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Old November 24, 2011, 05:36 PM
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Angry বিজয়ের মাসে বাংলাদেশের প্রেক্ষাগৃহে চলবে ভারতীয় ছবি

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‘এ যে ভারি রঙ্গ যাদু, এ যে ভারি রঙ্গ’, রঙ্গ নয়তো কী ! বেছে বেছে বিজয়ের মাস ডিসেম্বরেই কেনো বাংলাদেশের প্রেক্ষাগৃহে ভারতীয় ছবি মুক্তি চুড়ান্ত করা হলো? একে তো স্যাটেলাইটের কল্যাণে বোকা বাক্সে অবাধে দেখানো হচ্ছে ভারতীয় ছবি। এবার ধুঁকতে থাকা চলচ্চিত্র শিল্পকে বিজাতীয় করার আকাঙ্খায় প্রেক্ষাগৃহে ভারতীয় ছবি প্রদর্শণের পাঁয়তারা, তাও মহান বিজয়ের মাস ডিসেম্বরেই।

সকল যুক্তি-আপত্তি তুচ্ছ করে চলতি বছরের জুলাইতে আইনের ফাঁক দিয়ে দেশের প্রেক্ষাগৃহগুলোত প্রদর্শনের জন্য আমদানি করা হয় তিনটি ভারতীয় ছবি। ‘জোর’, ‘সংগ্রাম’ ও ‘বদলা’ নামের এ তিনটি ভারতীয় বাংলা ছবি বেশ কয়েকদিন আগে পেয়েছে সেন্সর বোর্ডের ছাড়পত্র। নির্ভরযোগ্য সূত্রে জানা গেছে, আসন্ন ডিসেম্বর থেকেই শুরু হচ্ছে একে একে ছবি তিনটি প্রেক্ষাগৃহে মুক্তি । ছবিগুলো মুক্তি দেওয়ার প্রস্তুতিও নেওয়া হয়ে গেছে। আমদানীকারক ও এজেন্টরা ভারতীয় ছবিগুলো মুক্তি দেওয়ার জন্য প্রেক্ষাগৃহ মালিকদের সঙ্গে এখন শেষ মুহূর্তের কথাবার্তা বলছেন। ঢাকা, চট্টগ্রাম, খুলনা ও যশোরের অভিজাত কয়েকটি সিনেমা হলে আগামী ২৩ ডিসেম্বর ভারতীয় বাংলা ছবি ‘জোর’ মুক্তি দেওয়ার জন্য বুকিং দেওয়াও হয়ে গেছে।

ভারতীয় ছবি প্রদর্শণের ধারাবাহিকতা বজায় রাখতে আমদানিকারক ও পরিবেশকরা আরো ৯টি ভারতীয় ছবি আমদানীর প্রক্রিয়া শুরু করে দিয়েছে। একই আইনের আওতায় অনাপত্তি পত্র পাওয়ার যোগ্য বলিউডের সুপারহিট ছবিগুলোর মধ্যে আছে দিলওয়ালা দুলহানিয়া লে জায়েঙ্গে, কুছ কুছ হোতা হ্যায়, কাভি খুশি কাভি গম, কাভি আল বিদা না কেহনা, মাই নেম ইজ খান, ওম শান্তি ওম, থ্রি ইডিয়টস ও দাবাং। শিগগিরই এসব ছবির প্রিন্ট বাংলাদেশে আসছে।

ভারতীয় ছবি আমদানি ও প্রদর্শনের ব্যাপারে শোনা যায়, নানা মুনির নানা মত। সেই প্রসঙ্গে যাওয়ার আগে দেখে নেওয়া যাক, প্রায় ৩৯ বছর পর কোন প্রক্রিয়ায় ছবিগুলো দেশে এসেছে এবং প্রেক্ষাগৃহে প্রদর্শনের পদক্ষেপ নেওয়া হয়েছে।
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Old November 24, 2011, 06:21 PM
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Does America ban UK movies in their cinema halls on independence day? And India wasn't our enemy during our independence, rather a friend. So what's the point in ur post?
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Old November 25, 2011, 10:18 AM
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What's next? selling India made toothpaste in December?

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Old November 25, 2011, 01:05 PM
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The Indianization of Bangladesh is almost complete.

Well done !!
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Old November 25, 2011, 03:08 PM
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The Indianization of Bangladesh is almost complete.

Well done !!
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Old November 25, 2011, 05:56 PM
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Does America ban UK movies in their cinema halls on independence day? And India wasn't our enemy during our independence, rather a friend. So what's the point in ur post?
America and Bangladesh are not in the same boat, if you are not aware. The US-UK and Bangladesh-India relations are hardly alike.

India was a big friend during 1971, but they quickly turned into a big brother. We are not ungrateful, but we were unwilling to take the role of a small brother. Right now, India has put dams on all our rivers. Our market is flooded with Indian goods, but anytime a Bangladeshi good begins to get market in India, the Central government had the state governments put tariffs on them. This has happened with Lucas tires and RahimAfrooz batteries, among other items.

I am all for leaving in harmony, but the other side has to reciprocate. India did not, since 1972.
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Old November 25, 2011, 07:27 PM
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America and Bangladesh are not in the same boat, if you are not aware. The US-UK and Bangladesh-India relations are hardly alike.

India was a big friend during 1971, but they quickly turned into a big brother. We are not ungrateful, but we were unwilling to take the role of a small brother. Right now, India has put dams on all our rivers. Our market is flooded with Indian goods, but anytime a Bangladeshi good begins to get market in India, the Central government had the state governments put tariffs on them. This has happened with Lucas tires and RahimAfrooz batteries, among other items.

I am all for leaving in harmony, but the other side has to reciprocate. India did not, since 1972.
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Old November 25, 2011, 10:54 PM
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America and Bangladesh are not in the same boat, if you are not aware. The US-UK and Bangladesh-India relations are hardly alike.

India was a big friend during 1971, but they quickly turned into a big brother. We are not ungrateful, but we were unwilling to take the role of a small brother. Right now, India has put dams on all our rivers. Our market is flooded with Indian goods, but anytime a Bangladeshi good begins to get market in India, the Central government had the state governments put tariffs on them. This has happened with Lucas tires and RahimAfrooz batteries, among other items.

I am all for leaving in harmony, but the other side has to reciprocate. India did not, since 1972.
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Old November 26, 2011, 01:31 AM
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Well, Hasina or Khaleda, both are same.

Indian TV channels entered Bangladesh during the times of Khaleda in the early 90's.
20 years down the line, Hasian is just helping the cause to speed up.
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Old November 26, 2011, 08:07 AM
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One of my little cousin sister has began to update her facebook status in Hindi. I'm afraid, very afraid!

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Old November 26, 2011, 08:33 AM
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^^^ if its like that back in Bangladesh then I should stop dreaming of taking my young kid back home so he could learn more about our culture.

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Old November 26, 2011, 08:36 AM
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^^^ if its like that back in Bangladesh then I should stop dreaming of taking my young kid back home so he could learn more about our culture.

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MoC bhai, these are minorities. Don't stop dreaming to take your kid to home only for these people. After all, it depends on parents how they bring up their kids
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Old November 26, 2011, 10:46 AM
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but nowadays in bangladesh, i have seen many cases where friends call each other yaar and not dost!^^^
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Old November 26, 2011, 11:30 AM
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I am all for leaving in harmony, but the other side has to reciprocate. India did not, since 1972.
What should India do about this specific case? Should India release 'Bangla Cinema' in their movie theater's during their 'Bijoyer Mash'? Would that make it even.

What does taking the role of a 'big brother' 'small brother' has to do with this? This is all about money. Because these movies are making profit in BD they are releasing them here. This is primarily a business decision, not a political one.
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Before pointing fingers at others we should look at ourselves first. How many of us have actually went to cinema hall to see Shakib khan, Rojina, Onju Ghosh dancing? I know I didnt. This is 2011 not 1911.This is the time for survival of the fittest. If Bangla cinema cant compete with Indian cinema then it should run out of business. Its not like general people have no access to watch Hindi movies.

Indian markets are flooded with Indian products. Did we ever wonder Why? Because there is tremendous demand of Indian products in Bangladesh. Indian Shari na porle amader meyeder mon kharap hoye jai, Indian peaj na thakle amader ranna theme jai, Indian TV serials na dekhle amader apu der adda jome na, Katrina aar Karina der na dekhle seleder mon vore na Rojina, Onju Ghosh marka nayika der diye.

We need to change ourselves first before pointing fingers at Hasina, Khaleda. Look at the Indians. They will use Indian products despite having the access of many alternatives. Thats why you see majority of cars that are on Indian streets are made by Tata.
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Thats why you see majority of cars that are on Indian streets are made by Tata.
wrong. tata is a bit player in the passenger car market which is dominated by maruti (fully owned by suzuki), hyundai etc.

Indian consumers are suckers for VFM, country of origin does not matter. which is why we have a major deficit wrt china.
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