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Three Bangladeshi actors shine at Filmfare Awards Bangla

Jaya Ahsan gets the award for the fourth time
Staff Correspondent
31 Mar 2024 19:35:14 | Update: 31 Mar 2024 19:35:14
Three Bangladeshi actors shine at Filmfare Awards Bangla
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In a celebration of talent and cinematic excellence, the prestigious Joy Filmfare Awards Bangla-2024 honoured three Bangladeshi actors for their outstanding performances in the world of Tollywood cinema.

Jaya Ahsan, a seasoned veteran, clinched the Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Female) award for her stellar performance in "Ardhangini," marking her fourth win at the esteemed event.

Overjoyed by her achievement, Ahsan expressed her gratitude to the Filmfare authorities, her colleagues, and supporters in a heartfelt Facebook post.

Tasnia Farin, making her mark in the industry, received her inaugural Filmfare Award for Best Debut Actress for her role in "Aro Ek Prithib." Meanwhile, Shohel Mondol was recognized as the Best Debut Actor for his impressive portrayal in "Mayar Jonjal."

The glitzy ceremony, held at the ITC Royal Bengal in Kolkata, witnessed the convergence of talent from both Bangladesh and West Bengal, with Jaya Ahsan, Tasnia Farin, Aupee Karim, Shohel Mondol, and Mahtim Shakib among the nominees.

Ahsan's nominations included Best Actress in a Leading Role for "Dawshom Awbotaar" and another nod for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for "Ardhangini." Tasnia Farin was also recognised for her debut film, "Aaro Ek Prithibi," earning nominations for Best Actress (Critics) and Best Debutant (Female).

Aupee Karim earned her nomination in the Best Actress (Critics) category for "Mayar Jonjal," while Shohel Mondol's performance in the same film secured him a nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male).

Additionally, Mahtim Shakib's rendition of "Tumi Jantei Paronna" from "Cheeni-2" earned him a nomination for Best Playback Singer.

The awards ceremony not only celebrated outstanding performances but also highlighted the growing influence and talent exchange between Bangladesh and West Bengal in the realm of cinema.