Monday, January 01, 2007

Made in Bangladesh: Film Review

Directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki, the film 'Made In Bangladesh' tried to depict some of the social constraints in Bangladesh.
The film started with ambiguous objective at the beginning. The first 20 minutes of the film didn’t help to build the plot at all.
But it took a good shape as soon as the main character portrayed by Zahid Hasan took over the DC’s office. The film brought out the some of the worst characteristics of Bangladeshi people from different walks of life.
It was an average movie, but it certainly was a good initiative to make a movie with social commitment.

3 comments:

Tanvir. I. Kamal said...

Ei M S Faruki shob shomoy-i ektu onno rokom kichu korar taal-e thake. Ami jani na Tanvir, tumi er Natok gula dekhso ki na...Jodi dekho , taile dekhba...er natok gula-o hoy kintu different. Amar kase kharap lage na. Er natoke shob shomoy focused hoy nimno bitto ra. CInema ta dekha hoy nai. Dekhbo ne.

sabbir said...

tu

Anonymous said...

hi tanvir
on www.bdbangla.com you will found farukis most of the natoks and telifilm also they have a good collection of bangla golper boi and their bdforum is an active net community.