‘Pay Tolay Mati Nai’ Gets Uncut Censorship Certificate

Dipanwita Martin in the movie.


Dipanwita Martin in the movie.

Rabbi Mridha’s director’s film “Pay Tolay Mati Nai” has already screened in Busan (Korea), Bengaluru, Pune, Sri Lanka, Japan, Nepal, Austria and London. It was screened at 14 prestigious film festivals around the world, including Canada and Australia.

The film has now received uncut clearance from the Bangladesh Film Censor Board. It will soon be released in cinemas nationwide.

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National Film Award-winning actress Dipanwita Martin will star alongside Mostafa Monwar, Priyam Archie and other notable actors in this project, produced by acclaimed filmmaker Abu Shahed Emon.

“The story of the impact climate change can have on a person’s life came through in the film,” the producer said. “I’m confident audiences will enjoy the film – it’s well done and well thought out.”

“From village to city, we shine a light on an individual’s struggles in the face of climate change – a divisive issue that is slowly taking hold of our world,” Rabbi Mridha said.

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