The dance show of Bollywood actress Nora Fatehi was “banned” in this nation; the same thing happened in the nation next door. The dance performance was abruptly outlawed by the government of the neighboring nation because they felt it was a waste of money. Nora received an invitation to the dance and award ceremony.
Nora Fatehi went to an occasion held in Dhaka by the Women’s Leadership Corporation of Bangladesh. The Bollywood actress Nora Fatehi has been forbidden by the Bangladeshi government from appearing at the event in order to avoid excess.
The government expressed its concern and said this.
On Monday, a notice was also released by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Cultural Affairs. The plan put forth by Nora Fatehi to keep foreign exchange reserves and a global position has been rejected.
On October 12, foreign exchange reserves were down to $36.33 billion from $46.13 billion a year earlier, suggesting that the central bank is limiting dollar payments.
According to Anne Marie Gulde Wolf, deputy director of the Department of Asia and Pacific, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will send a delegation to Bangladesh by the end of this month to hold discussions with the government about Bangladesh’s tax demands. A program to stabilize the economy and prevent a recession is being discussed by the IMF.