List of Bangladeshi films

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This is a list of films produced by the dhallywood film industry of Dhaka ordered by year and decade of release. "Dhallywood" films are generally listed under the Bengali language. Some films were mixed Urdu language before 1971.

1928–1947[edit]

A List of notable films produced in former British Bengal Presidency during 1928 to 1947 in Bengali language.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1928
Sukumari Nasrullah, Abdus Sobhan (a male playing the female role) A silent short film and the first film venture of this region. The screening was private.
1931
The Last Kiss Ambuj Gupta Khwaja Ajmal, Lolita, Charu Bala The first full-length silent film
1934
Dhruba Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam A Calcutta-based short non-silent film

1948–1971[edit]

A List of notable films produced in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) both in Bengali and Urdu languages. Total 214 films were made since 1948-1971 in Dhaka. Among them 158 films were Bengali and 57 Urdu.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1954
Salamat Nazir Ahmed A short documentary [1]
1956
Mukh-o-Mukhush Abdul Jabbar Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, Ahmed, Purnima Sen, Nazma (Peary), Zaharat Ara, Ali Mansur Drama The first full-length non-silent "talkie" film and is considered as the first properly developed feature film of the region. It took 3 years to complete the film, while none of the cast had any prior experience in films.
1957
1958
1959
Akash Aar Mati Fateh Lohani Amin, Prabir Kumar, Sumita Devi
Matir Pahar Mohiuddin Sumita Devi
E Desh Tomar Amar Ehtesham Sumita Devi, Khan Ataur Rahman, Rehman, Madhavi Chatterjee, Subhash Dutta
Jago Hua Savera (Urdu) The Day Shall Dawn (the English title) A. J. Karder Khan Ataur Rahman (also known as Anis), Tripti Mitra The film won the Best Picture award in Moscow Film Festival,1960. The story was taken from the popular novel written by Manik Bandopadhyay. The film was submitted for the 32nd Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
1960
Asiya Fateh Lohani Sumita Devi, Kazi Khaliq, Ranen Kushad, Shahid The film won the Presidents Award for the year. The Music director was Abbasuddin Ahmed. Shabnam played as the child artist in the film.
Rajdhanir Buke Ehtesham Rahman, Chitra, Subhash Dutta, Nargis, Shabnam A Musical Hit! Robin Ghosh and Ferdausi Rahman(Begum) collaborated in music direction.
1961
Kokhono Aseni Zahir Raihan Khan Ataur Rahman, Sumita Devi, Sanjib Dutta, Shabnam
Harano Din Mustafiz Shabnam, Rahman This was Shabnam's first film as the lead heroine and was the first film to be shot at Rose Garden (Dhaka). The music director was Robin Ghosh.
Je Nodi Moru Pothe Salahuddin Rowshon Ara, Khan Ataur Rahman, Nasima Khan
Tomar Amar Mohiuddin Anwar Hossain
1962
Sonar Kajol Kalim Sharafi & Zahir Raihan Khalil, Sumita Devi .
Jowar Elo Abdul Jabbar Khan Sultana Zaman, Amin, Anwar Hossain
Notun Sur Ehtesham Shabana played as a child artist in this film
Surya Snan Salahuddin Anwar Hossain, Nasima Khan, Rowshon Ara
Chanda (Urdu) Ehtesham Rahman, Shabnam, Sultana Zaman, Subhash Datta Musical Drama It was debut Urdu film of Shabnam and Rahman.
1963
Kancher Deyal Zahir Raihan Khan Ataur Rahman, Anwar Hossain, Sumita Devi Highly acclaimed film for the story and technical treatments
Dharapat Salahuddin Sujata, Nasima Khan, Kazi Khaliq
Talash (Urdu) Mustafiz Shabnam, Rahman, Shawkat Akbar The biggest commercial hit of the year in entire Pakistan
Naach Ghar (Urdu) Abdul Jabbar Khan Sabnam, Mustafa, Nasima Khan
Preet Na Jane Reet (Urdu) Masood Chowdhury Shabnam, Khalil, Mustafa The film was released on December 13, 1963
1964
Dui Digonto Obayedul Haque Anwar Hossain, Sumita Devi
Eito Jibon Rehman, Sumita Devi
Megh Bhanga Rod
Onek Diner Chena
Raja Elo Shohore
Sutorang Subhash Dutta Subhash Dutta, Kabori The first directorial venture of Subhash Dutta and the debut film of Kabori. The film won the second prize in Frankfurt Film Festival, 1965.
Shesh Bikel
Sangam (Urdu) Zahir Raihan Rosy Samad, Harun, Khalil, Sumita Devi The first ever full length coloured film produced in the entire Pakistan.
Tanha (Urdu) Baby Islam Shamim Ara, Haroon, Sheikh Hasan, Rani Sarkar Only film in which Shabnam appeared as guest star in any film
Shadi (Urdu) Qaiser Pasha Deeba, Nasima Khan, Chitra, Jalil Afgani
Yeh Bhi Aik Kahani (Urdu) S. M. Latif Chitra, Haroon, Badar, Mishbah
Paisey (Urdu) Mustafiz Shabnam, Azim, Subhash Dutta, Rani Sarkar
Bandhan (Urdu) Qazi Zahir Chitra, Mustafa, Anwar Hossain
Milan (Urdu) Rahman Deeba, Rahman, Shawkat Akbar, Subhash Dutta
Karwaan (Urdu) S. M. Pervez Shabnam, Haroon, Tarana, Badar-ud-din
Maalan (Urdu) Qaiser Pasha Nasima Khan, Deep, Jalil Afgani
1965
Roopban Salahuddin Sujata (actress)
Ekaler Rupkotha
Godhulir Prem
Janajani
Nodi O Nari
Kajal (Urdu) Nazrul Islam Shabnam, Khalil, Subhash Dutta, Anwar Hossain
Sagar (Urdu) Ehtesham Shabnam, Azim, Subhash Dutta
Bahana (Urdu) Zahir Raihan Kabari, Rahman, Garaj Babu Second urdu film of Zahir Raihan. The film was released on April 16, 1965
Kaise Kahun (Urdu) Muhammad Saddique Khan Shabnam, Khalil, Subhash Dutta Nadeem debut his film career as a singer from this film
Mala (Urdu) Mustafiz Sultana Zaman, Azim, Sujata
Saat Rang (Urdu) Fateh Lohani Sultana Zaman, Azim, qazi Khaliq It was double version film released in Urdu and Bengali languages.
Akhri Station (Urdu) Saroor Bara Bankavi Shabnam, Shawkat Akbar, Rani Sarkar, Subhash Dutta
1966
Behula Zahir Raihan Sumita Devi, Razzak
13 No Feku Ostagar Lane Sujata
Abar Bonobase Rupban
Apon Dulal
Dakbabu
Gunai Bibi
Kagojer Nouka Subhash Dutta
Kar Bou?
Mohua
Rahim Badshah O Rupban
Raja Sannyasi
Ujala
Son of Pakistan
Bhawal Sannyasi
Zarina Sundori
Daak Bangla Mustafeez
Ghar Ki Laz (Urdu)
Jala (Urdu)
Phir Milenge Hum Dono (Urdu) Syed Shamsul Haq
Eindhan (Urdu)
Begana (Urdu) Shabnam, Khalil
Poonam Ki Rat (Urdu) Rosy Samad, Shawkat Akbar, Mehfuz
Bhaiya (Urdu)
Parwana (Urdu) Nasima Khan, Hassan Imam
1967
Ayna O Abashista Subhash Dutta
Anowara Zahir Raihan
Obhishap Sumita Devi
Agun Niye Khela Sumita Devi
Alibaba
Bala Shibly Sadik Anwara
Chawa Pawa Narayan Ghosh Mita
Hiramon Shibly Sadik
Jongli Meye
Julekha
Kanchon Mala
Moyur Ponkhi
Nayantara
Aporajeyo
Saiful Mulk Badiuzzamal
Nawab Sirajuddaula Khan Ataur Rahman Anwar Hossain, Anowara One of the very few historical films made in those days. The film received the "Best Film Award" in the International Film Festival, Tashkent in 1967.
Is Dharti Par (Urdu)
Chakori (Urdu) Ehtesham Shabana, Nadim The debut film of both Shabana & Nadim. This film launched both of their successful careers that lasted over three decades.
Darshan (Urdu) Rahman Shabnam, Rahman, Fateh Lohani, Mehfooz
Chotey Sahab (Urdu) Mustafeez Shabana, Nadim
Uljhan (Urdu) Rosy Samad, Khalil
Hamdam (Urdu)
Main Bhi Insan Hoon (Urdu)
1968
Saat Bhai Champa Dilip Shom Kabori, Khan Ataur Rahman
Abirbhab Subhash Dutta
Arun Barun Kironmala
Ballo Bondhu
Bhaggya Chakra
Banshori
Chena Ochena
Chompakoli
Chorabali
Dui Bhai
Eto Tuku Asha Narayan Ghosh Mita
Kuch Boron Konnya
Modhumala
Momer Alo
Nishi Holo Bhor
Notun Digonto
Oporichita
Poroshmoni
Rakhal Bondhu
Rup Kumari
Rupbaner Rupkotha
Sheet Bosonto Shibly Sadik
Shahid Titumir Ibne Mijan
Sokhina
Songsar Zahir Raihan Razzak, Suchanda, Babita (as a child artist) This was the debut film of Babita, who was named "Subarna" for this film. She played as the daughter of her real-life sister Shuchanda in this film.
Sapta Dinga
Suorani Duorani
Soye Nadia Jagay Pani (Urdu)
Jugli Phool (Urdu)
Jugnu (Urdu) Sharmili Ahmed, Hassan Imam
Tum Mere Ho (Urdu)
Chand Aur Chandni (Urdu) Ehtesham Nadim, Shabana, Suchanda
Gori (Urdu)
Kuli (Urdu) Mustafeez Shabana, Nadim
Jahan Bajay Sehnai (Urdu) Suchanda, Rahman, Anwar Hossain
1969
Agontuk
Alingon
Alomoti
Alor Pipasa
Beder Meye
Bhanu Moti
Ek Jalim Ek Hasina
Gazi Kalu Chompaboti
Jowar Bhata
Mayar Songsar
Moynamoti Kazi Jahir Razzak, Kabori Sarwar
Molua
Moner Moto Bou
Mukti
Naginir Prem
Nil Akasher Niche Razzak, Kabari
Notun Nam-e Dako
Notun Fuler Gondho
Obanchito Azim, Sujata, Rozi
Padma Nodir Majhi
Palabodol
Paruler Songsar
Patal Purir Rajkonna
Protikar
Shesh Porjonto Bobita
Swornokomol
Jeena Bhi Mushkil (Urdu)
Daagh (Urdu) Ehtesham Shabana, Nadim
Pyasa (Urdu)
Kangan (Urdu)
Anari (Urdu) Mustafeez Shabana, Nadim
Mere Arman Mere Sapne (Urdu) Sujata, Azim
Geet Kahin Sangit Kahin (Urdu) Nasima Khan, Mohammad Ali
Ek Zalim Ek Hasina (Urdu)
1970
Jibon Theke Neya Zahir Raihan Khan Ataur Rahman, Anwar Hossain, Rosy Afsari, Rowshan Jamil, Shuchanda, Abdur Razzak (actor) A landmark film in the history of the country.
Adorsho Chaapakhana
Eki Onke Eto Roop
Amir Saudagar O Bhelua Sundori
Aka-Baka
Apon Por
Bablu
Bindu Theke Britto
Binimoy Subhash Dutta
Boro Bou
Chhoddo Beshi
Dhheu Er Por Dhheu
Dip Nebhe Nai
Dorpo Churno
Ghurni Jhor
Je Agune Puri
Jog Biyog
Ka Kha Ga Gha Umo
Kanch Kata Heere
Kothay Jeno Dekhechi
Koto Je Minoti
Manush Omanush
Mishor Kumari
Modhumilon
Monimala
Nayika
Notun Probhat
Odhikar
Ontorongo
Peech Dhala Poth Ehtesham
Raj Mukut
Rong Bodlaay
Sadharon Meye
Somapti
Sontan
Surjo Uthar Age
Sworo Lipi
Taka Ana Pai
Taansen
Maina (Urdu)
Payel (Urdu) Shabana, Razzak
Chalo Maan Gayee (Urdu)
1971
Amar Bou
Gaayer Bodhu
Jolchhobi H Akbar Faruk Released on 22 March 1971
Nacher Putul Ashaque Ghosh Shabnam, Razzak
Smritituku Thak
Sukh Dukhkha
Meherbaan (Urdu) Qazi Zaheer Razzak, Shabana, Anwara The film was released on 15 January 1971
Jaltey Suraj Ke Niche (Urdu) Noor ul Haq Nadeem, Babita, Rozina The last Urdu film made from this region.

1972–1979[edit]

1980s[edit]

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1980
Chhutir Ghanta Abdur Razzak (actor), Sujata (actress), Master Sumon Based on a true incident that had occurred in Narayanganj.
Emiler Goyenda Bahini Badol Rahman
1981
1982
1983
1984
Bhat De
1985
Teen Kanna Shibli Sadiq Babita, Suchanda, Champa, Sohel Rana, Ilias Kanchan, Prabir Mitra The debut film of Champa. Biggest blockbuster of 1985. National Award winning film.
1986
Dhaka 86 Razzak Bapparaz, Ranjita
1987
Surrender Jasim, Sabana
1988
Abortan Abu Sayeed Abul Hyat, Laki Inam
1989
Beder Meye Josna Tojammel H. Bokul Ilias Kanchan, Anju Ghosh (actress)

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

2010s[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kabir, Alamgir; Mokammel, Tanvir (November 2007) [November 2007]. "Cinema with a cause". Documentary Today 1 (2): 39–42. Retrieved 22 January 2015. 

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