The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006) Classic

The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006)

During the Irish War of Independence, two brothers team up to fight a guerrilla war against British forces.

Only Fools and Horses (1981 - 2003) Classic Review

Only Fools and Horses (1981 - 2003)

Only Fools and Horses is a British television sitcom created and written by John Sullivan. Seven series were originally broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom from 1981 to 1991, with nine periodic Christmas specials until its end in 2003.

AB's Return After 2 years DESHI GRAPEVINE

AB's Return After 2 years

Legendary singer-musician Ayub Bachchu recently released the music video for his new song. Directed by Monju Ahmed, the song has been penned down by M. S. Rana and tuned by Jiya Khan.
  • The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006)

    During the Irish War of Independence, two brothers team up to fight a guerrilla war against British forces.

  • Inferno

    When the famous professor Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital unaware with amnesia, he along with a doctor race across Europe to outwit a deadly global conspiracy.

  • Dear Zindagi

    A budding cinematographer in search of a perfect life encounters with a psychiatrist, an unconventional thinker who helps her gain a new perspective on life.

  • Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

    What are your feelings after getting the Celebrating Life- Lifetime Achievement Award?

  • ASADUZZAMAN NOOR’S Tribute to a Young Martyr

    I am dedicating this speech to a young man who selflessly sacrificed his life for his friends, Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain.

  • Vote of Thanks by CEO of Standard Chartered Bangladesh, Abrar A. Anwar

    We at Standard Chartered Bank have always endeavoured to stay with positive reinforcement on Youth and the Bangladeshi Culture...

  • In Memory of Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain

    In Memory of Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain

  • Celebrating Life 2016 - Film Winners

    I am absolutely delighted to know that I got this award. Since I pursued this career option on my own interest, I had a lot to prove to myself and to the people that believed in me.

  • Celebrating Life 2016 - Lyric Winners

    This is my third time getting an award for Celebrating Life. While the excitement of getting an award for the first time is not quite there, I am really grateful for this nonetheless at this always provides a huge boost to me and my career.

  • Celebrating Life 2016 - Photography Winners

    I have been doing photography simply out of passion and so to win an award for something that I love makes me feel elated. I never really expected to actually be rewarded for my efforts.


    The Gala night of the Celebrating Life Award 2016 came to an end with nine winners in the category of film, lyric and photography.

  • Celebrating Life 2016 - A Tribute to True Talents

    By far, Celebrating Life is the only competition in Bangladesh dedicated to bringing out the unsung talents from across the nation in terms of films, photography and lyrics.

  • The Child (2005)

    A young couple finds a new source of money through their newborn son, after having living off the woman's income.

  • Jane Got a Gun

    In the New Mexico Territory circa 1871, a woman is forced to ask the help of her ex-lover to save her outlaw husband from a gang out to murder him.

  • Shivaay

    A lionhearted Himalayan mountaineer who is also a responsible and loving father of a nine year old daughter Gaura.

  • Scarlett Johansson to Star in “Tangerine”

    Actress Scarlett Johansson will be seen in the upcoming film “Tangerine”, by Imperative Entertainment.

  • John Abraham’s Upcoming Marathi Venture

    Actor John Abraham is all set to make his Marathi production debut with film “Fugay”.

  • Ian Harding Joins “Office Uprising”

    “Pretty Little Liar” actor Ian Harding has joined the cast for the upcoming zombie film “Office Uprising”.

  • Chitrangda Singh to Start Shooting for “Band of Maharajas”

    Actress Chitrangda Singh is set for finishing shooting for her upcoming film “Band of Maharajas”, this month.

  • Parineeti Chopra Confirmed for “Golmaal 4”

    Actress Parineeti Chopra will be starring in the upcoming sequel to Rohit Shetty's popular franchise “Golmaal 4”. The movie is slated for release early next year.

  • Frank Grillo to Star in Upcoming Biopic “Last Don Standing”

    Frank Grillo will be starring in the upcoming film “Last Don Standing”, produced by Dan Pearson. Grillo will be portraying Ralph Natale, the Philadelphia mob boss turned federal witness, in the film.

  • Mithila's New Telefilm

    Actress Mithila will be seen in an upcoming telefilm, titled “Chirkut er Shobdo” that will have Mithila star alongside Siam.

  • Curtains Close for Folk Fest 2016

    This year, the 2nd Dhaka International Folk Festival proved to be a great success, yet again. With over sixty folk singers and musicians from six countries, the musical nights were graced by thousands of mesmerized audience. We are proud to share with you some of the photographs of the guest performers and hope that the initiative continues successfully in the years to come.

  • Tanvir TareQ's Upcoming Music Video

    Singer Tanvir Tareq will be releasing a music video for his new single “Tomar Kichuta Jani”.



  • A Chat With Owned

    Owned is more like an extended family to us. We hang out, jam, make songs and love what we do. We are not here to make a difference in the music scene, we want to keep on making good music as long as we like to.

  • Robert Bresson

    Robert Bresson was a film director known for his spiritual and ascetic direction styles. Born at Bromont-Lamothe, France, the son of Marie-Élisabeth and Léon Bresson, Bresson was educated at Lycée Lakanal, close to Paris, and turned to painting right after his graduation.

  • Shakib Khan Sheds Weight for Upcoming Film

    Actor Shakib Khan has shed 20 pounds for his upcoming film “Nawab”. He will be seen portraying a completely different role in this film.


    Are you an entertainment enthusiast? Do you keep track of the grape vines in the media?

  • Ferdausi Majumdar - Tale of the Thespian

    The days were dark and fear lurked at the corners of the patriotic Bengali hearts. During that time, under the Pakistani military dictatorship, presentation of the Bengali culture in any form beckoned trouble. In this gloomy period, it was out of sheer valour, that the handful of Bengali artists, including Ferdausi Majumdar, took it upon themselves to fight the “artistic” war, daringly. Some were unable to overcome that fear, but many did so, in their own faithful ways. This is the tale of one such female warrior. Despite having a strict religious father, she embraced the stage as a performer and did her best to support the cause. Even though the latitude to perform was vague, she availed whatever opportunity there was and pursued her passion for plays. Ferdausi Majumdar also acted in the first drama that was aired on Bangladesh Television (BTV). We are proud to announce that she will be awarded in the upcoming gala night of Celebrating Life 2016 with a lifetime achievement award for her immense contributions.