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Mas_UK25
November 3, 2017, 12:29 PM
Bangladesh telefims are so nice and miles better than the films/cinema, I'm kind of hooked to it lately, watch least one every other day, and I have so many liked ones and am sure you too so share your BD telefilm/drama and comment about it on this thread, here.


I'll start with this, because this was one recent one I saw which kind of lead to being more into the telefilms...
Saw this Telefilm. Instantly kind of fell in love with this Pahari girl (on the right of the screen) from the Chittagong Hill tracts, who was a winner of a beauty contest out of the indigenous people.


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This Telefilm, shot the Chittagong Hill Tracts quite nicely, and it looks beautiful. But there so much more to explore, get into, these areas are some of it, I think BD gov and tourism boards need to go deeper, build a city around the major mountains there, bring some them out of dark to live in more close to modern 2017 ways, tourism is getting bigger each year so need to facilitate the tourist from around the Desh.

Mas_UK25
November 3, 2017, 12:56 PM
Boro Chele
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Deep, heart touching emotiona, sad, warm, sweet, got everything in the story, telefilm, nice song too. One of the best telefilm ever and look at the views numbers. must be the most for any drama/telefilm in Asia. Brilliantly acted by Apurba and the actress. Apurba, who I think is the Banglar Shahrukh Khan, highly talented but underrated and should be in BD film industry, as film medium is more wider/bigger, likes of him can change it for better. If it had English subtitle, then everyone could've understood.

Mas_UK25
November 3, 2017, 01:07 PM
This is quite funny, in Dhakaiya Dialect mostly (I think). Just Like Apurba above. I think this dude in this Telefilm, Afran Nisho who I think is the Banglar Akshay Kumar. Should be in BD film, because both these are super versatile, talented and have the ingredients, looks, height, to be get into film medium. I don't know what BD film directors doing, these super talented guys with proper hero type looks with the acting abilities, are not been looked at for films, hence BD film industry is rubbish, poor foresight, not enough wise visions from the film makers. If I was a director, film maker I'd make my first two films with Afran Nisho and Apurba, both fine actors, very versatile, both I'm a big fan of.

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Shingara
November 3, 2017, 04:34 PM
Miya tumi faizlamir jayga powa na, ek okkhor Bangala vujo na, abar aiso telefilm niye thread khultey ?

Mas_UK25
November 3, 2017, 09:13 PM
Miya tumi faizlamir jayga powa na, ek okkhor Bangala vujo na, abar aiso telefilm niye thread khultey ?

Don’t make me report you. Ignorant idiot.

iDumb
November 4, 2017, 12:14 AM
Don’t make me report you. Ignorant idiot.

You should report that ..very inappropriate comment

simon
November 4, 2017, 02:13 PM
Yes, that pahari girl is adorable

Afran Nisho is the most versatile actor of recent times

Here is one natok I watched recently which I liked, it's about corruption in BD, the story,dialogues were pretty good.
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I liked aynabaji series, specially these two

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Shingara
November 4, 2017, 05:24 PM
Don’t make me report you. Ignorant idiot.

Ken, shotti kotha bolley gaye lagey?

mufi_02
November 4, 2017, 06:01 PM
Ken, shotti kotha bolley gaye lagey?

Why does he need to read Bangla to watch natoks/telefilms. He clearly enjoys them and sharing it with others. I haven’t seen any natoks lately and was going through his and others’ list to watch some good ones over the weekend.

Ajeira khuchani bondho koren.

Share more MasUk. What is you fav natok to come out in last few years?

iDumb
November 4, 2017, 08:36 PM
Ken, shotti kotha bolley gaye lagey?

do you know him personally or in physical world? Why after already making a stupid comment where he clearly showed and quiet respectfully i should add that he didn't appreciate your comment, do you instead of apologizing go even further?

you are an imbecile

Roy_1
November 4, 2017, 10:07 PM
I watched a couple of Natoks on YouTube sometimes back and really liked it, one of them was aim in life and the other one I forgot the name but a real funny one.

DinRaat.
November 4, 2017, 11:26 PM
I am not a born Bangladeshi, I`ll say that I don't really like natoks to be honest.But I did like Monpura that was not that bad.

adamnsu
November 5, 2017, 03:40 AM
I love Bangladeshi comedy natoks. A lot of natoks end in the same way where the ending is left to the imagination of the viewer which I think is a nice touch.Also natoks tend to carry a moral message too.

Goru Chor is a favourite of mine. House Full and 69 are of the same family life theme and nice. Dainik Talpar is hilarious too.

Sadly foreign entertainment has more power over Natoks and the younger generation doesn’t watch natok these days in Bangladesh.

DinRaat.
November 5, 2017, 04:58 AM
I love Bangladeshi comedy natoks. A lot of natoks end in the same way where the ending is left to the imagination of the viewer which I think is a nice touch.Also natoks tend to carry a moral message too.

Goru Chor is a favourite of mine. House Full and 69 are of the same family life theme and nice. Dainik Talpar is hilarious too.

Sadly foreign entertainment has more power over Natoks and the younger generation doesn’t watch natok these days in Bangladesh.

Too much Star Jalsha and Zee Bangla.

adamnsu
November 5, 2017, 04:35 PM
Too much Star Jalsha and Zee Bangla.

For the younger generations from English backgrounds I see it is more due to English channels and sports.

Shingara
November 6, 2017, 06:42 PM
Sorry mas.
Try Oyomoy, Baker bhai or Khadok.

Jadukor
November 27, 2017, 02:53 PM
The best natok i can remember is the horror natok by Humyun Ahmed based on Misir Ali. The one where the dead husband keeps calling this girl every friday night. That natok scared the hell out of me and my whole family. Especially the ending with the kodom ful. I wonder if its available somewhere on the internet.

Zeeshan
November 29, 2017, 09:24 AM
LMAO!!!

The funny thing is Shingara's comment is the only one I enjoyed amongst all the bland and inauthentic posts...lol

This is why Shingara is on my list. Everytime I post something and I see his name as the last one, my heart skips a beat or two.

One wonders if the attempt to thwart Shingara's apparent ad hominem a genuine part out of love, kindness and affection or simply a residual of bully mentality stemming from underground clique of an abhorrent thirst for blood of addiction to choke someone and shut him or her down ex cathedra back seat moderator for one's own self-satisfaction. Makes you wonder huh?

You don't need to put one down to make others feel better. That's not a skillful act either. Hows that for fake news, puto?

Zeeshan
November 29, 2017, 09:27 AM
Sorry mas.
Try Oyomoy, Baker bhai or Khadok.

I wonder if YouTube has Eishob Dinratri. Nowadays the Bangla dramas are unwatchable imho.

I bet top three of all the dramas ever produced were by H. Ahmed.

I still remember the total badas--ery of Nur's character to play chess without queen.

And who can forget the betrayal in Kothau Keu Nei.

The man was a genius. Hands down.

Zeeshan
November 29, 2017, 09:37 AM
The best natok i can remember is the horror natok by Humyun Ahmed based on Misir Ali. The one where the dead husband keeps calling this girl every friday night. That natok scared the hell out of me and my whole family. Especially the ending with the kodom ful. I wonder if its available somewhere on the internet.

I HATED that film. The sound effects too. Gross. And back in the days we used to have to old fashioned rotary phones with strong ringtones. And I didn't sleep that night, man.

Zeeshan
November 29, 2017, 02:54 PM
jau ekta tothapeer refrence mere dilam ekta...

Nocturnal
November 29, 2017, 10:40 PM
The best natok i can remember is the horror natok by Humyun Ahmed based on Misir Ali. The one where the dead husband keeps calling this girl every friday night. That natok scared the hell out of me and my whole family. Especially the ending with the kodom ful. I wonder if its available somewhere on the internet.

ONNYO BHUBONER SHEY
Suborna Mustafa, Bulbul Ahmed, Abul Hayat

https://youtu.be/V6kJbNNlBZA

simon
November 30, 2017, 01:57 PM
you guys are still in BTV era or what ?
But it is amazing to see in the late 80s Humayun A. made sci fi or ghost related natoks.

Jadukor
November 30, 2017, 02:01 PM
ONNYO BHUBONER SHEY
Suborna Mustafa, Bulbul Ahmed, Abul Hayat

https://youtu.be/V6kJbNNlBZA

OMG! You found it!!! Thanks so much!!!!

Zeeshan
February 20, 2018, 01:33 PM
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