Woman can represent great waves of change. Be it in leadership, capturing the audience with breathtaking performances in the art of cinema, make huge strides and quickly on their way of being Chef de Cuisine on a cooking show, or being part of history by making a discovery that’ll keep us safe from a life-threatening disease. Let’s talk about the Pride Trio now.
This trio is now the pride of the nation. Caught in a huge spire of applause, admiration, and acceptance. Everybody from Bangladesh is watching them with keen eyes.
Three Of A Kind:
Let’s start with Kishwar Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi who resides in Australia and is now currently competing in the hit competitive cooking show, MasterChef Australia. As of now writing this, she climbed already to the top, placed with 3 other contenders that are left.
The 38-year-old Kishwar has big plans and lofty goals, ambitions to keep her going for the top. She plans to write a cookbook to legitimize hers and her family’s legacy. She has been planning to be a professional chef.
Ever since her presence had struck the screen, she’s been making headlines here and there. Earnest and determined to the end. A lot of people are hoping she wins the title of head chef.
Azmeri Haque Badhon
Rehana Maryam Noor was recently selected for a Cannes Films Festival screening. The film was highly praised for its twisted, yet spellbinding narrative. One of the biggest accolades given was to actress Azmeri Haque Badhon.
Her performance captivated the audience, as they followed her closely as the story uncovers more about her, from a righteous quest to a downward spiral. Thanks to Abdullah Mohammad Saad direction, she brought out a chilling performance.
After winning the 2nd runner-up title to Channel i Lux Superstar 2006, she’s made it clear later on that she wants to be an actress. Years of experience has finally paid off for her. She is now the first Bangladeshi to be in a Cannes selected film.
British-born Bangladeshi scientist Sadia Khanom made huge headlines in the UK after discovering a formula for a spray that could attract and kill of any pathogens. Already 10 million GBD have been poured in, and NASA is currently administrating it in their labs.
Sadia Khanom, much like everybody else, put her PhD on hold and started working on her parent’s restaurant, Café India. From there, during her spare time, she had been studying the viral disease on nanomolecular level. Then concocted her own experiments to eliminate them.
After making the discovery, she had it tested fully on anything from leather, wooden boards, garments, fabrics of all sorts, on all kinds of surfaces. It works superbly. Named Voltique. It is heading towards mass production soon.
Sadia’s goal of becoming a neurosurgeon stems from her trauma of seeing her grandfather, dealing with Alzheimer’s. She held back her PhD studies during the pandemic and has managed to make a miraculous discovery in the end.
There you, the pride trio of Bangladesh. With them, the hopes and dreams of many finally come true.
For more on this, read out Kishwar’s Fuchka and Chotpoti Hit The Spot On MasterChef Australia.