National award winner actor Siam Ahmed and popular actress Nusraat Faria starrer much-awaited film titled ‘Operation Sundarbans’, directed by Dhaka Attack’ famed director Dipankar Dipon to launch the trailer of the film at the world's largest beach, Cox's Bazar on July 29. The news was confirmed by the film's production company.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr Benazir Ahmed will attend the event as the chief guest. Besides, RAB Director General Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun will be a special guest. According to a notice, sent from RAB informed that the event will be held at Labani Beach.
The cast and crew of the film will be present at the trailer launch event and will also perform live with film songs there. Besides, before the trailer launch event, the stars will participate in the campaign of 'Operation Sundarbans' at different places of Cox's Bazar city, hotel restaurants and beach.
Earlier, this month the released date was announced which is September 30. Although, the film was supposed to release on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Azha. However, at the last moment the distribution company Shapla Media decided not to release it.
The film is based on the life of the people living in, around Sundarbans (the largest mangrove forest in the world) and the everyday struggles of them, how they deal with the situation and how the land can be protected from the robbers. It will also focus the success story of the operation by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) forces to make the Sundarbans pirate-free.
The film is produced by the RAB welfare Co-operative Society Limited and produced by Three Wheelers Limited with the help of local and foreign crews and latest technology and VFX.
It is a multi-star-studded film starring National Award winner actor Siam Ahmed and popular actress Nusraat Faria as the lead protagonists of the film, while Taskeen Rahman will be seen in an important role. Apart from them it will also feature Riaz Ahmed, Ziaul Roshan, Manoj Pramanik, Fahmida Sabina, Dipu Imam, Ehsanur Rahman and Kolkata's popular actress Darshana Banik among others.