Salman Shah birth anniversary: Weeklong film screenings at Modhumita

Bangla Tribune Report
Published : 21:19, Sep 20, 2019 | Updated : 22:14, Sep 20, 2019

A seven-day film screening is being held at Modhumita cinema hall to commemorate the birth anniversary of iconic actor Salman Shah.
Organised by Dhooli Communications, six of the most popular films of the beloved actor will be screened from Sept 20 to Sept 26.
The program was inauguratd by actor Shakib Khan in a star studded event on Thursday (Sept 20).
State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Zunaid Ahmed Palak was also present at the innauguration.
Three out of the five screenings of Salman Shah’s first movie and 1993 box office smash hit ‘Keyamat Theke Keyamat,’ were houseful on the first day of the celebration on Friday (Sept 20).
The second day of the film on Saturday (Sept 21) will feature four screenings of ‘Tomake Chai’ at 12pm, 3pm, 6pm and 8:45pm. Tickets are priced at Tk 100 and 150.
The films starred actor Shabnur opposite Salman and was undoubtedly one of his most popular films.
“Tomake Chai is the most super hit film in Salman Shah’s small but varied and successful career,” said Dhooli Communications Managing Director Mahmood Manzoor.
Saying that all the songs of the 1996 film were box office hits, he added, “We are confident that even after all these years, Modhumita cinema hall will burst with audience on Saturday.”
The program presented by TM Films will also screen ‘Mayer Odhikar’ on Sept 22, ‘Chawa Theke Pawa’ on Sept 23, ‘Shwapner Prithibi’ on Sept 24, ‘Tumi Amar’ on Sept 25, and ‘Ontore Ontore’ on Sept 26.
In his career of three years, Salman Shah acted in 27 films that brought him unprecedented popularity and commercial success.
Arguably one of the most popular and beloved 90s actor, he died in 1996 under mysterious circumstances.