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Tasnia Farin set to make big screen debut on Dec 2

12 November 2022
Tasnia Farin set to make big screen debut on Dec 2

Entertainment Report :
Popular actress Tasnia Farin
starrer her debut movie, which trailer was released last
Wednesday. The 'Ladies & Gentlemen' famed this television actress played the central character in Atanu Ghosh directed movie titled 'Aaro Ek Prithibi,' which is scheduled to release on December 2.
The story of 'Aaro Ek Prithibi' revolves around four expatriate Bangalis who find themselves
converging in their search of finding a place they can call home.
The trailer revealed that Protikkha (Tasnia Farin) being on the run
since an early age of 11 and
her journey of finding herself
a home brings her to London.
The four Bangali expatriates will be played by Indian actors Kaushik Ganguly, Saheb Bhattacharya, Anindita Basu with Tasnia Farin being the only Bangladeshi actor. The shooting of the movie was
done in the UK.
Tasnia Farin informed that recently she attended the Dhallywood Awards which was held in the USA. She also visited the UK where she had shooting for her debut movie titled 'Aaro Ek Prithibi.'
Tasnia Farin’s most anticipated on-screen role will be for
'Karagar - Part 2,' the actress said.

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