National Film Award winning Dhallywood Superstar Arifin Shuvoo is busy with shooting for his upcoming film titled 'Noor' directed by Raihan Rafi. The shooting of the film would be over in a few days as he stated, currently the shooting of the film has took place at a location outside of Dhaka.
After finishing the shooting of this film, the shooting of the much-desired film, a biopic of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, co-produced by Bangladesh and India titled ‘Bangabandhu' will start.
Shuvoo is the central character in the film. Directed by Shyam Benegal, a renowned Bollywood producer. The shooting of the film will continue for about two months in Dhaka. Therefore, Shuvoo will stay with the crewmembers from the second week of November to the last week of December.
Regarding the context, the actor said, ‘This is not a conventional work at all but a historical film. This is the best achievement of my life. It is really a matter of good fortune to play the role of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Because it is going to be a history. Apart from that, an internationally renowned producer like Shyam Benegal is managing it. Therefore, with this movie, everyone is optimistic regarding it; hope it will be a great film. So far, I am satisfied with what I have done. The audience will be able to appreciate, decide the rest.’
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Meanwhile, another new film starring actor Arifin Shuvoo action thriller titled 'Mission Extreme' is going to be released worldwide on December 3 opposite Miss World Bangladesh 2018-winner Jannatul Ferdous Oishee. Faisal Ahmod and Sunny Sanwar direct the film jointly. Mime Multimedia and Dhaka Detective Club are the co-producers of the film.
Director Sunny Sanwar said, “We have discussed and give green signal to release the film in eight countries. The film will be released in all the big cinema halls across Bangladesh, including the rural ones.”
The film has an ensemble cast of Raisul Islam Asad, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Shatabdi Wadud, Majnun Mizan, Iresh Zaker, Manoj Pramanik, Aref Syed, Sudip Biswas Deep, Rashed Mamun Apu and Ehsanul Rahma.