Koshai (Bengali: কসাই, transl. "butcher") is a 1980 Bangladeshi film directed by Amjad Hossain.[1] It stars Rozina, Bobita, Alamgir, Kabari, and Jashim. It won four National Film Awards: Best Supporting Actress (Rozina), Best Music Director (Alauddin Ali), Best Male Playback Singer (Syed Abdul Hadi), and Best Female Playback Singer (Sabina Yasmin).

Koshai
Directed byAmjad Hossain
Produced byAmjad Hossain
Starring
Music byAlauddin Ali
Release date
1980
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBengali

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MusicEdit

Release and receptionEdit

The film was screened at the 1980 Moscow International Film Festival.[1]

Writing in 2002, filmmaker Zakir Hossain Raju described Koshai as one of the films of the period that, "bubble with social criticism and satire, which were virtually non-existent earlier".[2]

AwardsEdit

Bangladesh National Film Awards 1980

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b আনত্মর্জাতিক পরিমন্ডলে বাংলাদেশের সিনেমা [Bangladesh Cinema in the International Arena]. Anando Alo. Retrieved 2016-05-20.
  2. ^ Raju, Zakir Hossain (2002). "Bangladesh: A Defiant Survivor". In Vasudev, Aruna; Padgaonkar, Latika; Doraiswamy, Rashmi (eds.). Being & Becoming: The Cinemas of Asia. MacMillan. p. 16. ISBN 0333-93820-8.
  3. ^ Milu, Kamruzzaman (2018-12-21). হাল ছাড়েননি রোজিনা [Rozina did not give up]. Manab Zamin (in Bengali).
  4. ^ "Of songs and a shining star". The Daily Star. 2020-08-10.
  5. ^ Mizan, Mahfuz (2019-05-31). "Veteran Virtuoso: Syed Abdul Hadi in focus". New Age.
  6. ^ Milu, Kamruzzaman (2012-09-04). জন্মদিনে সাবিনা: মেয়ে বাঁধনকে নিয়ে ঘুরছি সারাদিন [Sabina on her birthday: I've been hanging out with my daughter Bandhan all day]. Banglanews24.com (in Bengali).

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