Although it has been almost 10 months since the opening of the theater, no such film has come to the cinema hall. In the first two months of 2021, only three films have been released in the theaters. The pictures are – ‘Why Terrorist’, ‘Painter: The Lafanga’ and ‘Love Like Crazy’. There was not much discussion about the films. As a result, some of the old movies are still going on. Due to the Corona epidemic last year, the release date of many movies was delayed. Because the theater was closed at that time. Even after that, everyone saw a lot of hope in the new year. But even this year, the industry could not turn around in the first two months. However, around the month of March, the filmmakers are seeing the light of hope again. There are multiple movies on the release list during the current (March) month of independence. The list includes the producers and directors of the films ‘Tumi Ach Tumi Nei’, ‘Spark’, ‘Alatchakra’, ‘Gantavya’ and ‘Priyo Kamala’. The films have also received clearance from the Bangladesh Film Censor Board. But how much will these pictures be able to draw viewers. All the pictures are story based. The kind of pictures that the viewers go to see in the cinema halls in Bangladesh will be able to attract the viewers. That is the turn to see now. ‘Tumi Ach Tumi Nei’ directed by Delwar Jahan Jhantu will be released on March 12. Director Delwar Jahan Jhantu said, “I am releasing on March 12. There are no new pictures in the movie hall. In the absence of new pictures, the hall owners have not been able to continue with the old pictures for a long time. They are looking at the new picture. I am releasing the film within one to one and a half months after the shooting. I have started the work of booking the hall. ‘Dighi, Asif Imroz, Amir Siraj, Simi Islam and others have acted in the film. The three films ‘Spark’, ‘Alatachakra’ and ‘Gantavya’ will be released in cinemas across the country on March 19. Taukir Ahmed, the director of ‘Spark’, said that the film is being released after a quick shooting. “The film was supposed to be released earlier,” he said. But the shooting could not be completed at the right time due to Corona. So instead of finishing the shooting, I am releasing it after finishing the next work of production. ‘Alat Chakra’ based on the novel of Ahmed Shafar received a grant from the Government of Bangladesh for the year 2017-18. The director of the film Habibur Rahman said, this is the first 3D film shot in Bengali language. The shooting ended in 2019. It was supposed to be released in 2020, but was delayed due to Corona. The director said, “The release has been delayed. March marks the 50th anniversary of independence. Jaya Ahsan, Ahmed Rubel, Azad Abul Kalam and others have acted in the film. Inspired by Bangabandhu’s historic speech on March 7, Aranya Palash has made the movie ‘Destination’. It is scheduled to be released across the country on March 19. That is what the producer of the movie Anwar Azad said. He said, I was associated with this movie from the very beginning. My idea is to collaborate with those who want to make new movies. To be associated with them from that thought. The movie has stumbled several times, but it is now on its way to release. Regarding the release of the movie, Anwar Azad further said that the movie ‘Destination’ will have its world television premiere on March 18.