Teaser of first liberation war based animation film published
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Wahid Ibne Reza has built an animation film based on the events of great liberation war of 1971. He is a Bangladeshi animator in Hollywood. The name of the film is 'Surviving Seventy One- an untold story of an unknown war'. The creator of the film already published a One minute 39 seconds teaser on the WIR Films You Tube channel on the occasion of Independence Day.
After publishing the teaser on social media Wahid Ibne Reza said, Dear Bangladesh, take my love on the occasion of Independence Day, March 26, 2019.
In the teaser it is seen, Pakistani forces are taking some freedom fighters on a speedy train. When the train reaches on a bridge suddenly the blindfolded freedom fighters are brought beside the door of the running train. They are shot and left one by one in the river under. The film lovers are thrilled by watching the scene. They are waiting to watch the full film.
Wahid Ibne Reza created the film based on some real stories of the liberation war. Those are taken from the life of his father Rezaul Karim who was a freedom fighter. The invader forces took him away but later he managed to escape. The tales will be reflected in the film.
Wahid Ibne Reza worked in many well accepted films in Hollywood. He was nominated for Oscar in 2017 in visual effects in the film 'Dr. Strange'. Besides he also worked in some famous movies like- 'Captain America: Civil war', 'Games of Thrones', 'Furious Seven', 'Fifty shades of grey', 'Night at the museum: Secret of the tomb', 'Batman versus Superman: Dawn of justice' etc.