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Tasnia Farin’s silver screen debut postponed

21 November 2022
Tasnia Farin’s silver screen debut postponed


Entertainment Report :
Bangladesh’s popular actress of tele-fiction and web series Tasnia Farin was
all set to make her silver screen debut with the Tollywood movie titled 'Aaro Ek Prithibi' on December 2. However, the release date of the movie has now been postponed. Atanu Ghosh, director of the movie, announced the news through his official Facebook account.
He wrote: “Just like the twists in the plot of a film, there is also a twist in our film's release. There will be a lot of films released in Kolkata in the upcoming two months. Apart from this, due to the film festivals, regular screening will be stopped at the major theatres of Kolkata. That is why I want to postpone the release date of 'Aaro Ek Prithibi.' The new release date will be announced soon.”
Besides Tasnia Farin, the movie 'Aaro Ek Prithibi' also casts Kaushik Ganguly, Anindita Bose, Shaheb Bhattacherjee, among others.

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