Mohanagar: A Storyteller's Dream | Ashfaque Nipun | TEDxRUET

Step into the vibrant heart of the metropolis in our TED Talk, "Mohanagar: A Storyteller's Dream." Join our captivating speakers as they take you on a mesmerizing journey through the bustling streets, the cacophony of sounds, and the kaleidoscope of stories that define life in a metropolitan city.

"Mohanagar" encapsulates more than just towering skyscrapers and bustling intersections; it embodies the dreams, aspirations, and struggles of millions who call it home. Our speaker, a seasoned storyteller and keen observer of urban life, will weave together a tapestry of narratives that reflect the richness and complexity of the metropolitan experience.

From the poignant tales of immigrants seeking refuge to the inspiring journeys of entrepreneurs chasing their dreams, this talk will delve into the myriad facets of life in the metropolis. Through evocative imagery and vivid storytelling, our speaker will illuminate the hidden corners and untold stories that often go unnoticed amidst the chaos of urban living.

Whether you're a city dweller, an urban enthusiast, or someone intrigued by the dynamics of modern life, "Mohanagar: A Storyteller's Dream" promises to captivate your imagination and offer fresh insights into the beating heart of the metropolis. Join us for an unforgettable exploration of the dreams, the struggles, and the indomitable spirit that defines life in the city that never sleeps. Asfaque Nipun, a renowned Bangladeshi screenwriter, filmmaker, and actor has left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment through his powerful storytelling. With an illustrious career spanning various roles in the industry, he has fearlessly tackled sensitive subjects of society, crafting narratives that challenge, inspire, and captivate audiences. Throughout his career, Ashfaque Nipun has donned multiple hats, from acting in notable works like 'Upashanghar' and 'First Date' to directing groundbreaking TV series and web content like 'Mohanagar' and 'Sabrina'. His exceptional talent has not only earned him the 'Meril-Prothom Alo Awards for best scriptwriter in 2017 for the telefilms 'Dondo Somash' and 'Ei Shohore', Best Director in 'Channel I digital awards, 'Meril Prothom Alo Award', 'The Daily Star OTT awards' and CJFB award for 'Mohanagar' (2021), but also international acclaim. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at Receive SMS online on

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