13 hi-tech parks with Cineplex’s in two years: Palak

DHAKA State Minister for Information and

Communication Technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak today said that the ICT

division has plans to set up Cineplex's in the high tech parks across the

country.

Movie is one of the best media for healthy entertainment. In order to

provide the youth with healthy and sound entertainment, the ICT division will

establish Cineplex's in the 13 under-construction hi-tech parks across the

country, a press release issued here quoted Palak.

He made the remarks while addressing as chief guest at the inauguration of

the weeklong film festival to mark the 48th birth anniversary of 90's

heartthrob Actor Salman Shah.

The film festival titled 'Birth Celebration of Salman Shah -2019' was

arranged by 'Dhuli Communications 'at city's Madhumita Cinema Hall.

The state minister recalled the iconic movie star by saying, Salman Shah

was an inspiration, and an icon to follow for usHis heartbreaking

departure was too early for his followers and admirers.

His absence was never fulfilled but always felt The Bangla movie

industry would have reached greater heights if he had been here among us,

Palak added

The state minister expressed his hope that the film festival will play a

vital role in spreading his creativity and excellence in performance through

generations.

Actor Sakib Khan, vice chairman of TM Films and Gaan Bangla Television

Farzana Munni, chairman of Bangladesh Cholochchitra Sangbadik Samity

(BACHSAS) Falguni Hamid and convener of the programme Nipu Barua also spoke

at the function.

Salman Shah was born on September 19, 1971 in Sylhet. He made his silver

screen debut in 1993 through Sohanur Rahman Sohan directed film 'Keyamat

Theke Keyamat'.

The actor won the hearts of thousands of film lovers across the country

for his acting and style.

He died on September 6, 1996.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)