Movie of Bangladesh

Movie of Bangladesh Bangladesh’s film refers to the undivided Bengali film industry (since 1947) and from East Pakistan and after 1971, the independent Bangladesh film industry.

Like many countries of the world, the film exhibition started in Bangladesh (then East Bengal) in the 1890s. Through this formula, the region was silent in the 1900s and in the 1950s, all the films were created and produced. Though the origin of the film was in the 1910s, it was here that interest in fertile films was created in the 1950s. It took about 50 years of film to adapt to the cultural environment here. [1] In the 1990s, an average of 80 such films were released annually in Bangladesh [2]. According to the 2004 accounts, about 100 films were released annually in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka. [3] As a result, the Bangladeshi film industry is considered to be great, though it is largely neglected in the Asian film industry of Asia.

The first locally produced feature film Saakak, which was directed by Abdul Jabbar Khan, released in 1956, is the face and mask of Bangladesh (or East Pakistan).
The first film was made in Dhaka in 1927-28. Some young cultists of the Nawab family made the film Sukumari. The director of Jagannath College, the then sports teacher Ambujprasanna Gupta The film’s hero and hero was Khwaja Nasrallah and Syed Abdus Sobhan. It is noteworthy that the act of women was not introduced. The men used to act in the drama of women.

The East Bengal Cinematography Company was formed in Dhaka by the initiative of the nawab family. Its productions made the Ambbuprasanna Gupta a silent feature film The Last Kiss. Actor of this movie was Khwaja Ajmal, Khwaja Adil, Khwaja Akmal, Khwaja Shahed, Khwaja Nasrullah, Shailen Roy or Tona Babu. However, women participate in women’s charity. In the role of heroine, a bali named Lolita or Buri was in the role. Charubala, Devbala or Devi named two more Byzie acted in it. An actress named Harimati also acted in it. In 1931, the film was released in Mukder Hall (today’s Azad Hall). The premier show was inaugurated by Professor and noted historian of Dhaka University. Ramesh Chandra Majumder (1888-1980). Later, he was appointed Vice Chancellor of Dhaka University (1936-1942).

Famous journalist Obaid-ul-Haq, who produced and operated his life in pain (1946), paused by the name of Himadri Chowdhury. Although the film is made in Kolkata, it is an important event for Bangladesh. This is the first complete film produced by a Bangladeshi director. Udayan Chowdhury created the name of Ismail Mohammad in the name of god (1947) of the man of the movie. After partition, they returned to Dhaka and encouraged the filmmaking. Initiatives for the production and production of studio and film production companies started in Dhaka. In 1948, Nazir Ahmad (1925-1990) created a documentary called In Our Midst, which was recognized as the first documentary of the Bangladesh-territories.

The film unit (1953) was formed under the Public Relations Department for the creation of public transcripts in the year following the language movement of 1952. In 1954, it was created under the guidance of Nazir Ahmad.

Nazir Ahmad was one of the actors, movie makers, radio activists and writers. The architect of Hamidur Rahman, the architect of the Central Shaheed Minar in Dhaka, was his brother. In 1955, Nazir Ahmad started the first film laboratory and studio in Dhaka. He became the first executive director of the East Pakistan Film Development Organization. Fateh Lohani produced the famous film Asiya (1960) from his story. A documentary film named Nabarun (1960). Najir Ahmad was the director of a full-length movie called New Diganta. [4]

Iqbal Films and Co-Operative Film Makers Limited was formed in 1954. Iqbal Films was associated with Mohammed Modab, Mohiuddin, Shahidul Alam, Abdul Jabbar Khan, Kazi Nuruzzaman and others. Dr. Abdus Sadek, Daudil Ahmad, Azizul Haque, Dudu Mia, poet Jasimuddin, Kazi Khalek, Sarwar Hossain were among co-operative film makers Limited. Dulal Ahmed’s son Bulbul Ahmed and Dudu Mia’s son Alamgir got popularity as a popular hero in Bangladesh’s film.

Abdul Jabbar Khan started the work of the face and mask of the first movie of this land in the banner of Iqbal Films in 1954. Sarwar Hossain started the work of short-film entertainment in the banner of co-operative film makers. The government film studio was started in Tejgaon in June 1955.

On August 3, 1956, Bangladesh’s first full-length Sabak Bangla full-length film Mukha Mukha was released by Abdul Jabbar Khan. The director himself plays the role of hero. Pureima Sen of Chittagong was the heroine character. Other characters were Inam Ahmed, Najma (Peary), Jharrat Ara, Ali Mansur, Rafiq, Nurul Anam Khan, Saifuddin, Bilkis Bari and others. Cinematographer QM Zaman, composer Samar Das, vocalist Abdul Alim and Mahbuba Hassanat were associated with the film.

On April 3, 1957, when the East Pakistan Film Development Organization (EPFDC) was established by the then Industries Minister Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Bangabandhu, then the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and the President of independent Bangladesh) with the help of the bill, the film was released every year since 1959.

In 1957 and 1958, no film was released in this country. In addition to FDC, Popular Studios, Bari Studios and Bengal Studios have played a great role in the field of Bangladeshi film production.

After the establishment of the FDC, many qualified persons came forward due to the opportunity to make films. In addition to my own three Bengali films of this country, in 1959, Fateh Lohani’s sky and soil, Mahiuddin’s clay mountains, Ehtesham’s country. Kadarar Jaago Hua Sawera is produced in Urdu. Filmmakers believe that in the early decades of the Bangladeshi film, each of the five films has passed in the industry despite the various limitations. That is, the journey of our film began with the promise of purity. Notable films have been created from that start to the present. Baby Tanaha of Islam is made of Urdu language. It received a sensor certificate in 1960 but was released but was released in 1964.

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