Probashbangla24 online Desk : Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale’, a document based on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s life, is scheduled to be released worldwide in November.
Rezaur Rahman Khan Piplu directed the 70-minute docu-drama while Centre for Research and Information (CRI) produced it.
Others, who worked for the feature, are: Sadik Ahmed, the cinematographer, Navnita Sen, editor, and Debojyoti Mishra, music director.
The filmmaker describes the biography based documentary as “a riveting story of a daughter out of a tragic backdrop; the daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.”
In the flick, Sheikh Hasina has been depicted as a person who actually connects most with the history and inception of Bangladesh.
In an attempt to scan her journey associated with the genesis of Bangladesh, the director traversed the unexplored bits and pieces of her powerful, yet graceful life.
The film-maker’s intention throughout the process was to convey the story in an authentic manner, unmarred by any influence.
Instead what he created is a tale that has got, according to him, “immense appeal for a wider audience relating to Bangladesh sitting at home or abroad.”