Bangladeshi film Actress Shabana

Ever green Bangladeshi actress Shabana . She was the icon of the all female artest of bangle cinema. She now not involve in acting. USA in 1996. Sometimes she come Bangladesh. Now she is busy with her family.  Shabana come Bangladeshi cinema in 1962 at the age of 9. Her first movie was Nutun sur. Her acting last movies gore gore judo.  Shabana acting life she get eleventh time national award. She also got other award enormous  times. Shabana was acting 35 years.

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dhaliwood celebrity bobita

Bobita (also written as Babita) (Bangla: ববিতা) is a renowned Bollywood Bangladeshi film actress. During the 1970s and 1980s, she was arguably the most popular actress in the country, and to this day, she enjoys a large popular following She was born Farida Akhtar, to an educated family that had its origins in the west-Bangladeshi district of Jessore. Her family nickname was Poppy, and like her mother, she had early ambitions of becoming a doctor. Instead, she was to become the most accomplished actress among three sisters, all of whom became movie stars.

In the mid-1960s, her elder sister Kohinoor entered the movie industry in the capital Dhaka, and adopted the screen name Shuchonda. In 1968, Shuchonda married Zahir Raihan, a talented film director who was later to lose his life in an ambush by West Pakistan forces[1] during the Bangladeshi war of independence. Raihan was casting around for a heroine for his movie Jaltey Suraj Ka Nichey, when his producer Afzal Chowdhury mentioned that his sister-in-law might fit the bill [1]. Poppy was photogenic and had already acted on television. Raihan agreed to cast her, and although the film was not completed in the end, she had found an entry into the industry. Her first released feature was Shesh Porjonto

History of Bangladeshi Cinema

The Bangladeshi film industry, popularly known as Dallywood (a portmanteau of the words Dhaka and Hollywood), has been based in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, since 1956. As of 2004, it produced approximately 100 movies a year, with an average movie budget of about 6,500,000 Bangladeshi taka.[1]

On April 24, 1898, the Bengali weekly Dhaka Prakash reported that films were shown in Dhaka by the Bradford Bioscope Company, at the Crown Theatre, in Patuatuli, near Sadarghat. The show included news items and other short features. The first permanent cinema in Dhaka, named Picture House, began operation during 1913–1914. This cinema was renamed to New Picture House and then again to Shabistan. By 1947 there were around 80 cinemas in what is now Bangladesh.[2][3]

The first Bengali organization for producing and exhibiting films was the Royal Bioscope Company, established in 1898 in Calcutta by Hiralal Sen. Although feature films were made in Bengali as early as 1919 (Bilwa Mangal), most production was done in Calcutta. The Nawab family of Dhaka produced Sukumari (1928–1929) and The Last Kiss (1931

Songs of Bangladeshi Girl on Close up1

Patriotic and inspirational songs played on Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra during the Liberation War boosted the morale of the Freedom Fighters and a nation awaiting independence.The top 12 contestants of close up 1 inclouding 4 girls are vying for the audiences attention and their votes with singing the timeless Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra classics