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  • Filmmaker Morshedul Islam, second from left, briefs the press about the nine-day film festival organised to celebrate the golden jubilee of the film society movement in Bangladesh. — New Age photo

  • Theatre department students perform in Manush staged at the TSC auditorium of Dhaka University on Tuesday.

  • ULAB students perform in Daakghar staged in a commemorative organised at the university on Sunday.

  • Shadhona artistes perform in Premamritam, which will be premiered on Sunday at the Music and Dance Centre of Bangladesh Shilpakal Academy.

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Shakib Khan: No 1

Shakib Khan
The Dhallywood superstar Shakib Khan has been named the best actor in the National Film Award 2012 for his acting in Shahin Sumon’s Khodar Porey Ma, according to the gazette notification issued by the information ministry on Thursday. Thanks to Shakib’s... Full story

BFSM organises 9-day film fest

Filmmaker Morshedul Islam, second from left, briefs the press about the nine-day film festival organised to celebrate the golden jubilee of the film society movement in Bangladesh. — New Age photo
A nine-day film festival celebrating the golden jubilee of the film society movement in Bangladesh will begin today at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. The film festival will feature 21 Bangladeshi films and documentaries, six foreign films, and a commemorative... Full story

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DU annual theatre fest begins

Theatre department students perform in Manush staged at the TSC auditorium of Dhaka University on Tuesday.
A four-day Dhaka University annual theatre festival began on Tuesday through staging of Munier Chowdhury’s play Manush at the TSC auditorium of the university. Vice-chancellor of Dhaka Univeristy professor AAMS Arefin Siddiqui as the chief guest... Full story

Khaled Khan remembered

ULAB students perform in Daakghar staged in a commemorative organised at the university on Sunday.
Recently demised actor-director Khaled Khan was remembered by his colleagues, friends and students at a commemorative programme organised by University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh on Sunday. Before death Khaled Khan worked as the treasurer... Full story

Shadhona to premiere Premamritam

Shadhona artistes perform in Premamritam, which will be premiered on Sunday at the Music and Dance Centre of Bangladesh Shilpakal Academy.
Shadhona will stage the premier show of its experimental production Premamritam on February 16 at the Music and Dance Centre of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Premamritam, signifying divine love, depicts Lord Krishna’s antics in each of the ‘awshto... Full story

Shirley Temple, iconic child star, dies at 85

Shirley Temple, the dimpled, curly-haired child star who sang, danced, sobbed and grinned her way into the hearts of Depression-era moviegoers, has died, according to publicist Cheryl Kagan. She was 85. Full story

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Exhibition Concepts of Space and Rabindranath Tagore By: Samit Das Time: 12pm to 8pm Date: February 06 to 12 Venue: Alliance Francaise de... Full story


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