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Most Welcome gets commercial release in London

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A scene from Most WelcomeA scene from Most Welcome

Bangladeshi action drama Most Welcome will get its commercial release in a London cinema on March 10. 
Ananta Jalil-Barsha starred Most Welcome, directed by Ananya Mamun will be released at the Elford Cinema Hall.
A special press show followed by a press conference will be held on March 9 at the Court House in London.
The film has got permission from British Board of Film Classification for commercial release.
MA Jalil Ananta and his better half Barsha will be present at the show and also in the commercial release. They will leave Dhaka today.
‘I am feeling proud that a Bangladeshi film will get commercial release in
London,’ a delighted Ananta Jalil, whose only aim is to produce international standard commercial films in Dhaka, told New Age.
‘I believe that Most Welcome will be equally successful in London,’ he added.
Ananta Jalil also hoped that Most Welcome would create an ‘example’ for the local film industry in terms of getting international exposure.
Most Welcome, a Monsoon Films production, focuses on an uncompromising anti corruption officer who dedicates his life against corruption. 
Most Welcome was released on August 20, 2012 during the Eid-ul-Fitr at around 300 cinemas across the country.




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