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Sweety awaits to get release of her acted two govt-grant movies

14 November 2022
Sweety awaits to get release of her acted two govt-grant movies


Entertainment Report :
Abu Sayeed directed 'Banshi' was
celebrated model and TV actress
Tanvin Sweety starrer her debut movie. Then she took a gap from acting in the silver screen for many years. Recently she is acting in two government granted movies. These are: Jafrul Shahin directed 'Mike' and Nur-e-Alam directed 'Russel er Jonnyo Opekkha.' Few days ago, Sweety starrer and Anam Biswas
directed web film titled 'Dui Diner Duniya' was released where her acting got huge appreciation from the viewers.
Recently, Sweety has come into discussion in new way for her acting. For this reason, she has concentrated to acting rather than previous times. So, she is watching in new projects now. With the interests from the directors, Sweety has increased her interest about acting now.
While talking about acting in two government granted movies 'Mike' and 'Russel er Jonnyo Opekkha,' Sweety told this correspondent, “It is really a great luck for me to get the opportunity to act in two important movies 'Mike' and 'Russel er Jonnyo Opekkha.' I played in pivotal roles in these two movies. Basically theme and concept of these two movies made me interested to work. Director Jafrul Shahin gave cordial effort to make the movie 'Mike' successful. On the other hand, director Nur-e-Alam was also cordial to make the movie 'Russel er Jonnyo Opekkha.' It is true that now I am waiting to get release dates of these movies because audience should watch this history based movies. I have cordial gratefulness to them who were involved for making these two movies.”
Meanwhile, Tanvin Sweety is also acting in Nima Rahman directed Banglavision’s ongoing mega serial 'Gulshan Avenue Season-2.'  

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