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Joya Ahsan will be seen in Bangladeshi theatres in two consecutive months this year. It has already been revealed that she will be seen tomorrow in her own production ‘Debi’ as Humayun Ahmed’s pivotal character Ranu. But now it has been revealed that in the next month she will appear again as Padma in Kaushik Ganguly’s film ‘Bisarjan.’ The Indian production will be released in accordance with the SAFTA agreement between Bangladesh and India.

Bisarjan is one of the milestones in Joya’s career. For her acting in the film Joya has won best actress award in India’s Zee Cine Award and Filmfare Award. Bisarjan was released last year on April 14 in West Bengal, India. The film went on to bag the Bengali Film Award last year in India’s National Film Awards. The film also casts Abir Chatterjee opposite Joya.

The film got Bangladesh Film Censor Board’s approval on October 14. It has been imported by chief of In-Win Enterprise, Iftekhar Uddin Nowshad. He has said that due to restrictions on release of foreign films at times of festivals like Eid, the film could not be released in Ramadan as had been planned. -dailyobserver