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Cops surround Dipjol’s residence

 Entertainment Correspondent

 Published: 12:45 PM, 26 December 2019   Updated: 07:41 PM, 26 December 2019



Police have surrounded Dhallywood’s top villain Dipjol’s house ‘Dipu Villa’ in Dhaka for several days. 

Surprised? Yes, when anyone hears such news, they normally become surprised and can even ask, “What crime Dipjol did?”  

The main fact is that the shooting of Lady Action-based film ‘Yes Madam’ is being made in the shooting house of Dipjol. Actress Keya and Tanha Moumasi have appeared the role of police in the shooting. Resi joined them recently. 

Meanwhile, shooting for the film — started on December 22 — continues today where a scene of ‘police drive’ is being shooted.  

The film was being based on a basic story. It highlights the bravery of the three girls, said Rakibul Alam Rakib, director of the film ‘Yes Madam’. “Viewers will not be disappointed after seeing the film.”

“I return after a long time. And for the first time, I am playing the role of a policeman,” said actress Keya, regarding her role in the film.    

She said, “In addition to various crime trends in the society, the audience will also enjoy the romanticism in the film.”

We have been shooting for the film ‘Yes Madam’ at the house of Dipjol Bhai since Monday. The role is the most challenging character in career, said Tanha Moumasi. 

“I humbly request the audience to watch the Bengali films in cinema halls. So that we will gift you better films,” she added. 

Amin Khan, Amit Hassan, Shipon, Keya, Resi, Rebecca Rauf and many others starred the star-studded film directed by Rakibul Alam Rakib and produced by Tungipara Film.