After winning the hearts of countless viewers in France, United States, Canada and Australia Aynabaji has now amazed London of the United Kingdom. The first show in London went houseful and all of the tickets were completely sold out. Aynabaji like other places around the world also achieved tremendous success in the Capital of United Kingdom. The audiences were gathering around the cinema hall. Many of them were looking for tickets but the tickets had already been sold out. Audiences are standing in long queue to enter the cinema hall. Audiences were seen to be very excited throughout the film. According to the audience the blending of the story, scripting, acting, songs and everything made watching this film a unique experience.
The psychological thriller is currently being screened at the famous cinema hall in London, called 'Boleyn Cinema'. It is a prominent cinema hall ideally located in London and has the capacity for 250 audiences. Among the guests - Co-Founder of Pinro Technologies Ltd. Imtiaz Ahmed Co-Founder of Pinro Technologies Ltd. Imran Khan, Media Entrepreneur Nazir Alam, Founder of British Bangladesh Power and Association Abdal Ullah, Chairman of SSBA Aziz Choudhury, Managing Director of Zakir Telecom Naufal Zamir - were present at the first screening of the film.
The screening of the film in London was Managed and distributed by a London based Architecture & Creative Media organization A786Studio. The producer of Aynabaji, Ziauddin Adil said, 'After achieving tremendous success within the nation's film industry Aynabaji is now spreading worldwide. Like other part of the world Aynabaji being screened in a place like London and achieving the love of the local audience has brought pride and honor to our countries films.'
Managing Director of A786Studio, Nazir Alam said, 'Screening Aynabaji in London was an excellent way to present the quality and excellence of Bangladeshi films alongside other films which have been produced outside of the UK and are screened in here. We, at A786Studio, are proud to be the facilitator of this process where we get to show London what our local film industry is really made up of.'