Ananta Jalil and Barsha’s “Din: The Day” has been released in 107 theaters across the country on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. There has been a lot of criticism regarding the film’s BDT 100 crore budget. However, Barsha believes that hatemongers are trying to ruin their success by personally attacking them on social media.
Visiting Madhumita Hall on Tuesday, Barsha told reporters, “I’m really shocked that some people are deliberately attacking us and spreading negativity. They are trying to bring up my personal life, especially why I didn’t do movies for a short time. I really don’t understand why people can’t just enjoy the good stuff.”
“If today we weren’t working on movies, then nothing would happen to us. We tried to make a good movie for Bangladeshi audiences, but some people seem determined to spread fake news. Lots of people are spreading rumors according to which we brought our garment. It is Eid, most of our garment workers are at home for the Eid holiday. It is absurd to see the kind of lies and fake news that people are inventing these days,” the actress added.
The actress also mentioned, “We are currently filming for ‘Netri: The Leader’. But given the situation, we might not finish this movie. ‘Din: The Day’ might end up being our last movie. If people continue to put ourselves down in this way, we may not make any more movies in the future.”
“Din: The Day” is a joint production of Bangladesh and Iran. The film is produced by Iranian director Morteza Atashzamzam. Along with Ananta Jalil and Barsha, Iranian and Lebanese actors are featured in this film.