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Violation of authorization conditions, tickets for Nora’s show sold for 15 thousand taka


Violation of authorization conditions, tickets for Nora’s show sold for 15 thousand taka

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has allowed Bollywood star Nora Fatehi to come to Dhaka only to participate in the filming of a documentary film. In the permission letter signed by Deputy Secretary Saiful Islam, it says that Nora cannot participate in any other programs except filming documentaries. But a week after getting the clearance, allegations of breach of conditions were brought against the organizing organization “Women Leadership Corporation”. The company would sell tickets to one of Nora’s shows.

Speaking to the organizers, it is known that Nora will attend the “Global Achievers Award” ceremony in Dhaka. Entrepreneurs will receive prizes from him during the event. The event will take place on November 18 at the International Convention City Bashundhara. Now the work continues to make the event a success.

Allegations have been made that ‘Women Leadership Corporation’ is only supposed to shoot a documentary bringing Nora, but the organization is organizing an event and selling tickets, in which Bollywood star Nora will be in attendance. These tickets are sold by advertisement at the Minisu Bangladesh outlet in the capital. Ticket prices are set in three categories- VIP 15 thousand taka, gold 10 thousand and silver 5 thousand taka.

It has been alleged that the organization of such a program on Nora is a violation of the license conditions obtained from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Because, condition number ‘A’ in the license says, ‘Indian actress Nora fatehiki Must arrive/stay in Bangladesh for one day (excluding travel time) on November 18 to participate in the filming of the documentary. He may not participate in any other work or manifestation during the said period.’

But Ishrat Jahan, chief executive of the Women Leadership Corporation and responsible for organizing the ‘Global Achievers Awards’, said the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting gave her permission to sell tickets for the event. .

Letter of authorization from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting

There are a total of five conditions regarding Nora’s visit to Dhaka in the permission letter from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. It is stated in the condition number ‘C’ that after the production of the documentary film, it must obtain permission from the Bangladesh Film Censor Board and the condition number ‘E’ is that the decision taken by the government if the organizers violate any condition, will be considered final.

Organizer Ishrat Jahan requested permission from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to sell tickets for the show, but was denied. It is not mentioned anywhere in the letter.

Meanwhile, Remuneration Nora Fatehi, his On all expenses including travel, accommodation and food 30 percent The NBR has asked the authorities concerned to ensure that the tax is paid at source. November 13th In this regard, a letter signed by NBR (Tax and Human Resource Management) member Shaheen Akhtar was sent to the Principal Secretary of the Department of Public Security; Secretary of the Department of Security Services, Ministry of Information and Ministry of Cultural Affairs; Along with the Private Secretary in the Office of the Chairman of the National Board of Revenue Dhaka, Commissioner DMP and Director of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

At that time, the famous Bollywood star Nora. Apart from Hindi, Nora is also seen in South Indian films. His appearance in Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil films is eye-catching. But not just on the big screen, but also on the small screen and in music videos, Nora is just as popular. His performance in many reality shows including “Bigg Boss 9”, “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa”, “Comedy Nights”, “MTV Troll Police” is also eye-catching.

Nora, of Moroccan origin, was born and raised in Canada. He was a fan of Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan as a child. Nora grew up watching their movies. Since then, dreams of working in Bollywood. But it was almost impossible in his conservative family. Finally, Nora, 23, set foot in India with the dream of making a name for herself in Bollywood. After five years, he hung up.

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