‘Boishommo’, film about social attitudes, back at Star Cineplex on Friday
News Desk, bdnews24.com
Published: 2016-06-16 20:55:23.0 BdST Updated: 2016-06-16 20:55:23.0 BdST
Star Cineplex starts exhibiting ‘Boishommo’ for the second time as of Friday, June 17.
This was confirmed by the management of Show Motion Ltd, which runs the cinema complex at Bashundhara City in the capital.
The film was first released in March 2014.
A second release is quite uncommon in Bangladesh, but ‘Boishommo’, a film that deals with the social attitudes of people in Bangladesh, has been privileged with one, says the director of the film, Adam Dawla, who is also the Head of English Service and Broadcast Training at bdnews24.com.
“When it was first released in 2014, mothers came to watch it up to four times, bringing their children with them,” said Dawla to bdnews24.com, “They felt the film contained valuable educational messages.”
Dawla added that ‘Boishommo’ is a decent family film which can also be seen during Ramadan.
The film won two National Awards which were handed out in May 2016 by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
For his performance in the lead role, teenage actor Abir Hossain Ankon received the award for best child actor of 2014.
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