Dancer Pooja Sengupta. As part of the celebration of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of the Bengali nation, and the golden jubilee of independence, he played the role of Bangabandhu on the stage of ‘Mujib Chiranton’ at the National Parade Ground. He himself was in charge of the concept, script, choreography and management of the ‘Indomitable’ of the Turangami Repertory Dance Theater.
Dancer Pooja Sengupta was a guest on Ittefaq Online’s regular ‘Tonight Show with Johnny Hawk’ on Wednesday. During this time, he shared some unknown things about ‘indomitable’.
About playing the role of Bangabandhu as a woman, she said, ‘Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is actually a consciousness. Then he is a man. There are some people who have been immortalized through their work. Bangabandhu is one of them. To be honest, consciousness, patriotism, people’s love for people, their indomitable desire to build well – these things do not depend on men or women. These are common issues. Since Bangabandhu is a man, it is not the boys who will highlight him. That is why I have tried to portray Bangabandhu as a woman.
Pooja said, “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sat in the audience and enjoyed my program. It is a matter of great fortune for me.” First of all, I would like to say that the patriotism in which we have done this work is in him. The other is that the two people who can understand Bangabandhu the most (Sheikh Hasina-Sheikh Rehana) are among us. They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities.
In the words of Pooja Sengupta, ‘When we were rehearsing, we posted pictures on social media. That’s when the audience wanted us to do this production. Since we have a contract through Agency Gray, if the government is by our side, we can have a festival with ‘indomitable’.
Puja commented, ‘Everything in the ceremony was in our favor. This ‘indomitable’ has done exactly as we had hoped. I will try to give some better gifts in the future. Thank you all for your love. ‘
He made the remarks while discussing the seventh day of the 10-day celebrations of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary and golden jubilee of independence at the National Parade Ground on Tuesday.
The Speaker said that the overall plan for the establishment of Sonar Bangla by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the activities undertaken and its implementation are closely linked with the equal rights and empowerment of women in Bangladesh.
“Bangabandhu not only believed in women’s equal rights and equality, but also deeply realized in his thoughts and thoughts that the establishment of Sonar Bangla is not possible without ensuring equal rights for women. That is why she has institutionalized the equal rights, equality, equality and freedom of women. ”
Analyzing Article 26 of the 1972 Constitution, the Speaker said that the state would not discriminate against anyone on the basis of religion, group, race, caste, gender. It is enshrined in the constitution as a fundamental right. Men and women will have equal rights in all spheres of state and public life.
Commenting on Article 27 (2) of the Constitution, he said that there was a ‘strong fear’ of women’s empowerment.
Referring to the Constitution of 1972, the Speaker said that the 1972 Constitution started the journey with 15 reserved seats for women. In many countries of the world, such provisions have not been included in the constitution till date.
“Following this, Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is a woman, Leader of the Opposition Begum Raushan Ershad is a woman, Deputy Leader of Parliament Begum Sajeda Chowdhury is a woman and the Speaker of the National Assembly is a woman. There are 50 reserved women members and 23 directly elected women members. It’s a unique example to the whole world. ”
Shirin Sharmin said, “Father of the Nation believed that in order to take the country forward, equal rights and participation of men as well as women should be ensured in every political, economic and social sphere. In other words, Bangabandhu believed in the empowerment of women as a whole. Nowhere in the family, society and national affairs has Bangabandhu kept a separate place for men and women. ”
Quoting Bangabandhu on women’s participation in politics, the Speaker said, “Women have equal rights as men and that too in politics. Just as the Awami League believes in secularism, it also believes in equal rights for men and women. The Awami League has to build women leadership.