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9 July, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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‘Brihannala’ in multi-dimensional missions

DL REPORTER
‘Brihannala’ in multi-dimensional missions

Even before and after releasing on September 9 last year, talented director Murad Parvez’s full-length Bangla feature film ‘Brihannala’ became the headline of the news on several occasions for different reasons. The film has already participated in a number of international film festivals and grabbed quite a few prestigious awards in various categories.
Now, it has again created buzz in the showbiz for different remarkable occasions. The film will be screened on Television for the first time during this Eid-ul-Fitr. ATN Bangla will telecast the film on the fourth day of the Eid.
On the other hand, the film will be available on DVD format on the occasion of Eid. Prominent music production company Laser Vision is bringing out the DVDs to the market.
DhakaLive has news that ‘Brihannala’ will be screened in Sylhet. As many as 16 screenings will be taking place from July 29 to 31 in the city’s Kazi Nazrul Islam Auditorium.
Moreover, the film has been invited to the 10th edition of the festival titled ‘A Film for Peace Festival 2015’ in Italy. Besides Bangladesh, a total number of 73 films from 25 countries including Iran, Canada, Denmark, France, China, Brazil, America, and Spain were submitted in the festival, in which 30 films have been nominated, and ‘Brihannala’ is one of those nominated films. The latest received news so far centring the festival is that ‘Brihannala’ is in the top two films and one can surely say that it will secure the first or second position in the festival. The award giving ceremony will be held on the concluding day of the festival on July 12.
‘Brihannala’ depicts the story of Hindu-Muslim conflicts set in a small village called Mohanpur. The partially government-funded film stars Sohana Saba, Ferdous Ahmed, Azad Abul Kalam, Jhuna Choudhury and Intekhab Dinar, among others.

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