‘Hasina: a daughter’s tale’ released
The much talked docufilm ‘Hasina: a daughter’s tale’ was released on Friday. The film featuring Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina upholds not only the Prime Minister but also the life sketch of an affectionate mother, ideal wife and worthy daughter of a worthy father.
Through this 70 minutes heart touching docufilm the new generation can know about Sheikh Hasina’s progress of being a Prime Minister and many unknown events of her life.
The tale of coming Dhaka from a remote village Tungipara. Hasian: a daughter’s tale- is an unprecedented presentation of history. It is a real story shown of turning into uncommon of a common woman not the Prime Minister.
Piplu Khan, director of the film tried to unfold different events with his efficiency upon description of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s elder daughter Sheikh Hasina and her sister Sheikh Rehana. Different matters of Sheikh Hasina’s family life, struggle, politics and other unknown events were manifested in the celluloid. Radwan Mujib Siddiq and Nasrul Hamid Bipu on behalf of Center for Research and Information (CRI) produced the docufilm. Sadik Ahmed was behind the camera. It was edited by Nabanita Sen and Debajyoti Mishra was the music director.
The film was released at a time from Friday at Star Cineplex, Modhumita, and Blockbuster Cinemas in the capital and at Silver Screen in Chattogram.