Juba League's mobile film exhibition has started


Juba League's mobile film exhibition has started

On the occasion of Mujib's birth centenary golden jubilee of independence and great victory day a week-long mobile film exhibition was inaugurated on Monday at the initiative of Juba League. Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash was present as the inaugural and chief guest on the occasion.  Juba League general secretary Alhaj Mohammad Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil. conducted the program.  

Speaking as the chief guest Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash, Chairman of Juba League said that the Pakistani invaders in order to make Bangladesh incompetent select children of our country, meritorious professors, doctors, engineers, poets, writers and journalists were brutally tortured and killed.

He said the words independent and Bangabandhu are one and the same. We cannot imagine independence without Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He brought this victory to the Bengali nation by guiding us after 23 years of struggle imprisonment, oppression and torture. His sacrifice for the independence of the country cannot be expressed or defined in any language. He expressed his dream in the independence movement through six points and the youth of Bengal jumped into the mass uprising of '69, the election of '70 and the great liberation war of 1971.

The Juba League chairman said Bangabandhu did not just fight for a map he fought for the development of Bengali culture and literature.  He knew that Bengali literature has an identity and a tradition he fought for that identity and tradition.  His struggle started in 1952 when the Bengali language was first attacked. In order for our Bengali nationalism to survive, it is very important to develop Bengali culture.  We have undertaken various programs on the occasion of Mujibvarsha and the golden jubilee of independence.

In his speech the Juba League chairman said that film is a very important and powerful medium. We have a tradition of film. Your leader Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni, the founding chairman of Juba League, established a weekly magazine on film in Bangladesh in 1972. It is the first magazine in Bangladesh which was founded on the basis of cinema. He was cultured, he was fond of Bengali culture. He was a student of Bengali language and literature at Dhaka University and for that reason he believed that Bengali culture would survive Bengali culture especially film would play a very important role in transforming Bengali culture as a youth force for the youth. I also have some shattered memories with my father. He would take us to see movies. He used to take her to various cultural events. I think we need to develop culture or film because it has our identity embedded in it.

The chairman of Juba League inaugurated the film exhibition by showing a video of the lessons of famous actress and reciter Afsana Mimi from the letter written by Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash in the book "Dear Bangabandhu" published by Bangladesh Awami Juba League. Liberation war based films are being screened in several places of the capital for the week long traveling films based on the liberation war.

Liberation war based film 'Shyamalchaya' was screened at Bangabandhu Avenue premises on December 13 at 4:30 pm. Documentary on Shaheed Sheikh Fazlul Haque Mani, Chiranjeev Bangabandhu and guerrilla films are screened, Liberation War based movie "Chitra Nadir Paare" will be screened at 4:30 pm on December 15 in Jatrabari of the capital, Ananda Cinema Hall at Farmgate in the capital on December 16 at 4:30 pm  The movie based on the liberation war "Jayayatra" will be screened at the premises on 16th December at 4:30 pm in New Market of the capital.  The Liberation War based movie "Taken from Life" will be screened at Victoria Park in the capital at 4:30 pm on December 20 and at 4:30 pm on December 20.The liberation war based film "Amar Bandhu Rashed" will be screened in Uttara Rajlaxmi of the capital.

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