Krishnopokkho' screened at Geneva International Film Festival

Krishnopokkho’ screened at Geneva International Film Festival


Culture Desk

Krishnopokkho, a film adaptation of a novel by the late legendary writer Humayun Ahmed, was screened at the closing ceremony of Geneva International Film Festival, which took place in Switzerland on Sunday.

It is the first film directed by Meher Afroz Shaon, wife of late Humayun Ahmed, and produced by Impress Telefilm Ltd.

The film was screened at the Grotholi Cinema Hall at 4pm (local time). Krishnopokkho stars Riaz and Mahiya Mahi in the leading roles.

The festival started on April 11 and commenced till yesterday. 80 full-length films and 30 documentaries from 30 different countries were screened in four cinema halls during the festival.

This year, the managing director of Impress Telefilm, Faridur Reza Sagar; his wife Kona Reza; and Channel i director of sales and marketing, Ibne Hasan Khan took part in the 11th edition of the Geneva Festival.

M Shameem Ahsan, ambassador of Bangladesh mission in Geneva and deputy ambassador M Nazrul Islam were invited at the screening of the film.



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