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|Services||Music Label, Studio production, marketing and distribution|
Fatman Films, is a music company and film production company of Bangladesh. The company was established in 2011 by musician Adit Ozbert.The company specializes in music production, film production and distribution.
Following are the list of notable films produced and distributed by Fatman Films:
|2013||Dehorokkhi||Iftakar Chowdhury||Eamin Haque Bobby, Anisur Rahman Milon, Kazi Maruf|
|2014||Rajotto||Iftakar Chowdhury||Shakib Khan, Eamin Haque Bobby|
|2015||Big Brother||Shafi Uddin Shafi||Mahiya Mahi, Shipan Mitra, Danny Sidak|
|2016||Rokkha||Iftakar Chowdhury||Eamin Haque Bobby|
|2016||Aadi||Taneem Rahman Angshu||ABM Sumon|
Along with producing films, Fatman Films have also produced some noteworthy music albums including Ontohin, Fatmaz Inc, Porshi III and several other popular albums. Fatman Films were also involved a handful of TV commercials for Grameenphone, Advanced Chemical Industries, and Banglalink.
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