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  • “My father inspires me the most”

    Bipasha Hayat has won the hearts of the masses with her multitude of talents over the years. She has garnered an extensive fan base with her work in tele-fictions as well as films. Besides acting, she is also known for her skills as a script writer and artist. On the

  • Popular Actor Ferdous Ahmed

    Ferdous talks upcoming ventures

    Noted artiste Ferdous has won the hearts of the masses with his charm over the years. The celebrated actor has garnered an extensive fan base through his prominence in films in Bangladesh and beyond. Besides preparing for a trip to London to shoot a feature film, he recently celebrated his birthday. We caught up with the actor to talk about his future endeavours and more.

  • A breezy Eid for Aparna Ghose

    Aparna Ghose is one of the most sought-after actors in television today. The National Award winner is now a household name, and has appeared in a lot of Eid projects this year. The charming diva talks to The Daily Star about her current work, future plans, and more.

  • “I am an avid Bangladeshi at heart” – Enamul Haque

    Enamul Haque has been a part of the entertainment industry for over five decades, working in television, films, theatre, script writing as well as radio.

  • “I want to be remembered for good work” – Kalyan Corraya

    Actor and model Kalyan Corraya is set to star in a new film titled, Maa, directed by Shariar Nazim Joy. He will play the role of the son. The cast has completed shooting for the first schedule of the film.

  • Sadia Islam Mou

    “Dance is my first love” – Sadia Islam Mou

    Sadia Islam Mou is not only one of Bangladesh’s most sought-after models, but a renowned dancer as well. Even though she is arguably better known for her endeavours on television, she keeps up her practice in dance. The multitalented artiste shares her recent achievements, projects

  • Zahid Hasan’s upcoming Eid ventures

    Zahid Hasan has been in the entertainment industry for twenty years, garnering acclaim for not just his remarkable acting on television and the silver screen, but as a director as well. In a recent chat with The Daily Star, the National Film Award winner discusses his upcoming Eid projects and more.

  • “I want to be truthful to what I do” Subrina Irine

    Subrina Irine, director at Runout Films LTD, a media production company, stepped into the world of media when she was just a high school student.

  • Nusraat Faria gets candid about her new films

    Popular actor, model and anchor Nusraat Faria has carved a space for herself in the film industry of not just Bangladesh, but also India.

  • Srabonno Tawhida in the limelight

    Srabonno Tawhida, a prominent presenter, gained popularity after hosting ‘Rongin Pata’ on NTV. She also happens to be a doctor. Recently, The Daily Star caught up with the artiste.

  • Erin Holland’s first time in Bangladesh

    I knew that cricket had a massive fanbase here. I did not realise what a huge football loving nation Bangladesh is. I saw it after coming here. Bangamata U-19 Women’s International Gold Cup

  • “Respect all dance forms equally”

    Celebrated dancer and choreographer, Tamanna Rahman has been making waves in the Bangladeshi dance industry for decades. Starting her Manipuri dance journey under the guidance of Shanti Bala Sinha in Dhaka,

  • WHAT’S IN A NAME?

    Ahammed Fazle Rabbi (Nisho), better known by his screen name, Afran Nisho, is one of the most sought after stars in the showbiz industry today. With countless hit television projects to his name, Nisho continues his successful career after being nominated in both the Popular Choice and Critics’ Choice awards in the Meril-Prothom Alo Awards. The Daily Star talks to the star about his upcoming work, plans and much more.

  • Ahmad Ashik

    Spontaneous, self-deprecating, erratic and politically incorrect comic, Ahmad Ashik is regarded as one of the finest stand up comedians in the scene right now. His journey began in 2010, while pursuing his higher studies in the UK. Let's see if the

  • Ahmad Ashik

    Spontaneous, self-deprecating, erratic and politically incorrect comic, Ahmad Ashik is regarded as one of the finest stand up comedians in the scene right now. His journey began in 2010, while pursuing his higher studies in the UK. Let's see if the

  • Fahim Anzoom Rumman

    Fahim Anzoom Rumman

    An avid fan of cartoons and comic books, Fahim Anzoom Rumman developed an interest in art from a young age. He is the

  • "bfilms is a lifestyle, not just a production house" - Ashfaq Uzzaman Bipul

    The mastermind behind the recent music video, Bijoy Moshal, the theme song of Bangamata U–19 Women's International Gold Cup, is the media production company called bfilms.

  • mostofa

    “More people should have the opportunity to watch Live from Dhaka”

    Live from Dhaka took Bangladesh's film fraternity by surprise

  • Syed Hasan Imam

    Syed Hasan Imam talks about National Film Day

    Today marks the 7th National Film Day. On this occasion, the A&E team caught up with the legendary actor, director and cultural figure, Syed Hasan Imam, who began his film career in 1961. Ever since, he has contributed immensely to the cultural and entertainment arena.

  • A vision for the nation

    With the slogan 'Drishti Jurey Desh', popular television channel BanglaVision started its journey on March 31, 2006.

  • Rafsan Sabab

    Up and coming professional anchor, Rafsan Sabab, is making waves with his charm and confidence as the host of the new YouTube show titled 'What A Show!'. The tables were turned to put the interviewer on the interviewee seat for a quick round of our weekly special, One Minute Please!

  • Raisul Islam Asad looks back on 1971

    Raisul Islam Asad looks back on 1971

    “I grew up in Dhaka at the age of seventeen and lived in Paltan during the time of the Liberation War,” he says. “Film director Nasiruddin

  • “We are born anew every day” – Bipasha Hayat

    One of the most respected faces in the showbiz industry today, Bipasha Hayat is synonymous to excellence, perfection and diligence in her craft.

  • Conversations over tea with Apurba Jahangir

    University of Liberal Arts (ULAB) graduate Apurba Jahangir's short documentary film, Dhaka An Opera has been under the limelight as a promising film.

  • Fuad

    Catching up with Fuad

    In the mid-2000s, the music industry in Bangladesh went through a massive change in sound, when Fuad Almuqtadir introduced a unique style of blending genres of folk, rock, pop and electronica, thereby creating a distinctive variety of fusion of Bangla words and music.

  • Fuad

    Catching up with Fuad

    In the mid-2000s, the music industry in Bangladesh went through a massive change in sound, when Fuad Almuqtadir introduced a unique style of blending genres of folk, rock, pop and electronica, thereby creating a distinctive variety of fusion of Bangla words and music.

  • Pragata Naoha

    Pragata Naoha has been steadily rising as one of the most promising new faces in the indie music scene in Bangladesh.

  • I love experiencing new things every day – Aparna Ghose

    I shot for four projects in Nepal, directed by Anjan Aich and Dipu Hazra. The scripts of these telefilms are as beautiful as the location that we filmed in. I am going to Pubail today to film another Eid special telefilm titled Lilit, directed by Mohera Piash.

  • Keeping up with NOBLE

    For many years, Adil Hossain Noble has ruled the world of modelling. He has appeared on numerous television commercials and he occasionally acts in television projects as well. He opens up about his recent projects in a candid conversation with The Daily Star.

  • Keeping up with NOBLE

    For many years, Adil Hossain Noble has ruled the world of modelling. He has appeared on numerous television commercials and he occasionally acts in television projects as well. He opens up about his recent projects in a candid conversation with The Daily Star.

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