Ananta Jalil told The Daily Star, "Discussions have been ongoing for quite some time regarding the movie, “Operation Jackpot”. Today, I have signed the agreement for this film. I hope it will turn out well. I look forward to seeing myself in a different light in this movie."
Indian filmmaker Rajib Kumar Biswas said, “We have also approached other Bangladeshi actors like Riaz Ahmed, Bappy Chowdhury, Symon Sadik, Nirab Hossain, Mamnun Hasan Emon, Abdun Noor Shajal, Siam Ahmed, Ziaul Roshan and Joy Chowdhury. They all agreed to work on this film; however, we have yet to officially sign agreements with Riaz, Roshan, and Nirab,”
After "Kill Him", actor Ananta Jalil is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming film "Netri The Leader". The movie, co-produced with Turkey and directed by South Indian filmmaker Upendra Madhav and Ananta Jalil himself, is eagerly being anticipated by fans, with just a few days of shooting left.
Dewan Nazrul's classic film, "Dost Dushmon", made waves in 1977 as a Bengali remake of the iconic Bollywood hit "Sholay". Starring Wasim and Sohel Rana, the film depicted how two friends turn into enemies. Now, after 46 years, Dhallywood is set to revive the essence of "Dost Dushmon" with a fresh twist.
Like their previous films, Ananta Jalil will be starring opposite the actress. The film is also a joint production between Bangladesh and Turkey.
Ananta Jalil has been consistently working with Barsha in all of his movies. Their strong love for each other can be witnessed by the fact that Ananta doesn't work with any other actresses.
Films like “Leader Amie Bangladesh'', "Jinn","Local",”Kill Him” have kept the stream of audiences flowing to the theatres even now. A similar outcome is hoped to be seen for the upcoming films during the next Eid as well.
Recently, during an interview, Ananta Jalil revealed that his children don't want him to work in films, as both of them are very religious.
Recently Ananta Jalil had participated in an Eid special talk show on RTV, where the host had the question, what is the reason behind the criticism of your English-speaking skills?