Dallywood Movie Film Stars Bangladesh

Dallywood Movie Film Stars Bangladesh
  
  
Female Actresses
  Afsana Mimi
  Akhi Alomgir
  Api Karim
  Apu Biswas
  Arpita
  Bijori
  Bipasha
  Bobita
  Bonna Mirza
  Chadni
  Chitra
  Chompa
  Deepa
  Dity
  Eka
  Ishita
  Jona
  Joya
  Keya
  Koyeal
  Kumkum
  Laboni
  Lara Lotus
  Mila
  Mishala
  Mita Noor
  Mitu
  Moiury
  Morjina
  Mou
  Moushumi
  Mukti
  Munalisa
  Munmun
  Nadia
  Opi Karim
  Pallabi
  Poly
  Popy
  Prianka Chopra
  Purnima
  Rachana
  Ratna
  Richi



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Dallywood is the Bangladesh film industry is based in Dhaka. Dallywood is the hollywood of Bangladesh. The capital city of Bangladesh is Dhaka and, so the "D" represents dhaka and implies the movie town of Bangladesh. As of 2004, it produced approximately 100 movies a year. The average movie's budget was about 6500000 Bangladeshi taka.

History

It is possible that the first motion pictures seen in Dhaka were shown by John Stevens in 18961897 as part of a touring theater company; however, documentary evidence of this is not available. On April 24, 1898, the Bengali weekly Dhaka Prokash reported that films were shown in Dhaka by the Bredford Bioscope Company, at the Crown Theatre, in Patuatuli, near Sadarghat. The show included news items and other short features. The first permanent cinema in Dhaka, named Picture House, began operation during 19131914. This cinema was renamed to New Picture House and then again to Shabistan. By 1947 there were around 80 cinemas in what is now Bangladesh.

The first Bengali organization for producing and exhibiting films was the Royal Bioscope Company, established in 1898 in Calcutta by Hira Lal Sen. Although feature films were made in Bengali as early as 1919 (Bilwa Mangal), most production was done in Calcutta. The Nawab family of Dhaka produced Sukumari (19281929) and The Last Kiss (1931).

After the partition of India in 1947, the first film made in East Pakistan was a newsreel about the visit of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, produced in 1948 by the radio broadcaster Nazir Ahmed. The first full-length feature film with sound made in East Pakistan was Mukh O Mukhosh, which was produced by Abdul Jabbar Khan and released on August 3, 1956. Editing, printing and all other film processing for this movie was done in Lahore, Pakistan.

The East Bengal Provincial Assembly established the East Pakistan Film Development Corporation (EPFDC) on April 3, 1957. The first film produced by this organization was Asiya (The Life of a Village Girl, 1960), directed by Fateh Lohani. During the late 1960s, between 20 and 35 films were produced each year. Production quantity continued to increase after Bangladesh gained its independence on December 16, 1971; in 1979, for example, 51 films were released, and in the 1990s over 90 films per year were released.

Recently, the Bangladeshi film industry has faced increased competition from foreign films, satellite TV, home video, and other sources. Viewership of Bangladeshi films has dropped, and the industry has been criticized for producing low-quality films whose only appeal is that of sex, violence, or melodrama

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  Riswana Rahman
  Rituparna
  Riya
  Rumana
  Sabnoor
  Shabana
  Shabjan
  Shabzan
  Shahnaz
  Shahnur
  Shaila
  Shakiba
  Shami Kaisar
  Sheebany
  Shimla
  Shimul
  Shomi
  Shuborna Mustofa
  Srabonti
  Sweety
  Tamanna
  Tania
  Tarin
  Tazin
  Tinni
  Tisha
  Zhumka
  
Male Actors
  Alekjander Boo
  Amin Khan
  Bapparaz
  Dipzol
  Fardous
  Khalil
  Manna
  Nobel
  Omar Sani
  Razib
  Reaz
  Rubel
  Shahin Khan
  Shakib Khan
  Shakil Khan
  Shohel Rana
  Toukir
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