• Ten films to Must watch in September

    1. Sausage Party At first glance it may appear to be a kids’ film, but Sausage Party’s creators, who call it “the first R-rated CG movie” warn it’s strictly for adults only. From the writers of Superbad and Pineapple Express, Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig and James Franco star as a hot dog and his supermarket-product […]

  • Sanjay Dutt to be freed by 7 March

    Daily Dhaka Times: Incarcerated Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, whose five-year sentence for his involvement in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts was confirmed by the Supreme Court in March 2013, will be freed from prison by 7 March 2016, official sources said in Pune on Tuesday. The sources indicated that barring last-minute glitches, Sanjay would be […]

  • Baul songs, philosophies presented at Shilpakala

    Daily Dhaka Times: Baul exponents and practitioners at a festival at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy sought to explore and preach celestial love and humanity through discussions and musical performances. The two-day event, Jatiya Baul Utsab, ended on Saturday with the participation of noted baul and professional singers from across the country, reports the New Age. Notable […]

  • Dhaka Lit Fest begins Thursday

    Daily Dhaka Times: The fifth edition of ‘Dhaka Lit Fest’ is set to begin on Bangla Academy premises in city on Thursday. Finance minister AMA Muhith is scheduled to inaugurate the three-day event at 11:00am on Thursday. It will remain open for visitors from 8:30am to 7:30pm everyday. More than 250 participants from 14 countries […]

  • Shah Rukh Khan Gets Birthday Hug From Salman

    Daily Dhaka Times: Shah rukh khan, who turned 50 on november 2, began the party with his family, continued it with fans and the press, and ended it with bhai salman khan. Early morning tuesday, srk posted certain tweets, referring to both of salman’s next films – 2016’s wrestling movie sultan and prem ratan dhan […]

  • New York-Bangladesh to Bollywood

    Daily Dhaka Times: The amazing thing about music is that it has no barriers; the language of music is international. Rumman chowdhury a talented young music producer/songwriter/artist his journey stared while growing up in New York City. He began this epic journey in the soul-searching conquest of music production and song writing in late 2007. […]

  • Interview: Sunny Leone on love, life and family

    Daily Dhaka Times: Sunny Leone was in an exclusive Video Hangout with TV Times on recently. Here is a transcript of what Sunny had to say on love, life, controversies, television and films she has worked on. Interview published on Times of India. Sunny Leone was the most googled celebrities in India in 2014 year […]

  • Five day classical music fest from Nov 27 in Dhaka

    Daily Dhaka Times: A five-day classical music event ‘Bengal Classical Music Festival Bangladesh’ will kick off on November 27. Main attraction of the festival will be the performance of tobla by Ustad Zakir Hossain and flute by Joyaprada Rammurti. Besides, renowned artistes, both from home and abroad, will perform at the festival at Army Stadium […]

  • Sunny Leone blasts Kerala government’s move to kill dogs

    Daily Dhaka Times: The latest celebrity to protest the Kerala government’s decision to cull stray dogs is none other than Bollywood diva Sunny Leone. The adult star turned actress, who is known for her compassion for animals, said it is a blunder on the state government’s part. “I think this is ridiculous, especially when we […]

  • Acting comes easily to me: Monira Mithu

    Daily Dhaka Times: Seasoned actress Monira Mithu won the heart of many with her versatile acting skills in television plays and cinema. The actress talked about her professional life in a recent conversation with Shah Alam Shazu. Daily Dhaka Times: What makes you tick as an actress? Mithu: Acting comes easily to me. It’s my […]

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