Guest with the winner of the James Celeb Award. Photo: Kaler Kantha
On the second day of the ongoing Dhaka Lore Festival, on Friday, the Bengali Academy on that day was a gathering center for the joy of many people. People from various classes come from the morning on holidays. They took part in various sessions that day. More than 30 sessions have emerged in the context of industry, literature, politics and society. Especially the story of women going forward.
Now two problems have been given importance in the fest that was lit. Among them is the rights and freedoms of women. On the first day of the festival, spoken spoken words support free thinking and openness. From the morning of the second day, various sessions have emerged from the morning on the issue of freedom and women's rights. It has emerged that the current social media movement is # that. Overall, the message of women coming forward repeatedly appeared. Meanwhile, two Bollywood actresses Manisha Koirala and Nandita Das talked about women's position in film and society.
The second day of the festival is the festival of Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala and Nandita Das. At the beginning of the day, this session was held with the title & # 39; Breaking Bad & # 39; at Abdul Karim Sahityabishad Bangla Academy Auditorium. Sadaf Sa & # 39; sh, one of the festival directors, appeared.
Manisha Koirala said that as a director, people still cannot imagine a woman. In less than 20 percent of the film industry, women work behind the camera. And this is not just about film management but it happens in almost all cases. In all cases, women must come first to be confident in women's rights.
Nandita Das discussed the issue of racism against women. He said that there was no blessing for any girl in black. This is the same in the twenty-first century. Referring to himself as "black girl", he said, "The family always says, don't go outside, use colored cream, you have to be fair." But they must understand that a girl is born in black, nothing can be done here. & # 39;
The afternoon session appeared in the context of the #Mitu movement. Journalist Munni Saha, Jaima Islam, actress Banya Mirza and social worker Rita Das Roy discussed this session titled & # 39; Bengali society and maturity in the Mitu era. & # 39;
The speakers said, "This movement is not limited to just writing through social media; A woman must have the mentality and courage to continue this protest. In everyday life, not only women, many boys and children are also victims of repression. sexual, but it remains without our knowledge, so, # that is not only women but men must be a movement.
YouTube Raba Khan took part in the session & # 39; Women and Wit & # 39 ;. He was accompanied by Fariha Paanchi. Raba Khan said, & # 39; Many don't understand the difference between juice and shimmery. Women all over the world and women make space as comedians. That's because of a sense of humor. However, this humor is not well received in our country.
On the second day the Kirtan festival started from & # 39; Lok Sanggit & # 39; at Rajarhat Kurigram, there are also special sessions for children. A session titled & # 39; SuperDogs & # 39; for children aged seven to 11 years. Fatema-Tuj-Joha reads three children's stories about & # 39; animal birds. Drama & # 39; The Last Tree & # 39; adapted by children's drama. The clock outside is arranged in a rectangle. Sarin Hossain and Sakia Chowdhury took part in the operation of the Rifat Islam Isha. There are also more dolls & # 39; presented by Rashid Harun.
Previously, Mahbub Azeez, filmmaker Amitabh Reza Chowdhury, researcher Simon Zakaria and poet Altaf Shahnawaz took part in a discussion entitled & # 39; stage drama, TV drama and screenplay. & # 39; Banya actor Mirza appears. The Pulitzer Winner, American writer Adam Johnson, interacts with Kelly Falcone in a session entitled & # 39; FearSam Futures & # 39 ;. Later, the Deputy Chancellor of the University of Rabindran, Professor Biswajit Ghosh, took part in "Discussing the History of Bangla Literature: Crisis and Passage", Bangabandhu Professor and Department of Literature at the University of North Bengal. Nikhil Rai and poet and professor Suman Gun Professor Mohammad Muhsin from Barisal University conducted this episode. Apart from this, the session is titled & # 39; The Joy of Reading & # 39; was open at 10 yesterday morning. Ahsan Habib and Bushra Zulfikar took part in a conversation with Maimuna Ahmad
Kabi Kamal Chowdhury and Rupert Dastur read their essays in the open at 11:00 a.m. Sabrina Fatema Ahmed did this episode. The Novara exhibition is the first book discussion. The appearance of Orga Sanal in the first book entitled & # 39; First Book: What Did They Appear? # Tells the story of Olga Gargasnoyam, Himanta Shankar and Chandrasa Chaudhary.
In the session titled & # 39; Cultural Appreciation & # 39; in the seminar poet Shamsur Rahman at midday, at 12:15 a.m., Annie Zaidi, Jayashree Mishra and Himangal Shankar took part in a discussion about Samia Khatun. Cosmic Tent was attended by Katrina Dawn, Amit Ashraf, Kazi Istola Imam and Farah Khandaker, leading & # 39; Laundry Dirty & # 39; in Nisim Jan Sajid's leadership.
At 2pm, Abdul Karim read from the first and last Tissa Swinton title, winning an Oscar at the Sahitya Bisarad Auditorium. In the poet Shamsur Rahiman seminar, James Mick took part in Ed Coming's editing "The Great Beatral" & # 39; Chris Hayser and Rupert Dustura took part in the Courtney Hodel event in open court, in the title & # 39; Short Out & # 39; & # 39; Amazing Maidens & # 39; served at Salli Pommy Kleighton at the exhibition. Cosmic Trent talked about the 'Mathematical Olympiad & # 39; Munir Hassan took part in the participation of gold medalists from the World Mathematics Olympiad, Ahmed Jawad Chowdhury, Mahbubul Alam Majumder and Shuvah Nawar ancestors.
The afternoon session was titled & # 39; Bangladesh Library & # 39; in the Poet Shamsur Rahman's Seminar room at 3 pm Rifat Munim ran Kaiser Haque, Khademul Islam and QP Alam took part in the discussion. In the open courtyard, arranged for storytelling. Christian Hodel, Chris Hayser and Ross Pattar took part in Ed Coming's episode.
At 4:30 a.m., in the Poet Shamsur Rahaman Seminar room, discussion about & # 39; Secret History & # 39; in the execution of the Khademul Islam Philip Hynes. Sandra Kopp presents the show & # 39; Tree of Life & # 39; at Novara. The cosmic tent is titled & # 39; Elias & # 39; with Akhtaruzzaman Ilyas. Musahat Hussain does it inside. Khalekuzzaman Ilias, Imdadul Haque Milon, Prashant Mridha and Sarvajanit Dasgupta participated in the discussion. Nazrul Manch is devoted to & # 39; Cushion & # 39; North Bengal. At 6pm, Abdul Karim was present at the Sahitya Bisarad Auditorium in the session & # 39; Change of Eyes & # 39 ;. Nabnita Chowdhury appeared on this occasion. Khaleda Shahriar Kabir, Saeba Akhtar, Namita Haldar, and Kanglini Sufia took part in the discussion. This session is titled & # 39; The Bangladesh Paradox & # 39; in the seminar poet Shamsur Rahman. Former Hossain temporary adviser to the government, Zillur Rahman. The discussion was made by Binayak Sen, Wahiduddin Mahmud and KAS Murshid. I have seen the face of poetry in the open field & # 39; face of Bengal & # 39; Farid Kabir did the episode. The movie shows & # 39; Buniaabuban & # 39; at Navarrah displays. Discussed by Nadim Iqbal and Sheikh Al Mamun Session entitled Cosmic Tent Stars, Stories and Strategy & # 39 ;. Christan Hodel discusses Rupert Haksle's performance. Under the guidance of Prahar Ripon on the Nazrul stage, a duo of songs and poems was presented at New Sonar Bangla Circus. The second session starts in the afternoon at 6pm. Energy adviser to the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdul Karim, said. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury discusses the performance of Haat Saif in his book # Charot of Life & # 39;
James Lecture Award: Meanwhile, the 2013 Gemman Literature Award recipient, fame Rahat Mridha Dan James won the Young Fiction Award Hameem Kamal and James won the Young Poetry Award in the Hasan Nayeem category
This award was given at the Abdul Karim Sahityabisarad Bangla Academy auditorium at Dhaka Lit Fest yesterday. Director of the Gemini Group Kazi Nabil Ahmed presented prizes to scholarship recipients. Member of the Jury, Chair of the Bangladesh Work Commission, Poet Muhammad Sadiq, Deputy Chancellor of the University of Rabindra Bharati, Prof. Biswajit Ghosh and poet Asad Chowdhury were present.
Prashant Mridha was given eight lakh rupees, peak and honor for the novel & # 39; Dugdugiar Asr & # 39; At the same time, the texts of Hamim Kamal from his short story & # 39; Sonal Bane & # 39; and Hasan Nayeem was given cash from one lakh taka and peak and honor for the script & # 39; Dil Ailam Haat & # 39 ;.
In his remarks, Kazi Nabil Ahmed said, "To reward the author of Bangla literary creativity, the James Cine Award was given. This award will encourage creative writers to believe.
Expressing feelings, Prashanta Mridha said, "Every award is a matter of happiness. All the people who have received this award today are rewarded in Bengali literature. I am very happy to share gifts with them.