LBC Media is making a web series featuring a slew of national celebrities. COURTESY
LBC Media is making a web series featuring a slew of national celebrities. 'Six' is the first of its kind from the producer. Celebrated stars Sadia Islam Mau, Iftekhar Ahmed Fahmi, Aparna Ghosh, Sohail Mandal, Tariq Anam Khan, Yash Rohan, Ashok Byapari, and others star in the six-episode series. It's worth noting that this is the first time Sadia Islam Mau has appeared in a web series.
For the first time on this stage, producer Fahmi will also perform. Tanim Parvez is directing the web series "Six," which is created by Red Paid Studio and directed by him. This is the first time in Bangladesh that LBC Media is making a web series with such a large cast on an OTT website.
LBC Media Head of Operations and Sales Omar Farooq Chowdhury the company began its journey in Bangladesh as a distribution partner of two completely different OTT platforms, Eros Now and Adda Times.
“Which can be easily subscribed to using any of Bangladesh's major payment wallets, such as bKash, cash, or a bank card. LBC's main aim is to promote Bangladeshi content globally, such as Bangla movies, web shows, dramas, and music. In order to continue the plot, we will create a web series called 'Six.' We hope that this web series, 'Six,' will be broadcast on an international OTT network as Bangladeshi content,” he said.
LBC Media is the distribution partner of Erosnow and Addatimes in Bangladesh.LBC focuses on contributing in Bangladeshi content in the global platform and bringing international content to the doorstep of bangladeshi audience.Six is the first Bangladeshi content by LBC media , that will be released in eros now globally in April.
Erosnow is one of the most popular online streaming giants with offering a wide (12000+) variety of content that will entice the Bangladesh audience.LBC's distribution network will focus on serving the Video-On-Demand service across the country. Execution of the OTT platform is carried out by LBC Media Entertainment Company in Bangladesh.”