TE24 Entertainment Desk:
In the 1990s, Bengali cinema captivated audiences and gave way to theatrical culture. However, in the last two decades, fewer people watched movies and the number of movies released each year decreased. Over time cinema halls started to close down due to lack of audience.
Notable works like “Manpla,” “Devi” and “Ayanabaji” were screened and managed to attract the audience to the cinema, but due to inconsistency, the audience invested in this particular form of entertainment. It was hard to keep going. The pandemic only mitigated the dangers of film brothers and made it difficult for them to compete and grow due to limited sources of income.
However, the trend seems to have changed in recent months as more and more people flock to cinemas for the latest local releases. In this month, three movies named ‘Polan’, ‘Din The Day’ and ‘Psycho’ have been released. After two years, this Eid, the film caught the attention of the audience.
The love triangle film “Polan”, which tells the story of a female college student, created a stir among the youth. Originally shown in only 11 cinemas, it is now shown in over 50 cinemas and most of the shows are private. On the other hand, “Din the Day” which was screened in more than 100 halls nationwide has also been well received by the audience.
Apart from that, ‘Galui’ and ‘Shaan’ won great reception not only in the capital but also in the rural areas of the country during the last Eid-ul-Fitr and succeeded in boosting this new wave of Bangladeshi films. .. “Paran” and “Din-der Tag” delighted audiences beyond the big cities.
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