Published: November 1, 2023, 10:13 PM
Md Tamzidul Alam’s Poran, and Muhammad Quayum’s Kura Pokkhir Shunne Ura have been jointly announced as winners in the `Best Film` category in National Film Award 2022.
The Information and Broadcasting Ministry issued a gazette notification announcing the names of recipients for the National Film Award 2022 on Tuesday (October 31).
Eminent artists Kamrul Alam Khan Khasru and Rawshan Ara Ranu, Rozina have been honoured with the `Lifetime Achievement Award` for their contributions to the film industry.
Every year, the government honours artists in various categories, for their contributions to the film industry.
The award is considered to be the most prestigious prize given for films in Bangladesh.
Thirty-three awards will be given in 27 categories this year.
Chanchal Chowdhury received the best actor award in the lead role (male) for the film `Hawa` while Joya Ahsan and Rikita Nandini Shimu jointly got the award for the best actress in the lead role (female) for the film `The Beauty Circus` and `Shimu` respectively.
The `Best Director` prize will go to Syeda Rubaiyat Hossain, for "Shimu".
`Ghore Fera`, directed by SM Kamrul Ahsan, won the award in the best short film category, while Bangabandhu and Dhaka University` got the award for the best documentary category.
The award for the best-supporting role award went to Nasir Uddin Khan for the film “Poran” while Afsana Mimi won the best supporting actress award for the film ` Paap Punya`.
Subhashis Bhowmik was awarded best actor in a negative role for the film `Deshantor`. Deepu Imam got the award for comedy in the film `Operation Sundarban’.
Muntaha Amelia won the best child artiste award for the film `Birotto`, while a special award in the children division went to Farzina Akter for the film ` Kura Pokkhir Shunne Ura`.
Ripon Khan (Mahmudul Islam Khan) bagged the best music director`s award for the `Paayer Chhap` film. Bappa Mazumder and Chandan Sinha jointly won the award in the best singer (male) category for `E mon bhije jay` song in Operation Sundarban film and ‘Thikanabihin tomake’ in Hridita film.
The best singer (female) award went to Atia Akhtar Anisha for ‘E Shohorer Pothey Pothey’ from the ‘Paayer Chhap’ film.
The best lyricist award went to Rabiul Islam (Jibon) for the `Dhire Dhire Tor Shopne’ song of the `Poran` film.
Shouquat Ali Imon won the best composer award for the film `Paayer Chhap`.
Faridur Reza Sagar and Khorshed Alam jointly won the best story writer award for ‘Damal’ and ‘Golui’ respectively.
The other award winners are: Mohammad Abdul Qayyum (screenwriter), SA Haque Alik (dialogue), Sujan Mahmud (best editing), Himadri Barua (best art direction), Asaduzzaman Mojnu (best cinematographer), Ripon Nath (sound designer), Tansina Shawon (costume and design) and Md Khokon Molla (best makeup artists).