Dhallywood’s chocolate boy Siam Ahmed’s newly released film ‘Dohon’ is creating quite a buzz in theatres across the country.
The actor, however, has recently worked in a short film ‘Mon’ directed by Vicky Zahed. It will be released on YouTube channel Dhruba Music Station on 6 December.
The short film highlighted the relationships and their ups and downs in our contemporary society. Nadia and Sadia Nabila co-starred with Siam in the film.
“It’s a nice story. Releasing two films back-to-back may not be favourable for my career,” the actor told Prothom Alo while talking about ‘Mon’ and ‘Dohon’.
“Shooting will be halted for the upcoming parliamentary elections and there will be a long break before the release of my new film. It is good that ‘Mon’ will be released by the time”, he added.
Siam came into limelight with his first silver screen release ‘Poramon 2’. His popularity doubled after the release of ‘Dohon’ directed by Raihan Rafi on 30 November.
‘Dohon’ is based on the political situation of Bangladesh. Siam played a drug addict in it that brought him huge applauds from the viewers.
The film was the talk of the town even before it was released. Siam was acclaimed for playing various types of roles.
“I received numerous compliments for the story and my character both in person and in social media. Many criticised and pointed out flaws in my role though. Overall, I’m very satisfied. I worked very hard to adapt to the character and I think I’m successful,” the actor said.
Asked which of the two films he would give more rating points, Siam told the Prothom Alo correspondent, “Poramon 2 was released on Eid. On the other hand, despite the current political situation of the country ‘Dohon’ is ruling the box office. Altogether it’s a great achievement.”