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Big announcement of two Bengali films about Chanchal Chowdhury

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Two countries and three big companies joined behind a film. Alpha Eye, Charki and Indian production company SVF Films have come together for the collaboration of two Bengali films. 2 big screen movies are going to be produced in their production.

Chanchal Chowdhury is playing the lead role in one of them. That movie was announced today i.e. 9 December. A press conference was organized at 5 pm in a five-star hotel in the capital. Another movie will be announced on December 11.

The famous and popular producer Redwan Roni is returning to production with a bit of breath. Chanchal Chowdhury, a well-known star of the time and two Bengals, will be seen in the lead role in the movie titled ‘Dum’.

Director Redwan Rony said, ‘True events always inspire me. It was this story that haunted me to satisfy my hunger for filmmaking after many years. A common man’s terrible mental strength can save him from any dire danger in an instant. I am trying to tell this story in the film Dum.’

Regarding acting in this film, Chanchal said, ‘The personal relationship with Roni has been going on for a long time. He once built regularly. Although he did not build himself for some time, he was still in the process of construction. When Roni told me the story of this movie, I was shocked. A wonderful story. My character is very challenging. Along with many events and big canvas movie Dum.

He also said, ‘I feel the most at the same time that we have big production houses like Charki, SVF, Alpha with this movie. This movie will start a new horizon by combining two Banglas.’

SVF Director and Co-Founder Mahendra Soni said on the occasion, ‘SVF is taking another important step in deepening our relationship with the entertainment industry of Bangladesh by venturing into film production.’

Actor Chanchal Chowdhury, actress Nusrat Imroz Tisha, director Syed Ahmed Shawki, Charki officials and journalists were present in the press conference.


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