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The bond between the hearts of two Bengals does not mean a barbed wire fence: Information Minister

Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud, who is visiting Kolkata, believes that even if a barbed wire fence or a geographical boundary is set, no one can separate the bond between the hearts of the people of Bengal and the other side of Bengal. Hasan Mahmud, in his speech as the chief guest at the opening of the 4th Bangladesh Film Festival at Rabindrasadan in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, India, on Saturday evening. Talk about friendship. This information was informed in a circular sent by the Ministry of Information. Mentioning that Bengalis are very talented, Hasan Mahmud said, ‘Most of those who have received the Nobel Prize from India are Bengalis. Bengalis are moving forward in terms of talent, leaving behind many people in the world. Our culture is one of the most advanced cultures in the world. He further said, “Our art and culture should not be bound by the barbed wire fence. Artists have no geographical boundaries. Uttam and Suchitra are not only from India, we think they are from Bengal, but they are also from us. Babul Supriya, Minister of Information Technology, Electronics, and Tourism of the West Bengal Government as a special guest, said, “We have to take joint initiatives for the development of the films of the two countries. There is no distance between the artists of Upper Bengal and Upper Bengal. In the President’s speech, famous Indian film director Gautam Ghosh said that the audience of Bengali films has not decreased yet.

Films from both countries should be better organized to encourage audiences. Member of Parliament of Bangladesh Saimum Sarwar Kamal, Deputy High Commissioner of Bangladesh Mission in Kolkata Andalib Ilyas, First Secretary (Press) Ranjan Sen, and others spoke at the event. In the end, the artists of the two countries jointly performed a cultural program. Kolkata’s Nandan 1, 2, and 3 theaters are holding open screenings of 25 Bangladeshi films every day from 12 noon to 8 pm till November 2. The full-length films in the festival include ‘Gunin’, ‘Hridita’, ‘Beauty Circus’, ‘Hawa’, and ‘Paran’. ‘, ‘There is no soil under the feet, ‘Paap Punya’, ‘Kalbela’, ‘Chandravati Katha’, ‘Chiranjeev Mujib’, ‘Rehana Mariam Noor’, ‘Poetry of salt water, ‘Rat Jaga Phul’, ‘Red Rooster’s Comb’. , ‘Gore’, ‘Galui’, ‘Gandi’, ‘World Beauty’, ‘Rupsa River Bend’, ‘Shuttle Train’, ‘Miner Mote Manchu Pailam’, ‘No-Drai’, ‘Orange Rocket’, ‘Gheen Baluchar’ and ‘Fifty Nine Winds’. Documentary films include ‘Haseena: A Daughter’s Tale, ‘Badhyabhoomi Te Ekdan’, ‘A Song For A Country’, ‘Madhumati Parer Manutti: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’ and short films include ‘Khar’, ‘Maina’, ‘Transit’, ‘ Keir Pabo Tare’, ‘Fera’, ‘Nari Jiban’, ‘Kagaj Khel’ and ‘Arang’. The main speaker gave a speech in the ‘Development of Bangladesh’ discussion tour organized at the press club auditorium under the chairmanship of Calcutta Press Club president Snehashis Sur. Minister Hasan Mahmud. He said that the development in Bangladesh in the last 14 years under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is an example for all developing countries in the world. Bangladesh is one of the first three countries in the world on the list of economic growth when the economy is stagnating all over the world due to the recent corona situation. Sheikh Hasina’s government believes in regional development because without regional development there is no sustainable development, the information minister said, the relationship between the people of India and Bangladesh is written in blood and Bangladesh will gratefully remember India’s cooperation in the development journey. Earlier in the morning at a local hotel, the Indo-Bangla Press Club organized the ‘Semana Periye Amra Bengali’ program which turned into a meeting of two Bengals. Under the chairmanship of Indo-Bangla Press Club President Kingshuk Chakraborty, Bangladesh Government Information and Broadcasting Minister Hashan Mahmud was the chief guest, West Bengal State Government Food and Supply Minister Rathin Ghosh was the guest of honor, Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner in Kolkata Andalib Ilyas as special guest and two Bengali artists including Jaya Ahsan, Chanchal Chowdhury, Mosharraf Karim, and others. Top media personalities had a lively exchange on the occasion. Naeem Nizam, Editor of Dainik Bangladesh Pratidin, Managing Director of Ekatar TV Mozammel Haque Babu, Santosh Sharma, Editor of Dainik Kalbela, Zulfikar Russell, Editor of Bangla Tribune, Bangladesh High Commission, New Delhi Press Minister Shaban Mahmud were present in the program.

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