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19 films get Tk 121.50 million as grants 

| Updated: June 19, 2022 15:19:40


19 films get Tk 121.50 million as grants 

Nineteen films have been selected for receiving Tk 121.50 million grants from the government for the fiscal year 2021-22 on Wednesday. 

Ten films are receiving Tk 6.00 million each, four films Tk 6.50 million each, and another four films Tk 7.00 million each. 

The Information Ministry published the list of the films and the amount of grant through a circular on Wednesday, reports UNB. 

A film directed by Amitabh Reza Chowdhury is getting the highest amount, which is Tk 7.50 million. 

The films that are receiving the grants are—Joy Banglar Dhoni (Based on the 1971 Liberation War), Ekattor-Korotole Chinnomatha (Liberation War-based), Japito Jibon, Juddho Jibon, Banalata Sen, Otopor Rokeya, 1969, Bangabandhur Renu, Dodor Golpo, Bokul Kotha, Arji, Eito Jibon, Ahare Jibon, Ontorkhola, Bhashar Jonno Momotaz, Lal Shari, Bicharaloy, Maya and Muktir Chotogolpo.  

Short films that are receiving the grants are—Ekti Vorer Opekkhay (Film), Loknattya Proshongo O Dhamer Gaan (Documentary), Jol Toronger Gaan (Documentary), Athlete Sultana Kamal (Film), Bakita Itihash (Film) and Bamadesh (Film). 

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