To celebrate the joyous occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, four movies have got released in theaters on the holy Eid day.
The four movies are ‘Aashiqui’ produced by Jazz Multimedia, ‘Rajababu’ produced by Bhawal Pictures, ‘Prarthona’ and ‘Gariwala’, both produced by Impress Telefilms Limited.
Among the movies released this Eid, ‘Rajababu’ was released in the most halls. ‘Rajababu – The Power’ is a romantic flick directed by Badiul Alam Khokon. The film stars Shakib Khan as the protagonist and actress Eamin Haque Bobby and Apu Biswas opposite him along with Misha Sawdagor, Diti, Ujjal, Probir Mitro in supporting roles. The first trailer of this film trailer was released on September 21 . The director of this film has confirmed that it has widely opened in 160 theaters.
Meanwhile, film ‘Aashiqui’ has already created a lot of buzz with its songs. The movie, produced by Jaaz Multimedia (Dhaka) and Eskay Movies (Kolkata), has released in more than 100 halls in the country. The film has also seen a simultaneous release in West Bengal. Directed by Abdul Aziz and Ashok Pati, it marks the big screen debut of Rj-model-anchor Nusraat Faria, who will be seen alongside Tollywood hero Ankush. Other cast members include Rajatav Datta, Sourav Das and Rebecca, and a cameo by Dhallywood heartthrob Moushumi.
On the other hand, directed by Shahriar Najim Joy, ‘Prarthona’ features a star cast of Moushumi Nag, Kallyan Correira, Joy, Toukir among others . It has released in a number of halls besides airing on Channel i on Eid day.
Movie ‘Gariwala’, directed by Ashraf Shishir stars Rokeya Prachi, Raisul Islam Ajad, Masum Ajij, Imran etc. It will be aired on Channel I on the fifth day of Eid-ul-Azha at 10am.
Gariwala and Prarthona, two new films of Impress Telefilms Ltd, have seen their premiere shows at the Star Cineplex at Bashundhara city on Eid day.
Watching Bengali film is the leading source of entertainment in our country around any festivals. The movies released this Eid are a testament to the fact that if movies are good, people will go to the theaters no matter what.