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'Damal' to hit theatres in 15 US cities Nov 18

16 November 2022
'Damal' to hit theatres in 15 US cities Nov 18

Entertainment Desk :
Popular filmmaker Raihan Rafi’s latest movie 'Damal,' which was inspired by the true story of the Swadhin Bangla Football Team from the 1971 Liberation War era, is set to hit US theatres
on November 18.
The movie will be released in 15 cities across the USA including New York’s Jamaica Multiplex, North Hollywood and San Francisco in California, Dallas and Houston in Texas, Baltimore, Chicago, Orlando, Miami, Detroit, Reno and Portland.  On December 2, the movie will be screened in 50
cinema halls of Regal Cinema Hall, Harkins Theatres and Cinemark Theatres, said Raj Hamid, CEO of Bioscope Films. Advance ticket sales have already begun, he added.
He further said, “We promoted the film 'Damal' while Raihan Rafi’s 'Poran' was running in the USA. I hope this movie will create a stir in the USA.” 'Damal' was released across Bangladeshon October 28.  The movie stars Siam Ahmed, Sariful Raaz, Bidya Sinha Mim, Sumit Sen Gupta, Shahnaz Sumi, Intekhab Dinar, among others.

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