After many dramatic ups and downs, popular film actor couple Pori Moni and Shariful Razz are apparently divorced, according to their family sources. Pori Moni posted a status on her verified Facebook page that raised rumours of divorce on social media. Salahuddin Zaki, director of ‘Ghuddi’, passes away “Tomorrow (September 17) is a very important day in my life! A... (signature emoji)... Trust in Allah,” the actress wrote. However, there have been no direct comment from either Pori Moni or Razz on the subject so far. 'Nun 2' narrowly edges 'A Haunting in Venice' over quiet weekend in movie theaters Razz and Pori got married on October 17, 2021. The star couple then completed the formalities in January 2022. ‘We’re not just co-stars’: Deepika on working with Shah Rukh
After a great deal of drama that began many weeks ago when Porimoni barged into the Boat Club at late hours and got involved in a famous escapade down to yesterday’s Live FB broadcast as RAB was at her door, she is full of drama and theatre. It’s all very exciting and interesting but at the end of the day she is in jail, accused of having liquor bottles, drugs consuming apparatus etc . She was the latest in the line of ladies and gents being reined in who were broadly speaking, part of Dhaka’s sleaze society on such charges. These people live off the excesses of the upper class but wanted to take more advantage and got whacked. Fine, it’s an Inner Party Conflict even if this is not a political party but a socio-cultural one. Read:Dhallywood actress Pori Moni detained from Banani residence But it has nothing to do with us. By making it a national emergency when we are being ravaged by Covid and its variants and joined by dengue, we do mind the priority list. It’s our life and death. We don’t mix with them, don’t drink, dance, do drugs etc. We have no embarrassing footage to be blackmailed by so please try to stop convincing us that managing Porimonis matters more than managing the virus. Dengue is hitting badly Dengue has silently crept in and has started to take a huge toll. Every day, the death rates are climbing and there is little chance that it is going to go down. The health sector’s performance is dismal as far as corona goes and public confidence is low. The much ballyhooed public immunization week was reduced to a day showing that poor planning and performance is endemic and needs immediate fixing. This should be the priority and not arresting a few people linked with DJ parties thrown by the rich or attended by them. I think the month of August is a month of great pain and suffering for all and shows how fragile life can be. It’s also a time to reflect on the way people's lives can be better. It’s not going to be done by arresting Porimoni or her crowd. It can only happen when we can get our priorities right. Read:Dengue alert: CU survey team finds Aedes larvae at 15 spots in Chattogram Today’s biggest crisis is the health one followed by the economic one and that needs attention. At this point nobody cares who is drinking or smoking what. They can all go to hell. What we all are looking for is safety and the GOB can give us that by paying attention to some flying insects and the all-pervasive virus. Please get your priorities in line with the people.