According to Sunny Sanwar the director of ‘Mission Xtreme’, “The scenes which I had imagined were more or less left incomplete in case of ‘Dhaka Attack’ during the time of shooting. I couldn’t get much of what I wanted in camera. This is because in order to capture imagination in camera a lot of arrangement is needed. But the experiences from that film is being used in ‘Mission Xtreme’. I think ‘Mission Xtreme’ is going better than ‘Dhaka Attack’.”
Regarding this Sunny also said, “This movie is more dynamic than ‘Dhaka Attack’. In the previous film it was seen that a single person was trying to cause chaos through surgical planning. But in this movie it will be seen that chaos is being created on an organizational level which has a bigger impact on the minds of people. The audience is sure to get more hair rising suspense.”
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The shooting of ‘Mission Xtreme’ started last March 20 and is supposed to continue until the first week of May. Arefin Shuvo, the protagonist of the film was under strict grooming for nine months prior to the shooting of the film. He is doing his own actions scenes without the use of any dummy.
The film’s shooting is going on a rapid pace and will end very soon. It supposed to be released at the end of this year.