A Glimpse into History: Film exhibition began is Bangladesh (the then East Pakistan) at the end of 1890s. Before 1950s was the era of silent film production. After the partition of India the general pace of film blew here, the first film made in East Pakistan was a newsreel about the visit of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, produced in 1948 by the radio broadcaster Nazir Ahmed. The first full-length feature film with sound made in East Pakistan was Mukh O Mukhosh, produced by Abdul Jabbar Khan and released on August 3, 1956. Editing, printing and all other film processing for this movie was done in Lahore, Pakistan. On April 3, 1957 the then government estblished Development Corporation (EPFDC) in Dhaka, after the independent it was named FDC (Film Development Corporation). The first film generate from here was Asiya (The Life of a Village Girl, 1960), directed by Fateh Lohani. Although the nature of Bangladeshi Film was commercial, a handful of them gain international recognition. (Wikipedia and Prof Zakir Raju, Assistant Prof. at the School of Communication in Independent University, Dhaka)
Finally I wants to say that Dhaka Film show women as a naked object. Women ware short dress that not only debase out culture but also make us scopophilistic. Rather than showing their mother hood FDC focused on there oedipal complex and exhibitionism.