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New short film series on iflix

  • Published at 08:34 pm February 9th, 2019
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Cast and crew of new iflix series 'Ushnotar Notun Golpo' during its launching ceremony | Courtesy

The iflix web series is a collection of four 15 minute films, titled 'Ushnotar Notun Golpo'

Video streaming platform iflix, in partnership with Bengal Classic Tea (a new brand of City Group), announced the launch of a new series of original short films in Bangladesh on Thursday. The series is a collection of four 15 minute films, titled “Ushnotar Notun Golpo.” Subscribers can stream or download the short films every Thursday, exclusively on iflix. 

“Ushnotar Notun Golpo” includes works from the country’s four prominent film-makers: Redoan Rony, Ashfaque Nipun, RB Pritam and Vicky Zahed. Featuring numerous celebrities of the country, the short films will revolve around stories of love, respect, and bonding.

The series kicked off on Thursday with the short film “Sugar” by Vicky Zahed. This will be followed by “Tea-Stall” by Ashfaque Nipun, “Bhoy” by RB Pritam, and “Blood-Rose” by Redoan Rony.

Bangladesh Country Manager of iflix, Imrul Karim, said: “At iflix, our customers are our biggest priority, and catering to their appetite for local content is at the forefront of our efforts. We have been making iflix Originals in Bangladesh for a year now, and we want to continue to provide fresh and relevant content, which can be enjoyed anywhere and on demand.”   

City Group Marketing Manager Farjanul Hoque, said: “In Bangladesh, online viewers are increasing rapidly, keen on freedom of choice based on individual taste and need. However, viewers can only benefit and be entertained if the content is rich in concept and execution.”

iflix offers access to thousands of TV shows, movies, and more. With a vast selection of comedy, drama, K-drama, Turkish drama, Bollywood, Nollywood, cartoons, movies, live sports and more from Hollywood, the UK, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, iflix is currently available to consumers in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Vietnam, the Maldives, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Cambodia, Nepal and Bangladesh.