Aha! (film)

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Directed byEnamul Karim Nirjhar
Produced byFaridur Reza Sagar
Written byEnamul Karim Nirjhar
Music byDebojyoti Misra
CinematographySaiful Islam Badal
Edited byArghakamal Mitra
Distributed byImpress telefilm
Release date
  • 2007 (2007)

Aha! (Bengali: আহা!) is a 2007 Bangladeshi film, directed and written by Enamul Karim Nirjhar, produced by Faridur Reza Sagar, Impress telefilm. It was the first film by Enamul Karim Nirjhar and he won the National Film Award 2007 as Best Director and other 3 categories for best cinematography, best editing and best song Lukochuri Lukochuri Golpo by Fahmida Nabi, he worked with Impress telefilm for first time.[1]


Mr. Mallik (Tariq Anam Khan) lives in an about 100 years old house in old part of Dhaka city. There are constructions developed by Real Estate companies around his house at Old Dhaka, they offers him to demolish his old house and build apartment instead. But, he is confused to decide. At that time, his daughter Ruba comes back from United States with her 6 years old child, being tortured by her husband, she was against of diminishing the house. Ruba moves from house to house, she remembers memories with the old house. One day, she finds a red cloth at the next door balcony. That's an underwear. 7 colors of underwears of neighbor Kislu (Humayun Faridi), different color every weekday. Ruba gets interested and starts to move out regularly with Kislu, she gets involved to a relationship with Kislu. Stranger Soleman (Fazlur Rahman Babu), who has committed murder in previous life is now working as a guard of Mallik's house, he often gets involved in fight with local boys. When Mr. Mallik knew about Ruba and Kislu he tried to fetch his daughter from Kislu. Kislu was murdered.



Aha! won National Film Award 2007 in Six categories:[1]

  • Best Director: Enamul Karim Nirjhar
  • Best Female Singer: Fahmida Nabi
  • Best Cinematography: Saiful Islam Badal
  • Best Editing: Arghakamal Mitra
  • Best Film: Impress Telefilm
  • Best Story: Enamul Karim Nirjhar

Aha! was viewed in many international film festivals in Cairo, Dubai, Munich. It also got the National Nomination from Bangladesh for the 81st Academy Awards in the foreign language film category.[2]


  1. ^ a b Kamol, Ershad (2 September 2008). "Enamul Karim Nirjhar: Winner of National Film Award 2007". The Daily Star. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Aha! to represent Bangladesh at the Oscars". The Daily Star. 13 September 2008. Retrieved 1 October 2015.

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