Debi taken to fifty halls
Debi has extended to fifty halls in its third week starting today, reports The Daily Observer.
Initially it opened in twenty-eight halls on October 21. In the second week it was released in thirty-five halls. It is currently running in five multiplexes and in forty-five conventional cinema halls across the country. The film is based on Humayun Ahmed’s iconic character Misir Ali. It has been appreciated by viewers, critics and also family members of Humayun Ahmed.
It is the first film by Aynabazi’s screenwriter Anam Biswas. Joya Ahsan has debuted as producer with the film. Chanchal Chowdhury acts as Misir Ali in the film.
It also features actors like Joya Ahsan as Ranu, Animesh Aich as her husband Anis, Shabnam Faria as Nilu and Iresh Zaker as the sinister Ahmed Sabet.
In the film Ranu (Joya) seems to have become possessed by a spirit of a temple. The spirit apparently tries to protect Ranu from harm, though causing problematic hallucinations. To find a cure she, her husband resort a part-time teacher of psychology at University of Dhaka. This mystery solving psychologist is ‘Misir Ali.’