Synonyms for agnishakkhi or Related words with agnishakkhi
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() is a 1972 Bangladeshi film based on the Liberation war of Bangladesh directed by Subhash Dutta. Babita, Ujjal and Anwar Hossain played the three lead roles.
She also acted in "Arunodoyer
" (1972) by Subhash Dutta, "Quiet Flows the river Meghna" (1973) by Alamgir Kabir, "Golapi Ekhon Trainey" (1978) by Amjad Hossain, "Dahan" (1986) by Sheikh Niamat Ali, and "Dipu Number Two" (1996) by Morshedul Islam.
In the 1970s most of the Bangladeshi movies had originality. After independence in 1972, 29 films were released. The first full-length feature film of Bangladesh was "Ora Egaro Jon" released in 1972. The movie was directed by Chashi Nazrul Islam. In the 1970s many of the films were war films based on Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. The filmmakers who made critically acclaimed war films in the 1970s are Alamgir Kabir, Chashi Nazrul Islam, Subhash Dutta and others. After independence one of the prominent director of Bangladesh was Alamgir Kabir. Three of his feature films are featured in the "Top 10 Bangladeshi Films" list by British Film Institute. His films include "Dhire Bohe Meghna" (1973), "Shurjo Konya" (1976), "Shimana Periye" (1977), "Rupali Shoykte" (1979), "Mohona" (1982), "Porinita" (1984) and "Mohanayok" (1985). Some other notable directors in the 1970s includes Chashi Nazrul Islam, Narayan Ghosh Mita, Subhash Dutta, Abdullah al Mamun, Johirul Haque and Amjad Hossain. "Rongbaaj" directed by Johirul haque released in 1973, was one of the first commercial action film of Bangladesh. After independence one of the first international acclaimed film was "A River Called Titas" released in 1973, directed by prominent Indian Bengali director Ritwik Ghatak and starring Prabir Mitra in the lead role. Some other notable films of 1970s include "Joy Bangla" (1972) of Fakrul Alom; "Lalon Fokir" (1972) of Syed Hasan Imam; "Obhuj Mon" (1972) of Kazi Jhohir; "Shongram" (1974) by Chashi Nazrul Islam, "Arunodoyer
" (1972), "Bashundhara" (1977) by Subhash Dutta; "Erao Manush" (1972), "Alor Michil" (1974), "Lathial" (1975) by Narayan Ghosh Mita; "Beymaan" (1974) by Rujul Amin; "Choritrohin" (1975) by Bebi Islam; "Megher Onek Rong" (1976) by Harunur Rashid; "Jadur Banshi" (1977) by Abdul Lotif Bacchu; "Golapi Ekhon Traine" (1978) by Amjad Hossain; "Sareng Bou" (1978) by Abdullah al Mamun; "Oshikkhito" (1978) by Azizur Rahman; "The Father" (1979) by Kazi Hayat and "Surjo Dighal Bari" (1979) by Sheikh Niamat Ali and Moshiuddin Shaker. "Surjo Dighal Bari" was a highly international acclaimed movie and it re-introduced Bangladeshi films to a wide international audiences. The movie was based on a novel of the same-name by Abu Ishaque. In 1975 the government has taken some steps to improve film industry. Among them they had started national film award, donation fund for well and creative films.
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