In this tragic-comic study of religious hypocrisy, a disreputable cleric convinces villagers that their community is home to a famous holyman's grave.
Based on the timeless literary work by Manik Bandyopadhyay, Padma Nadir Majhi was directed by Gautam Ghosh. The movie illustrates the tumultuous lives of the fishermen and their families, living by the river Padma. Beautiful shots of the river, Ghosh's flair for realism and brilliant display of acting skills by noted actors of Bangladesh and West Bengal, including Utpal Dutt, Robi Ghosh, Abul Khayer, Raisul Islam Asad, Champa, and Rupa Ganguli, fetched the movie local and international honours.
The film brings to light the lives of jatra artists and their struggles to make a living off the dying performing art.
Abar Tora Manush Ho is a 1973 Bangladeshi film starring Maruf Ahmed, Bobita, Farooque and Raisul Islam Asad. Khan Ataur Rahman earned both Best Film and Best Director Award at Bangladesh National Film Awards.
Politics and its influence brings struggle in the life of webers in a village.
Poor oil miller decides to use his daughter-in-law to spin the treadle due to lack of ox.
The story of the life of Lalon Fakir, a great mystical saint, poet and folk singer, who is legendary in his native Bangladesh.
The film is made about farmers life in Bangladesh. This has led to the struggle of the Farmers and the tortures and injustice of local high command and landlords on them. In 1946-1947, this movement was formed against the landlords and the British in protests against oppression and exploitation of long days.
A bright young student prepares herself for the medical admission test which seems to be so important to the whole family. Even though both she & her father is quite confident about her passing the exam, she fails to do so as the leakage of question paper helps the undeserving candidates to get all the seats available. Both the girl & her family's life takes a big turn after this unexpected event.
Khirmohon is an old man and a potter by profession. All his life, he has struggled to keep his head above water and now is the owner of his own pottery house and a banyan tree. His two sons Satten and Nikhil stay in the city and prefer urban life. They have no interest in their father's business and want to sell up his life's work for financial gain. The silver lining in Khirmohon's life is his granddaughter Poddo, who is an eye catching dusky beauty. They stay in their village house with another person named Boishakh, who was adopted by Khirmohon when he was just a mere child. Boishakh is a passionate character, who is loyal to Khirmohon and is more interested in keeping the pottery business afloat then Khirmohon's own sons. There is a spark between Poddo and Boishakh, but it is not expressed. The story moves forward with Boishakh trying to protect the business from going into ruins by unwanted invaders and village politics.
This is the story of the indomitable dream of two young brothers and their incredible journey in life and their car that has never been defeated. The story of human spirit, sufferings and simple joy.
During the 1971 liberation war of Bangladesh, in a remote village, a landlord collaborated with the Pakistani army. After the death of his brother, he married his sister-in-law who had a young son. A teacher in the village, with a widowed daughter, taught the young man had a daughter. When the war broke out, the young man joined the Bengali guerrillas, shattering his innocence. In the village, the landlord's action get worse and worse, until he kills the teacher and compels the daughter to marry him. Now the young man must return to his village with new determination.
Sujan Sakhi is a 1994 Bangladeshi film starring Salman Shah and Shabnur. It became one of the top grossers of Dhallywood in 1994. It was a box-office hit
Natural disasters are a regular feature of life for people living on the coastal area of Bangladesh. This is a saga about the vicissitudes of these people and their eternal struggle for life.
Masum Choudhury, son of Raihan Choudhury, rebels against his ruthless and inhumane father, abandons his title, and disguises himself as a homeless man to pursue a girl he falls in love with--who passionately hates the Choudhury bloodline because his father killed her parents.
Adom is a Bangladeshi full-length film about a difficult reality and life in the rural areas of the eighties in the south.
Biopic on the father of the nation of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The film will showcase his growing up as a child to his standing up against all injustice in his youth to fighting for the independence of his country. How he led a country to it's independence with his inspirational presence and fight for the justice.
A lonely 11-year-old befriends two street children after running away from his neglectful parents.
The romance between two young people is threatened when an island begins to appear in a river that separates two communities.
A story of love, dreams, politics, revolution, and the aftermath of a civil war in Bangladesh.
Maya is a singer in the biggest brothel of South Asian. She was trained and brought up by her Ostaad Karim Box. This movie focuses on the concept of taking consent and social struggles of a prostitute.
Based on the Rapid Action Battalion - RAB's adventures in the world's largest mangrove forest 'The Sundarbans', the action thriller showcases the challenges faced by the law enforcement team to demolish the evil force in the wild.
The movie is about a poet and singer Lalon Fakir who belongs to a cult called baul and who believes and inculcates that the value of a human being is above the narrow belief of religions.
The movie revolves around the protagonist Asad, a freedom fighter who still struggles to get out of the trauma of war. He meets Ghuddi at a film theatre and later falls in love.
The story of the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971 as seen through the eyes of a young boy.