Finding no alternative, the decision has been taken to save the country's cinema halls.
The three policy-making bodies of Bangladeshi film industries have reached a consensus to screen Hindi films in the country's cinema halls.
The decision came from a meeting of Bangladesh Film Producers Distributors Association, Bangladesh Film Exhibitors' Association and Bangladesh Film Directors Association in Dhaka on Wednesday.
Leaders of the three organisations said finding no alternative, they took the decision to save the country's cinema halls.
They also called upon the government to ease the existing regulations over producing joint venture movies.
Mushfiqur Raman Gulzar, president of Bangladesh Film Directors Association; Khorshed Alam Khasru, president of the producers and distributors association; Sohanur Rahman Sohan, noted film producer, Mirza Abdul Khaleq, former president of film exhibitors association; among others were present at the meeting.