Published:  01:16 AM, 16 June 2019

Eid films to continue this week as well

The films that are running include Shakib Khan Starrer 'Password' and 'Nolok' and Tariq Anam Khan Starrer 'Abar Basanta', no new films will be released this week.

 'Password' directed by Malek Afsari revolves around an underworld don, who loses the password of his Swiss bank account. The film stars Shakib Khan, Bubly, Misha Sawdagar, Amit Hasan, Nader Khan, Emon and others. Password, which was initially released at 175 cinemas, is currently running at 204 cinemas. It is being regarded as the most successful film of Eid.

'Nolok', another Shakib Khan starrer, directed by Sakib Sonet and his team, is second to 'Password' in terms of turnover. The film revolves around stories of two families where family values and emotions are emphasized. Besides Shakib Khan, the film also stars Bobby, Tariq Anam Khan, Omar Sunny, Nima Rahman, Indian actor Rajatava Dutt and others. 'Nolok' is running at around 74 cinemas.

'Abar Basanta', directed by Ananya Mamun, was released on Eid day simultaneously at four cinemas in the capital namely Star Cineplex branches at Bashundhara City and Shimanto Square, Blockbuster Cinemas at Jamuna Future Park and Balaka Cineplex, along with Silver Screen in Chattogram.The film gives a glimpse into late-life crisis. It stars Tariq Anam Khan, Orchita Sporshia, Imtu Ratish, Mukit Zakaria, Monira Mithu, Anondo Khaled, Nusrat Zahan Papia and others.

Vice-president of Film Exhibitors Association Mia Alauddin informed that no new films will be released for two weeks following the Eid-ul-Fitr. 'Different cinemas across the country are screening the films that were released on Eid-ul-Fitr. Most of the Eid films are big budget productions for which film lovers wait for a long time. Besides, cinemas are still running houseful shows. So it is highly unlikely that cinema owners will screen other films while the Eid films are still doing well at the box office,' said Mia Alauddin.

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