Guests with the James Celeb Prize Winners. Photo by Kaler Kantha
The second day of the Dhaka Lit Fest, on Friday, the Bengali Academy today was the joyous gathering center of many people. People from different classes came out of the morning for a vacation. They are attending various sessions of the day. More than 30 meetings have appeared in the context of industry, literature, politics and society. Especially a story about a woman.
Now, two things were important to the illuminated feast. These include the rights and freedom of women. The first day of the festival is spoken in a spoken word of meaning for free thinking and openness. Since the morning of the morning of the morning, various sessions have appeared on the issue of women's freedom and rights. It has turned out that the movement of social media is now also a #mite. The message of the women approaching repeatedly appeared. Meanwhile, two Bollywood actresses, Manisha Koirala and Nandita Das, talked about the position of women in film and society.
The second day's festival was the Bollywood actress Manishy Koirala and Nandity Das. At the beginning of the day, this session was held in the title of "Breaking Bad" in the auditorium of Abdul Karim Sahityabishad at the Bangla Academy. Sadaf Sa & # 39; sh, one of the festival's directors, appeared.
Manisha Koirala said that as a director, people still can not imagine a woman. In less than 20% of the film industry, women are working behind the camera. And it's not just film management, but in most cases it's happening. In all cases, women will first have to be certain about women's rights.
Nandita Das addresses the issue of racism against women. She said no girl in black is blessed. This is the same in the twenty-first century. By referring to herself as a "black girl," she said, "Relatives always say, do not let go, use creamy cream, you have to be fair, but they should understand that the girl is born in black, there is nothing here."
Afternoon sessions appeared in connection with the #Mitu movement. Journalists Munni Saha, Jaima Islam, actress Banya Mirza, and social worker Rita Das Roy discussed the meeting called "Bengal Society and Women at the Time of Mitu".
The speakers said, "This movement is not limited to writing through social media, but the woman should have the mentality and the courage to continue this protest, but in the everyday life, not only women, many boys and children are also victims of sexual repression. So #mits are not just women but men should be a movement.
Raba Khan YouTube attended the "Women and Joke" meeting. He was accompanied by Fariha Paanchi. Raba Khan said: "Many do not understand the difference between juice and glitter, and women all over the world, like women, make a place like a comic, but that's a humor, but this humor does not work well in our country.
On the second day of the Kirtan festival from "Lok Sanggita" in Rajarhat from Kurigram, there was also a special meeting for children. The session called "SuperDogs" was for children from seven to 11 years of age. Fatema-Tuj-Joha reads three stories of children about "animal birds". The drama "The Last Tree" was adapted for children's play. The continuous was organized in the quadrangle. Sarin Hossain and Sakia Chowdhury participated in Operation Rifat Islam Isha. There were also more "dolls" served by Rashid Harun.
Prior to that, Mahbub Azeez, director Amitabh Reza Chowdhury, scientist Simon Zakaria and poet Altaf Shahnawaz attended a debate called "Drama, TV drama and screenplay." Actor Banya Mirza performs. Pulitzer winner American literary director Adam Johnson collaborated with Kelly Falcone at a meeting called "FearSam Futures." Later, Professor of the University of Rabindran University, Biswajit Ghosh, participated in the Debate on the History of Bangla Literature: Crisis and Flying, prof. Bangaband and the Literary Department of the University of North Bengal. Nikhil Rai and the poet and professor Suman Gun Professor Mohammad Muhsin of Barisal University leads this episode. In addition, a session entitled "Reading Joy" was held in the open at 10 am yesterday. Ahsan Habib and Bushra Zulfikar attended an interview with Maimuna Ahmad
Kabi Kamal Chowdhury and Rupert Dastur read their essays in the open at 11:00 in the morning. Sabrina Fatema Ahmed made this episode. Novar's exhibition was a discussion of the first book. The introduction of Orga Sanal in the first book "The First Book: What Comes?" He tells the story of Olga Gargasnoyam, Himanty Shankar, and Chandraya Chaudhara.
At a meeting entitled "Appreciate Culture" at a seminar of poet Shamsur Rahman at noon at 12.15 pm Annie Zaidi, Jayashree Mishra and Himangal Shankar attended the discussion on Samia Khatun. Katin Dawn, Amit Ashraf, Kazi Istola Imam, and Farah Khandaker, Dirty Laundry headed by Nisim Jan Sajid, took part in the space tent.
At 14:00 Abdul Karim reads from the first and last male title Tissy Swinton, who won the Oscar in the Sahitya Bisarad Auditorium. In the seminar of poet Shamsur Rahiman, James Mick participated in the editing of The Great Beatral. Chris Hayser and Rupert Dustura took part in Courtney Hodela's trial in the open-end corner of the Short Out circuit. "Amazing virgins" served at Salli Pommy Kleighton's show. Cosmic Trent talked about the "Math Olympiad". Munir Hassan participated in the participation of the gold medalist of the world mathematical Olympiad Ahmad Jawad Chowdhury, Mahbubul Alam Majumder and the predecessor of Shuvah Nawara.
The Afternoon Session was called "The Library of Bangladesh" in the room of the poet's poet Shamsur Rahman at 15:00. Rifat Munim to Run The discussion was attended by Kaiser Haque, Khademul Islam and QP Alam. In the open courtyard, arranged for telling stories. Christian Hodel, Chris Hayser and Ross Pattar attended Ed Coming's episode.
At 16:30 in the room of poet Shamsur Rahaman Seminar talk about "secret history" in the execution of Khademul Islam Philip Hynes. Sandra Kopp presented Novara's show "The Tree of Life". The cosmic tent was called "Elias" with Akhtaruzzaman Ilyas. Musahat Hussain is in it. Khalekuzzaman Ilias, Imdadul Haque Milon, Prashant Mridha and Sarvajanit Dasgupta took part in the discussion. Nazrul Manch was greeted in a "pillow" in northern Bengal. At 6 pm Abdul Karim was present at the Sahitya Bisarad Auditorium in the section "Eye Changes". Nabowa Chowdhury performs on this occasion. Khaleda Shahriar Kabir, Saeba Akhtar, Namita Haldar, and Kanglini Sufia attended the discussion. The session was called "The Bangladesh Paradox" at a seminar by the poet Shamsur Rahman. Former interim government adviser Hossain Zillur Rahman leads. Discussions were carried out by Binayak Sen, Wahiduddin Mahmud and KAS Murshid. I saw the face of poetry in the open yard, Bengal's face. Farid Kabir performs an episode. Movies show "Bidadabuban" in Navarrah showcases. They discussed Nadim Iqbal and Sheikh Al Mamun Session, titled Cosmic Tent & Stars, Stories and Strategy. Christin Hodel is engaged in the performance of Rupert Haksle. Under the direction of Prah Ripon on the Nazrul stage, the duo of the song and poetry was featured in the new Sonar Bangla Circus. The second session starts at 18:00 in the evening. The prime minister, Dr. Abdul Karim. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury deals with the performance of Haata Saif in his book Charot of Life.
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The prize was awarded to the Abdul Karim Sahityabisarad in the Bangla Academy yesterday at Dhaka Lit Fest. Gemini Kazi Nabil Ahmed, the director of the Gemini Group, presented the awards. Members of the jury council, chairman of the Bangladesh labor committee, poet Muhammad Sadiq, vice-chairman of the chancellor's office Rabindra Bharati, prof. Biswajit Ghosh and poet Asad Chowdhury were present.
Prashant Mridha received eight lakh rupees, combs and awards for the novel "Dugdugiar Asr". Likewise, Hamim Kamal's manuscripts from his story "Sonal Bane" and Hasan Nayeem received money for one lakh taka and combs and decorations for his manuscript "Dil Ailam Haat".
In the welcoming speech, Kazi Nabil Ahmed said: "The James Cine Award was awarded to the creative literary literature of Bangla, and this award encourages creative writers to believe.
Powder Mridha expressed feelings: "Every award is a matter of luck, and all who have already received this award are now valued in Bengali literature, and I am very glad to share the prize with them.