The action film 'Dhaka Attack' is storming the cinema houses across the country as most of the audiences and cinema house authorities expressed positive responses.
UNB Correspondent found the truth visiting different cinema houses from the release day and observing the posts, comments on social media.
The Bangladeshi thriller drama film directed by Dipankar Sengupta and written by Sunny Sanwar was released on Friday in 122 domestic halls while it will be released in three languages on October 20 worldwide.
Tanvir Hossain Khan, a student of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, who watched the movie at Madhumita cinema hall, shared his experience that for the first time he found the cinema hall houseful.
He said that the movie forced him to watch the movie till finishing and Bangladesh is now able to produce a standard crime thriller movie.
A Facebook user Curzon posted a comment that 'Dhaka Attack' is one of the best Bangladeshi movies he has ever watched.
The hall authorities said that their ticket sale was also very good.
"We usually sell tickets worth Tk 7,000-8,000 in the morning show in Bakala. The hit movie can earn Tk 22,000-23,000 selling tickets while the sale of 'Dhaka Attack' crossed Tk 38,000 on the day of release," said authorities of Balaka cinema hall.
Viewers started booking tickets for 'Dhaka Attack' at the cinema halls in Dhaka.
Arefin Shuvo, Mahiya Mahi and ABM Sumon played the lead roles while it was produced and distributed by Three Wheelers Films and Splash Multimedia Limited.