Nandita will take part in a meeting with Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala in Dhaka LitFest
The Dhaka Lit Fest kicked off on Thursday. This is the 8th time to be organized in literature. And he will be present on the show of this film, one of Bollywood's most talented actresses and creator Nandita Das. As a result, Dhaka visitors will have the chance to see the "Manto" discussed with the manufacturer.
The Dhaka Litre festival was held for seven years at the Bangla Academy in the capital. Known writers from different countries are present. And now, together with Namdhad's friends, the two Bollywood actors Manisha Koirala and Nandita Das will be present. Not only that, British actor Tilda Swinton will be there.
The intimacy of the film with literature is quite old. Nandita Das made the film "Manto" creating a biography of the prominent writer Sadat Hossain Manto. And this movie will appear at the beginning of the festival at 4:15 pm Academy of Bangla Abdul Karim Sahityabisarad Academy.
After presenting the film, Nandita will talk about the image at the "Cut Cut" meeting.
On the second day of the festival, Nandita Das will be present at Sagar Eleventh. He will tell the story of his own struggles. Actor Bollywood Manisi will be present at the same session as the cancer winner. He also wrote a book to fight cancer. The name of which is "The Book of Unwanted Stories". He will tell his story to win his career and cancer in Dhaka Lit Fest.
This year, in Cannes' 71st film "Manto" was presented. In September, the film was released in India. Although the box office does not have many benefits, the film has great praise for all filmmakers. From 1946 to 1950, Manto's film crisis was highlighted in the film. Not only the manto, but also some short stories about the death of Manto in the film.
In addition to Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the role of "Manto", the actor also acted as a senior actor like Rishi Kapoor. There's a tizzy actor like Paresh Rawal. We will see that influence personality such as Javed Akhtar
The Dhaka Lit Fest started in 2011. As always, more than 200 well-informed actors, politicians, researchers, journalists, publishers, thinkers and historians will participate in about 100 meetings in the country and abroad.