34th Bangladesh National Film Awards

The 34th National Film Awards, presented by Ministry of Information, Bangladesh to felicitate the best of Bangladeshi Cinema released in the year 2009. The government announced the names of 28 artistes in 26 categories for the National Film Award in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the country's film industry. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina gave away the awards to the artistes.[1][2] From this year, Government decided to give lifetime achievement award and Sultana Zaman was the first recipient of the award.[3]

34th Bangladesh National Film Awards
Awarded forBest of bangladeshi cinema in 2009
Awarded byPresident of Bangladesh
Presented byMinistry of Information
Announced on21 July 2011
Presented on23 July 2011
SiteDhaka, Bangladesh
Hosted byRiaz and Shomi Kaiser
Official websitemoi.gov.bd
Best FilmMonpura
Best ActorFerdous Ahmed and Chanchal Chowdhury
Gangajatra and Monpura
Best ActressSadika Parvin Popy
Lifetime achievementSultana Zaman
Most awardsGangajatra (8)
Television coverage

List of winners edit

A Total of 28 awards in 26 categories were given in this year.

Merit awards edit

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Film Anjan Chowdhury Monpura
Best Director Syed Wahiduzzaman Diamond Gangajatra
Best Actor Ferdous Ahmed
Chanchal Chowdhury
Best Actress Sadika Parvin Popy Gangajatra
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Shahidul Alam Sachchu Britter Baire
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nipun Akter Chader Moto Bou
Best Actor in a Negative Role Mamunur Rashid Monpura
Best Actor in a Comic Role A.T.M. Shamsuzzaman Mon Bose Na Porar Table-e
Best Child Artist Syeda Sabrina Gangajatra
Best Music Director Alam Khan Ebadot
Best Music Composer Kumar Biswajit Swami-Strir Wada
Best Lyrics Kabir Bakul Ekta Chad Chara Raat (Swami-Strir Wada)
Best Male Playback Singer Kumar Biswajit Ekta Chad Chara Raat (Swami-Strir Wada)
Best Female Playback Singer Krishnokoli and Chondona Majumder Sonaro Palonker Ghore (Monpura)[4][5]

Merit Awards edit

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Story Syed Wahiduzzaman Diamond Gangajatra
Best Dialogue Mujtoba Soud Chader Moto Bou
Best Screenplay Giasuddin Selim Monpura
Best Cinematography Mahfuzur Rahman Khan Britter Baire
Best Art Director Mohammad Kalantor Gangajatra
Best Editing Junayed Halim Britter Baire
Best Sound Recording Sujan Mahmud Britter Baire
Best Costume Design Dilip Singh Gangajatra
Best Makeup Khalilur Rahman Gangajatra[4][5]

Special Awards edit

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Lifetime Achievement Award Sultana Zaman[3]
Best Child Artist (Special) Zarkan Priyotomeshu

Event edit

The whole ceremony was divided into three segment. First, speech of the guests, second award giving and third, cultural program. First two segment were anchored by Dewan Saidur and Shamim Khan. Cultural segment was anchored by Riaz and Shomi Kaiser. In this segment, folk singer Momtaz, Kumar Biswajit, Shakila Zafar and Ankhi Alamgir sang songs for the audience. Shakib Khan-Apu Biswas, Ferdous Ahmed-Moushumi, Mamnun Hasan Emon-Shaina Amin, and Nirob-Sharika performed in the Dhallywood soundtrack. A.T.M. Shamsuzzaman performed in a single act drama. Artists of Bangladesh Shilpakola Academy had two dance performance that night.[4]

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ কাল জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার প্রদান অনুষ্ঠান. Daily Prothom Alo (in Bengali). 22 July 2011. Archived from the original on 15 January 2020. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
  2. ^ জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার-২০০৯ ঘোষণা – প্রধানমন্ত্রী হস্তান্তর করবেন কাল. Daily Sangram (in Bengali). 22 July 2011. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
  3. ^ a b একজন সুলতানা জামান. The Daily Janakantha (in Bengali). 28 July 2011. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  4. ^ a b c Nur A Sadia (28 July 2011). জাতীয় চলচ্চিত্র পুরস্কার ২০০৯. The Daily Janakantha. Archived from the original on 3 October 2015. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  5. ^ a b "National Film Awards 2009 : "Ganga Jatra" and "Monpura" shine". Priyo News. 25 July 2011. Archived from the original on 25 November 2015. Retrieved 18 October 2015.

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