Posted on 14 March 2015
Tisha, Syed Babu and Niloy, three of the busiest actors on the small screen teamed up for a telefilm titled.
Ei Boishakhe, which is set to air on the first day of the Bangla New Year. Written by Naznin Hasan Chumki and directed by Shanta Rahman, the telefilm recently completed its last round of shooting. Talking about working in the TV production Tisha said: “As I have previously worked with the director, we have shared decent working chemistry. I can easily understand what she wants from me and I make sure I deliver according to her Read the full story
Posted on 26 February 2015
Passion for cricket runs high in Bangladesh, especially when cheering for the Tigers in the ongoing World Cup is concerned. In order to demonstrate support for Bangladeshi cricket team and depict the passionate involvement of the society with the game, a short film and a music video were launched. The short film that runs for two and a half minutes depicts the World Cup and the dreams of Bangladeshi cricket fans from the point of view of Read the full story
Posted on 21 February 2015
Language movement activist Jamil Chowdhury, while at the helm of the pilot project of the Dhaka Television (now BTV) in 1964, established Bangla as the official language of the station. His love for his mother language developed while serving at the station and ultimately led him to become a linguist. Jamil Chowdhury is now leading the Bangla Academy’s applied Bangla language dictionary project. In his long and illustrious career, he taught physics Read the full story
Posted on 21 February 2015
Overexposure and unsupervised access to Hindi channels, especially cartoon channels, have far-reaching impacts on children and may slow or even impede their physical as well as cognitive development, experts say. Most children get exposed to Hindi cartoons of unregulated contents at an early age, although too much screen-time can interfere with activities important in their formative years, including developing cognitive abilities and learning Read the full story
Posted on 16 February 2015
It was music that connected two souls in one string; they fell in love, got married and now have a beautiful baby together. The story of multifaceted artistes Tahsan and Mithila is no less than a modern day fairytale.
How will you introduce each other to the world?
Tahsan: After knowing her for eleven years, I will introduce Mithila through the different shades of her persona. My love Read the full story
Posted on 31 January 2015
On this Valentine’s Day, charming personality Nusrat Faria will be seen on small screen endorsing Mr Cookie Biscuit with heartthrob actor Arefin Shuvo. The model cum actress, Faria expressed her feelings: “The commercial is different from other TVCs. It has music, drama, and dance that we usually see in films. I can assure that it will be a hit commercial in 2015.” Asked how her shooting experience was, she said: “It was filmed in beautiful Cox’s Read the full story
Posted on 24 January 2015
Model-turned-actor Sonia Hossain is working on two single-episode TV plays titled “Shopnoghuri” and “Chaad Bamoner Golpo,” both Valentine’s Day specials. She will be seen pairing up with Apurba and Maznun Mizan in the TV dramas. In the meantime, she is in talk for film projects. “I want to invest more time in films this year. I received some good scripts from brilliant directors. I hope to start working in them soon,” she said, adding that Read the full story
Posted on 16 January 2015
Black roses usually have a negative connotation because of their association with tragedy, death and grief. But they also symbolise new beginnings. Lux Channel i Superstar 2009 Mehazabien Chowdhury recently starred in the single TV play titled ‘Black Rose.’ It tells the story of Nayeem, a young man who goes from one love affair to another breaking women’s hearts. Mehazabien plays Natasha, an intelligent girl that Nayeem befriends and falls in Read the full story
Posted on 07 January 2015
Small screen actor Moutushi Biswas will be appeared in a TV play titled “Overcoat” soon. Moutushi said: “The drama portrays various aspects of violence against women and its negative impact in the society.” “Despite being physically beaten, the helpless woman in rural areas still stay under one roof with their husband to be sheltered,” she said. “Backdrop in a rural setting, the story of ‘Overcoat’ depicts in such way that my husband, Read the full story
Posted on 04 January 2015
Mehzabin and Nisho loves each other. Nisho doesn’t do anything, in one word he is unemployed. On the other hand Mehzabin is a talented and realistic person. Noticing the lifestyle of Nisho, Mehzabin understands that it is not possible to lead a life with him. Thus she decides to move away from him, Nisho too accepts this decision. Today is the last day of their relationship. It the past they had decided to call it of around Read the full story