Shah Rukh Khan's much-awaited “Pathaan” has been released in around 100 countries, including India, on January 25. .Even amid criticisms and controversies centring the film’s first released song – Besharam Rang – the SRK come-back film is already breaking international box office records.
To promote Bangla cinema to a larger audience, the largest film festival of Bangla language ‘Amar Bhashar Chalachchitra 1429’, organized by Dhaka University Film Society (DUFS), will take place at the TSC premises of Dhaka University from February 5 to 9.
Bryan Adams may have nabbed his first Grammy nomination in over two decades, but he won’t be at the ceremony. He’s got a gig that night.
The opening ceremony for Hasura Akther Rumky’s first solo exhibition, ‘Self and Others’, took place at Alliance Francaise de Dhaka (AFD) on Friday, January 27.
The female physique has always been an object of love, passion, desire, and lust regardless of race, caste, place, and time. Human world and its growth revolves around the womb. However, the body of a woman is also a reflection of male domination and violence. And the wounds it receives, visible or not, can tell horrifying stories. Dilara Begum Jolly’s solo exhibition ‘In/visible’ is a depiction of female bodies and the injuries inflicted upon them.