraving works known as xylography in a group exhibition on display at the Gallery Cosmos 2 in Mohakhali.
The 10-day exhibition features 44 wood engraving prints done by the participants of a printmaking workshop conducted by artist professor Amirul Momanin Chowdhury Read the full story

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Rubel busy in serials

Ahmed Rubel, who has achieved popularity through playing diverse characters both in films and teleplays, is nowadays busy acting in drama serials on small screen.
Rubel told New Age in an interview that he was acting in Jewel Mahmud’s family drama serial Badhu Keno Mon Bojhonona as well as in Golam Muktadir Shan’s Read the full story

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Two poets receive Jibanananda award

Two poets were awarded with Jibanananda Purushkar 2013 in a commemorative programme organised marking the 59th death anniversary of Jibanananda Das on Friday in Barisal, the birth place of the poet.
Renowned poet Asad Chowdhury, who is also from Barisal, handed over the prizes to the late poet Khondakar Ashraf Hossain and Shantanu Kaisar for his prose works. Read the full story

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Bangladeshi Asif out of Bigg Boss 7

Asif Azim, who made entry in Bigg Boss 7 right in the second week, tried his best to survive in the house but as we say Bigg Boss is not everyone’s cup of tea, the Bangladeshi model got evicted on Saturday, reports The Times of India. Asif, who is a Bangladeshi model, considers that not being from the Indian society is the reason why he was voted out, ‘I know people inside the house Read the full story

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