Barsha has had enough of online trolling. Now, the actress is determined to take legal action against pages that share her videos with clickbait headlines and make fun of her accent.
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.
"Kill Him" star Barsha's previously commented about not repeating the same dress created quite a wave amongst fans. Now, the actor has come forward to clarify her words.
On Sunday, during the inauguration of a beauty parlour, Barsha revealed that she has been highly impressed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and that her strong leadership makes Barsha want to follow in her footsteps.
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.
Ananta Jalil and Barsha starrer “Kill Him” was released across 11 theatres on the occasion of Eid. This is the first time Barsha donned the role of a villain and the film is doing fairly well at multiplexes.
While Barsha was missing from Ananta's birthday programme yesterday,the actress made sure to surprise her husband late at night with a huge birthday cake.
Ananta Jalil and Barsha arranged a special press meet at BFDC, where they talked with the media about their movie "Kill Him." Barsha, who plays a villain in the movie, claimed that fans compared Ananta with Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan.
This Eid will mark the first time that Ananta Jalil and Barsha will star in a film, that is not produced by Ananta. "Kill Him", which stars Ananta Jalil as a cop/killer, has raised more intrigue since the poster was unveiled last night.