“In the wake of its Indian Bollywood neighbour, the Bangladeshi film industry – known as ‘Dhallywood’ because it’s Dhaka-based – turns out around 100 films every year. The affluent classes prefer international productions, but for people like me, who grew up with a single TV channel, these films were for a long time the ultimate in entertainment. This is still...
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