Dhallywood Superstar Arifin Shuvoo’s upcoming police action thriller film titled ‘Mission Extreme’ finally gets censor clearance on Tuesday, Nov 9. The board members praised the film as well. Bangladesh Film Censor Board secretary Mominul Haque confirmed that the film received uncut clearance.
‘Mission extreme’ is jointly directed by Sunny Sanwar and Faisal Ahmed. The story of the film is inspired by some of the brave operations of Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC), a specialised branch of Bangladesh Police formed to tackle terrorism and transnational crime.
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The film will hit the theatres across 14 countries, including Bangladesh, UK, Australia, France, Dubai, and Singapore among others on December 3.
Regarding the context Sunny Sanwar said, "Getting the censor clearance for the film ‘Mission Extreme’ is like the joy of passing SSC. I was in so much pressure for the last few days. It is a sensitive story, I was wondering how the board will take it. But the film passed! The board gave the film uncut censor clearance. I am grateful to the censor board."
One of the members of the censor board and president of the Producers' Association Khorshed Alam Khasru said, "I saw the movie with the censor board a few days ago. It's a good film. I think those who have enjoyed watching 'Dhaka Attack' will also watch 'Mission Extreme'. Their expectations will be met."
Expressing excitement, Arifin Shuvoo who plays the lead role in the film said, "I was sure it would pass because the writer and the director were conscious while making the movie. ’Mission Extreme' is a result of teamwork. Now it's time to head to the cinema halls."
Alongside Arifin Shuvoo, the film also stars ‘Dhaka Attack’ star Taskin Rahman, Miss World Bangladesh's Jannatul Ferdous Oishee, Sadia Nabila and Sumit Sengupta. Other important characters will be played by Raisul Islam Asad, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Shatabdi Wadud, Majnun Mizan, Iresh Jaker, Manoj Pramanik, Aref Syed, Sudip Biswas Deep, Rashed Mamun Apu, Ehsanul Rahman and many others, under the banner of Cop Creation.