The Mohakhali flyover in the capital has undergone a vibrant transformation as part of Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited’s ‘Wrong Bodle Rongin Kori’ campaign. Mayor Atiqul Islam of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) inaugurated the project today.


This initiative involves adorning the underbody and side walls of the Mohakhali flyover with diverse street art, showcasing the vivid colours of Berger Paints. The images displayed on the flyovers beautifully capture the rich culture and traditions of Bangladesh.


Mayor Atiqul Islam expressed, “A city is more than a grey jungle of bricks and stones; it possesses the vitality of green. The city can be painted with the colours of our heritage, reflecting our culture, and providing peace of mind even in the rush of busyness. Over the past few years, we have beautified landmark buildings similarly. We are fortunate to have Berger Paints by our side, actively participating not only in the field of paints but also in projects related to our art, architecture, and heritage. I express my sincere gratitude to them and hope to have Berger by our side in the future as well.”


Rupali Chowdhury, Managing Director of Berger Paints, shared during the project’s inauguration, “People stuck in traffic jams in Dhaka city can now witness such works of art on modern structures like flyovers. The colour and beauty of this artwork will provide them peace of mind. The heart of the city will also be reminded of its roots. Berger has always practised this positivity in colour aesthetics and will continue to do so in the future. We express our deep gratitude to Dhaka North City Corporation and the Honorable Mayor for allowing us to work on this project.”


As part of the ‘Wrong Bodle Rongin Kori’ campaign, Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited previously painted various establishments, including Apon Nibaash, Chattogram’s Probortok Square and Jamaal Khan Square, Khulna’s Ferighat Square and KDA Bhaban, etc.