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‘I always wanted to be known as Dr Oyshee’
National Film Award winning singer Oyshee Fatima Tuz Zahra is known for her powerful voice and fluent performances. With her first album, ‘Oyshee Express’, she has earned much accolades. The singer has not only portrayed excellence in music, but in education as well. Upon passing MBBS exams, Oyshee has officially become a doctor. In a conversation with The Daily Star, she shared her special moment of celebration.
‘The Batman’ trailer unveils Pattinson in dark, violent turn
Warner Bros. has unveiled its trailer for “The Batman,” which features Robert Pattinson’s first bone-crunching turn as a DC Comics superhero. The trailer unveiled Saturday at the DC Fandome event shows Pattinson’s Dark Knight methodically taking down bad guys despite being outnumbered and his Batsuit absorbing multiple bullets.
Rehana Maryam Noor: Bangladesh’s only submission to the Oscars this year
"Rehana Mariam Noor" created immense buzz as the first Bangladeshi film to be selected for the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes FIlm Festival. Now, it is set to be submitted at the 94th Academy Awards.
How well are ‘Poddapuran’ and ‘Chandrabati Kotha’ faring in theatres?
Two Bangladeshi movies, “Poddapuran” and “Chandrabati Kotha”, were released in selected cinema halls across the countries. Among the two movies, “Poddapuran” is running successfully in its second week across the halls.
Kala Kendra’s ‘Charcha. Charja. Uddojapon’ celebrates institutional art education of Chattogram
Celebrating 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence and institutional art education in Chattogram, Kala Kendra’s exhibition, “Charcha. Charja. Uddojapon” showcases the works of selected art graduates from Institute of Fine Arts, University of Chittagong.
No Time to Die: A fitting farewell to Daniel Craig’s James Bond
For me, 2006’s “Casino Royale” brought James Bond, the iconic British spy with an eye for the ladies, fast cars, and cool gadgets, firmly into the 21st century. Above all else, Daniel Craig’s first film as Bond was a tragic love story, as the spy met and fell for Vesper Lynd, a woman who showed herself to be very much his equal. Her eventual betrayal and death was the catalyst that transformed Bond into the cynical, hard-edged agent we know and love.
Bangladeshi actresses paving their way into Bollywood
Bangladeshi actresses surpassed the boundaries of Dhallywood to made their presence felt in Bollywood movies. Among them, most of the actresses found their way directly into Bollywood, while others starred in co-produced movies.
Will ‘Spencer’ be the Princess Diana story we have been waiting for?
The first look at Kristen Stewart’s Diana for the highly anticipated movie “Spencer” is still etched in my mind. In a red coat and black hat over one of the most iconic hairstyles, Stewart captured the somber yet sunny disposition of the late Princess.
Actress Lili Bernard sues Bill Cosby for sexual assault
A prominent Bill Cosby accuser filed suit on October 14 against the actor over a 1990 hotel room encounter in Atlantic City, New Jersey, before the State's two-year window to file older sexual assault claims expires.