Meghla Akash

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Meghla Akash
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Directed by Nargis Akter
Produced by Nargis Akter
Written by Masum Reza
Starring Moushumi
Ayub Khan
Shabana Azmi
Amit Hasan
Shakil Khan
Purnima
Wasimul Bari Rajib
Shahidul Alam Sachchu
Ferdousi Mojimder
Pijush Bandhopadhya
Music by Alauddin Ali
Cinematography Mahfuzur Rahman Khan
Edited by Mujibur Rahman Dulu
Distributed by Impress Telefilm Ltd.
Release date
2002[1]
Running time
137 Min.
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali

Meghla Akash also (Bengali: মেঘলা আকাশ meaning of English: The Cloudy Sky ) is a Bangladeshi Bengali language film. The film directed by Bangladeshi filmmaker Nargis Akter and it is her first directed film.[2] Release 2002 in all over Bangladesh. This thought has brought forward Nargis Akhter's first feature film Meghla Akash that deals with the issue of HIV/AIDS prevention and control.[3] Stars Moushumi, Ayub Khan, Amit Hasan, Shakil Khan, Purnima, Wasimul Bari Rajib, Shahidul Alam Sachchu, Ferdousi Mojimder, Pijush Bandhopadhya and many more.

Public consciousness based the films special appearance Indian actress Shabana Azmi [4]

The film was appreciated by film critics also film viewers and won the National Film Award of Bangladesh as best director Nargis Akter of the year 2002, with gets won total six categories.[5]

Synopsis[edit]

'Meghla' (Moushumi) a beautiful girl, and he loves with 'Moni' (Amit Hasan).Mohit's father rejects Meghla because her uncle can not provide dowry.Meghla leaves her village with broken heart.Khoybor an evil person, provokes her and tells her that he will find a job for her.Then he sells her in the market for prostitution .This is how the story begins .

Cast[edit]

  • Moushumi as…. Meghla
  • Ayub Khan as…. Jabed Ahmed
  • Amit Hasan as…. Moni
  • Shakil Khan as…. Tingku
  • Purnima as…. Rimi
  • Wasimul Bari Rajib as…. Hawlader
  • Shahidul Alam Sachchu as…. Koybar Molla
  • Ferdousi Mojimder as…. Prostitution Leader
  • Pijush Bandhopadhya as…. Baker Shakib
  • Neelam Sing as…. Jabed's girl friend
  • Syed Hasan Imam as….
  • Dolly Zahur as…. Meghla’s Aunt
  • Dildar as….Police Constable
  • Amol Bosh as….Moni’s Father
  • Jahanara Bhuyan as….
  • Probir Mitra as….Dr. Mitra
  • Anis as…. Kazi
  • Sirazul Islam as….
  • Maya Ghosh as….
  • Shabana Azmi as….Virology Doctor (Special appearance)

Awards and achievement[edit]

National Film Awards[edit]

Meghla Akash won the National Film Awards total six categories in the year of 2002.[6]

  • Winner Best screenplay : 'Nargis Aktar' 2002
  • Winner Best Actress: 'Moushumi ' 2002

Meril Prothom Alo Awards[edit]

Reception[edit]

Meghla Akash became a moderate success in the box office, but attained highly critical acclaims. Its story dealt with AIDS issue, which created consciousness among the mass.

Music[edit]

Meghla Akash films music directed by Bangladeshi famous music director Alauddin Ali. And lyrics by Mohammad Rafiquzzaman. Also playback singer’s as Mitali Mukharjee, Protik Dey, Khalid Hasan Milu and Ragob Chowdhury.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 2006 Meghla Akash (2002) Shameem Alam Dipen, accessed: 19 May 2011
  2. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 8 March 2006 Celebrating International Women's Day Nargis Akhter Empathy with women Khalid-Bin-Habib, accessed: 18 May 2011
  3. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 2 July 2010 Making Movies for a Cause Tamanna Khan, accessed: 18 May 2011
  4. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 19 December 2005 Azmi to star in Nargis' Megher Koley Roud’ Culture, accessed: 19 May 2011
  5. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 9 July 2007 Nargis Akhter talks about her latest film "Abujh Bou" Jamil Mahmud, accessed: 19 May 2011
  6. ^ Published: The Daily Star, 8 November 2010 PM to distribute film awards today BSS, Dhaka, accessed: 19 May 2011

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