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12 February, 2018 10:08:45 AM
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Lazuk brings Avril, Tanvir in same frame

DL Reporter
Lazuk brings Avril, Tanvir in same frame

After a hiatus of two years, actress-director Rasheda Aktar Lazuk has returned to direction with a Valentine’s Day special tele-drama titled ‘Tumi Chara Impossible’. Young promising actor Abu Hurayra Tanvir, who made his big screen debut with ‘Gohin Baluchor’ recently, and model-actress Jannatul Nayeem Avril, who caught the attention of the audience with her participation in the Miss Bangladesh beauty pageant last year, have come together in the same frame for the first time.


Director Rasheda Aktar Lazuk said about the tele-drama, “Mainly, the story revolves around two university students. It can be said the tele-drama is based on a romantic story. Nearly after two years, I have directed a tele-drama and I have made it with utmost care. Tanvir and Avril both have done a great job in the portrayal of their respective characters. On the whole, I’m really hopeful about the tele-drama.”

Abu Hurayra Tanvir, who has played as Arash in the tele-drama, said, “This is my first tele-drama and I have worked with Avril for the first time as well. We have enjoyed acting opposite each other a lot. Rasheda Aktar Lazuk has made the tele-drama with immense care in a homely atmosphere.”

Jannatul Nayeem Avril has acted in the role of Sarah in the tele-drama. The actress has shared her experience of acting in the tele-drama, “I have acted under the direction of Rasheda Aktar Lazuk for the first time and she has directed us with much care and love.”

‘Tumi Chara Impossible’ is scheduled to be aired on Banglavision at 11:25pm on the Valentine’s Day.

(From left) Avril, Lazuk and Tanvir.

Photo courtesy :

Mohsin Ahmed

SI

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