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- Ammajan (English: Dear Mother) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language crime-drama film directed by Kazi Hayat and written by Monwar Hossain Dipjol. The film...
- Director and Best Screenplay for Desh Premik (1994), Best Cinematography for Ammajan (1999), and Best Director for Itihas (2002). Hayat started his career as...
- Islam 1998 Bhondo 1999 Mogher Mullok Montazur Rahman Akbar 1999 Dhor 2000 Ammajan 2000 Bidroho Chari**** Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Supporting...
- Bangladesh 1995 3 3 Sotter Mrittu Nei ৳115,000,000 Bangladesh 1996 4 4 Ammajan ৳110,000,000 Bangladesh 1999 5 5 Shanto Keno Mastan ৳105,000,000 Bangladesh...
- Dhaka and taking a break for 2 years, Jharna lastly performed in movie 'Ammajan,’ directed by Kazi Hayat. She performed in that movie in the central role...
- Protibad Protisruti Ananda Ashru Valobasar Ghor Gundar Prem Jibon Jekhane Ammajan Nirmom Bastob Mon Diyechhi Tomake Koti Takar Fokir Sukher Songsar Praner...
- and ‘Ke Amar Baba’ were released in 1998 and 1999. In 1999, the movie 'Ammajan' directed by Kazi Hayat released. The film established Manna into a permanent...
- raajkonnya Omar Sunny Kotha dao Omar Sunny Vondo baba Manna 1999 Mogher Mulluk Ammajan Rina Kazi Hayat Shabnam, Manna, Dipjol, Amin Khan 2000 Kostho ****khato...
- films until his death his in 2008, such as Shesh Khela, Khol Nayok, Dhar, Ammajan, Koshto, Bir Soinik, Kabuliwala (film) etc. Other notably successful actors...
- and ‘Ke Amar Baba’ were released in 1998 and 1999. In 1999, the movie 'Ammajan' directed by Kazi Hayat released. The film established Manna into a permanent...
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