A documentary film titled ‘Political Life of Bangabandhu and Emergence of Bangladesh’ was premiered at the Star Cineplex in the capital’s Bashundhara City on Friday night, marking the birth centenary of country’s founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Produced by Bengal Multimedia, the documentary is scripted and directed by Syed Shabab Ali Arjoo.
State minister for cultural affairs KM Khalid, local government and rural development minister Md Tajul Islam, railways minister Md Nurul Islam Sujon, fisheries and livestock minister SM Rezaul Karim, Dhaka South City Corporation mayor Barrister Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh, deputy minister for water resources AKM Enamul Haque Shamim, RTV chairman Morshed Alam MP, RTV vice chairman Jasim Uddin, special assistant to the prime minister Barrister Biplob Barua, playwright and thespian Ataur Rahman and producer of the documentary and CEO of RTV Syed Ashik Rahman ,among other, attended the screening.
The 2-hour and 26-minute documentary gives viewers a glimpse into Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s early days and upbringing, entry into national politics, rise as the leader, movement for independence and the mass-uprising period, the historic election of 1970, the political unrest and liberation war and his return to Bangladesh after the war, the brutal assassination of Mujib and his family and others.
Eminent recitation and voiceover artistes including Syed Hasan Imam, Ataur Rahman, Abdus Sabur Khan Chowdhury, Laila Hasan, Syed Ismat Toha, Ramiz Raju, Rezaul Karim Siddique, Dr Likhan Rahman and Syed Shabab Ali Arjoo have narrated the storylines in the documentary film.
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