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Shakib Khan’s talk on Salman Shah’s birthday celebration

 Entertainment Correspondent

 Published: 04:49 PM, 19 September 2019   Updated: 04:50 PM, 19 September 2019

Shakib Khan speaks at Salman Shah’s birthday celebration

Shakib Khan speaks at Salman Shah’s birthday celebration

The iconic hero Salman Shah’s 48th birth anniversary is celebrating across the country on Thursday. Dhuli Communications has organized a weeklong program “Salman Shah Jonmo Utshob 2019” to celebrate the hero’s birthday. Shakib Khan, the famous hero, inaugurated the festival at the traditional Modhumita cinema hall in the capital. 

“When I was at school, I first saw Salman Shah’s movie. Like everyone else, he is also a very favorite actor of mine,” said Shakib Khan regarding Salman Shah. “Today, I consider myself very fortunate as his birth anniversary is being inaugurated with my hand. But it would have been better if he was alive among us. But that doesn't happen again. I wish him peace for his soul.”  

On the occasion, Salman fans demanded a floor named after their favorite hero on FDC. “I have a shooting at the FDC after two days. I will talk to the FDC authorities whether a floor or a road can be made in the FDC by the name of Salman Shah,” said Shakib Khan regarding this.

“However, the image that we have kept in our mind of Salman Shah is never deleted.”

Junaid Ahmed Polok, Minister of State for Information and Communications Technology, was present as the chief guest at the festival organized for Salman Shah. Farzana Munny, Chairman of Gaan Bangla TV and TM Films, film director Sohanur Rahman Sohan, Chhatku Ahmed, actress Shabnam Bubly, Airin Sultana and many others were also present there.

Modhumita Hall authorities said that there will be four exhibitions of ‘Keyamat Theke Keyamat’ movie on Friday morning show. There will be also three shows for each movies of the rest. Showtime: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Friday), 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm, 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

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