After a Facebook post by Dhallywood star Pori Moni – tagging her husband Sariful Razz, popular actress Bidya Sinha Mim and film director Raihan Rafi – went viral and created uproar in Bangladeshi media, Mim has provided a statement. In a Facebook post from her verified profile, Mim asked all “not to be misled by baseless rumours”. In her post made earlier, Pori Moni asked Mim to be “satisfied with her own husband.” Read more: After string of blockbusters, Mim envisions another ‘sold out’ experience with ‘Damal’ Mim, in her post, asked fans and journalists not to be misguided by “false accusations”. “I am constantly trying to win the hearts of all, including fans and well-wishers, through my accomplishments and values instilled in me by my father and honesty taught by my mother. I have never been associated with anything in my professional life that may make my path questionable,” she wrote. Mim also wrote she is having the best time of her life after two of her films “Poran” and “Damal” have been hugely successful. Read more: Mim, Razz want to watch ‘Poran’ with elderly person denied entry to Cineplex for ‘lungi’ “At this particular time, a party – jealous of my success – is trying to hinder my journey by spreading rumours about me,” the actress wrote. “I have no words to criticise those who are spreading these baseless accusations against me without any evidence.” She also warned of legal action against those who are circulating these rumours against her. Read More: Pori to Mim: 'Your intimacy with Razz troubles me' Mim and Razz have earned nationwide accolades from movie fans for their performances in the films “Poran” and “Damal”.
Dhallywood superstar Shakib Khan and actress Bubly have finally made public announcement about their two-year-old son ending speculations. Shakib and Bubli revealed this in separate posts on their respective verified Facebook page on Friday. Read: Shakib Khan back home after nine months Although planned to announce the news at an auspicious date, they have shared this news with their fans earlier considering it a 'blessing from the Almighty', Shakib wrote on his post. "Shehzad Khan Bir, Bubly and my son, our little prince. My child is my pride, my strength,” he wrote. "I am seeking prayers from everyone, for our child." Bubly also announced the same in her post. Read: Film Rajkumar: Everything about Shakib Khan’s Upcoming Movie with US Actress There had been a lot of talk about them ever since Bubly uploaded a photo of her with a baby bump on Facebook recently. Later, Shakib admitted it indirectly to the media and informed that he would announce the details soon.
Popular Dhallywood actress Mahiya Mahi announced her pregnancy on Monday night through her social media handle.“I have never been as happy as I am right now. Soon I am going to be a mom,” she announced via a Facebook post on her profile.The actress also revealed and confirmed to the media that she is going to become a mother, saying that she had discovered this wonderful news for two months now.Mahia Mahi stated, "I cannot express my happiness in words. Having the best time of my life. Keep praying for us, perhaps after 6-7 months I will be able to announce the arrival of our new guest.”Last year on September 13, Mahi tied the knot to businessman Rakib Sarker. Tuesday marks the first anniversary of their marriage.Mahi’s latest movie ‘Live’ starring Symon Sadik is currently running across theatres, receiving rave reviews. Also read: Pori Moni, Razz have baby boy
Dhallywood stars Pori Moni and Shariful Razz were blessed with a baby boy Wednesday. Their son, Rajya, was born at a city hospital in the evening. Both the mother and the newborn are healthy now, Razz told the media. Read: CID to probe Boat Club businessman Nasir’s case against Pori Moni Pori and Razz were showered with love by their colleagues, fans and followers on social media after the news came out. The actors first met while working in the movie "Gunin." Seven days after that, they tied the knot on October 17 last year. Read Drug case against Pori Moni: HC stays trial proceedings for 3 months
With the release of three much-anticipated films (Poran, Din - The Day and Psycho) on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha this year, multiplex and single screen owners are enthralled to observe the audience response of the moviegoers after two devastating business years. Although several hall owners are not satisfied with the absence of Dhallywood megastar Shakib Khan’s new films which always brought profit in the previous years, many are surprised to see the line of the audience for the tickets of the three mentioned films. Among the releases, Raihan Rafi-directed film ‘Poran’ which is based on the infamous Rifat murder case from Barguna in 2019, has been leading the race in terms of audience response and ticket sales. On Friday, this correspondent visited several branches of Star Cineplex in the city and observed the crisis of tickets for the Eid films. Interested moviegoers pilled up in front of the ticket counters to grab the tickets for the same-day shows, however, failed to manage due to the crisis. Even the cast and crews of these films are not getting the tickets, which is a rare scenario in the industry. Many audiences have been looking for the next-day schedules, to be entertained with these Eid releases. Read:Three films to enthral moviegoers on Eid-ul-Adha “This is utterly surprising and at the same time a very much satisfactory scenario that our audiences are showing this much interest to watch our Bangladeshi films,” Star Cineplex Media and Marketing Department's Senior Manager Mesbah Uddin Ahmed told UNB. He informed UNB that due to audience demand, Star Cineplex had to increase the shows of ‘Poran’ which previously had less number of screens. Ananta Jalil’s ‘Din - The Day’ is also getting good responses, he said. The cast and crew members of these three films are also moving from one district to another in order to promote their films, namely ‘Poran’ and ‘Psycho’. These two films are getting very good responses in the first week, while ‘Din - The Day’ also is getting a dominant response across 115 screens all over Bangladesh, which secured the highest screens amongst these three films. “After the massive loss we suffered due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, these incredible crowd responses are again making us hopeful. These films are boosting the industry and we hope that the filmmakers will continue the practice of better filmmaking so that the audience response remains positive, not only for the festive occasions but throughout the years,” Mesbah told UNB.
Film actor Omar Sani is going to lodge a general diary against actor Zayed Khan for taking out a pistol and threatening to shoot him at the wedding event of Dhallywood actor Dipjol's son on Friday night. Omar Sani said this to journalists at the Film Artistes Association on Sunday after he submitted a written complaint against his fellow actor Zayed. According to Omar Sani, he slapped Zayed Khan on that night over misbehaving with his wife popular actress Moushumi and after that Zayed threatened to kill him. Also read:Zayed Khan denies allegation of wielding pistol and threatening to shoot Omar Sani However, actors Dipjol and Zayed denied the incident to UNB when contacted. But Omar Sani said in a Facebook post that he is not going to leave the matter here saying, ”I will keep silent until my self-respect gets hurt.” Sani told the media, “This industry is my longtime family and my seniors were always by my side in any crisis. Even today, I have approached the artists association keeping confidence in them.” He further said that he would file a GD with the police following the advice of industry seniors.
Film actor Zayed Khan allegedly took out a pistol and threatened to shoot fellow actor Omar Sani at the wedding event of Dhallywood actor Dipjol's son.However, denying the allegation and echoing the statement of Dipjol, Zayed Khan told UNB: "This is a piece of completely baseless news. We had normal conversations. Nothing has happened between us that could lead to such false news.”According to sources, the event occurred on Friday night at a wedding ceremony at a convention centre in the capital.Dipjol, however, denied the incident to UNB when contacted, saying, "This is completely false, baseless news. It is very unfortunate that the reports came out without verifying the truth. The reported incident did not take place at all.”Dipjol added, "Is it that easy that anyone will show up at a wedding with a pistol! Everyone was checked before entering the ceremony. I was present there the whole time and whatever has been revealed or reported about this, is totally baseless.”Earlier, it was reported that Zayed Khan misbehaved with Sani’s wife, popular actress Arifa Pervin Zaman Moushumi, and Omar Sani got furious over the issue. This incident later went out of order.Omar Sani could not be reached for any comment on the incident. Also read: Appellate Division asks Zayed, Nipun to follow Chamber Judge order
A Dhaka court on Sunday granted bail to film actress Pori Moni and Ashraful Islam Dip in a case filed under the Narcotics Control Act. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Sattabrata Shikder passed the order when Pori Moni’s counsel submitted a petition seeking bail for his clients. The court also accepted the chargesheet and sent it to Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge for trial. Also read: CID submits charge sheet against film actress Pori Moni Dip was an associate of Raj Multimedia owner Nazrul Islam Raj. Earlier on October 4, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) submitted a charge sheet against film actress Pori Moni and two others in the case. CID inspector and also the investigating officer of the case Kazi Mostafa Kamal submitted the charge sheet to Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court. Pori was arrested on August 4, following a raid by RAB on her Banani residence. A case was filed against her under the Narcotics Control Act the following day. Also read: HC asks 2 lower court judges to explain further on Pori Moni’s multiple remands On August 22, she was sent to jail after inspector of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Kazi Golam Mostafa produced her in a court on the completion of a one-day remand, her third. On August 31, a Dhaka court granted bail to Pori Moni in the drugs case until submission of chargesheet. She walked out of jail the following day.
After being delayed by two years due to the deadly Covid-19 pandemic, the first episode of the much-anticipated police action thriller movie 'Mission Extreme' is set to have its worldwide release on December 3. This was confirmed by Sunny Sanwar, writer-producer and one-half of the directors of the film, also a superintendent at Anti Terrorism Unit of Bangladesh Police. Joyed over the upcoming release of the big-budget cop-thriller, starring Dhallywood superstar Arifin Shuvoo and inspired by some of the breathtaking operations of the Counter-Terrorism Unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Sanwar said that the decision has been made considering the improving situation of Covid-19 in the country. Read Three Bangladeshi films selected for Busan International Film Festival “The initial victory against the pandemic has been achieved in the country by opening educational institutions, and we are getting back to our normalcies with the rapid vaccination. Altogether, we felt that this is the time to welcome our movie-loving audiences to the theatres with new big-budget movies. Thus, we are releasing our film on December 3rd and we hope everyone will be by our side,” Sanwar told media on Thursday. He also informed that the trailer will be releasing soon, as well as a massive publicity campaign to promote the film ahead of its big release. The story and screenplay were written by Sunny Sanwar himself. The film is produced by Cop Creation, in association with Mime Multimedia and Dhaka Detective Club. Read Networker Baire Review: Story of joy, tragedy, travel, and unexpected event The film initially was scheduled to release in 2020 on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr but was postponed due to the Covid-19 situation in the country. It was rescheduled for a 2021 Eid release, but again pandemic prevented it. Co-directed by Faisal Ahmed, the movie features an ensemble cast of Arifin Shuvoo, the debutant ‘Miss World Bangladesh 2018’ Jannatul Ferdous Oishee, Taskeen Rahman, Sadia Nabila, Sumit Sengupta, Raisul Islam Asad, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Shatabdi Wadud, Majnun Mizan, Iresh Jaker, Manoj Pramanik, Aref Syed, Sudip Biswas Deep, Rashed Mamun Apu, Ehsanul Rahman, Dipu, Syed Nazmus Sakib and others. For this particular project, actor Arifin Shuvoo has done rigorous body transformation after nine months of hard work. Sharing his excitement, the National Award-winning superstar said, "The hard work I've put in to get myself fit for ‘Mission Extreme’ is never to be forgotten. I have had to suffer major injuries while training for the body transformation, which includes painful leg injuries from which I am still suffering. The movie is finally going to be released and I will forget all of my pain if we can satisfy our audiences who have been waiting for the film for such a long time." Read Web Series "Boli": Chanchal Chowdhury Again in an Unprecedented Character Shuvoo earned his National Award in 2018 for his character in the superhit film ‘Dhaka Attack’, written by Sunny Sanwar. The film also won the "Best Film" award in the 42nd Bangladesh National Film Awards. ‘Mission Extreme’ is a two-part film, and the second part will be released after a couple of months of the first part, according to the makers.
Following an eventful one-month, Dhallywood’s much-talked-about actress Pori Moni has recently returned to work, to complete her remaining film projects and start shooting for her newly-signed films. Last Tuesday and Wednesday, Pori Moni - real name Shamsunnahar Smrity - attended a dubbing session in Dhaka for director Iftekhar Shuvo's forthcoming film “Mukhosh”, which received government funding. Starring as Sohana Sabrin, a crime reporter in her role opposite Ziaul Roshan, the actress has also confirmed the matter on her social media. Read: A day after bail, Pori Moni walks out of jail She is also scheduled to start shooting for the highly anticipated film “Pritilata”, based on the life of Pritilata Waddedar, who was a Bengali revolutionary nationalist from the Indian subcontinent who was influential in the Indian independence movement. Rashid Palash, director of the film has informed the media that the shooting will begin after October 24th, the birthday of Pori Moni. On August 31, Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge Court judge KM Imrul Kayes granted Pori Moni’s release on a Tk 20,000 bail bond in the drugs case, filed under the Narcotics Control Act. Read: Pori Moni gets bail after 26 days; No bar to walk out of jail Earlier, the 29-year-old actress was arrested by the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) from her Banani residence on August 4, 2021. A case was filed against the actress for illegal possession of foreign liquor. She was then sent to the Kashimpur jail and had been remanded thrice for interrogation by the police.