Bangladeshi film 'Nirvana' wins special jury prize at Moscow Film Festival

Bangladeshi film 'Nirvana' wins special jury prize at Moscow Film Festival

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Day after day, he spent time setting up this silent film. “This award is pushing us to dream even bigger. This is great news for our industry,” the director said.

Actress Priyam Archi has played the central role in the film. He heard the news of his film winning the award only on Friday night.

“I don’t know how to express this happiness,” Priyam told Prothom Alo from the UK. Everything seems like a dream. The director himself gave me this news. After hearing the news I was thinking that the film had started with just two people. Then four actresses joined it. I am thinking more about the events behind the making of the film.

“I can only think of the hard work done by the film's director Asif Islam and writer Anwar Hussain. The journey on which our team had set out is successful today. This achievement will inspire us.

In 2019, Mostofa Sarwar Faruqi's film 'Shonibar Bikel' was selected for the main category at the 41st Moscow International Film Festival. The film 'Shonibar Bikel' won two independent jury awards, the Russian Federation of Film Critics Jury Award and the Kommersant Award at the time.

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