Amar Bondhu Rashed (film)

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Amar Bondhu Rashed
Amar Bondhu Rashed.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Morshedul Islam
Produced by Faridur Reza Sagar
Written by Muhammad Zafar Iqbal
Starring Raisul Islam Asad
Chowdhury Zawata Afnan
Rayan Ibtesham Chowdhury
Reafaet Zinnat
Music by Emon Saha
Cinematography L. Apu Rozario
Edited by Ratan Paul
Distributed by Monon Chalachitra & Impress Telefilm Ltd.
Release date
  • April 1, 2011 (2011-04-01)
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali
Budget 30,000,00 BDT

Amar Bondhu Rashed (Bengali: আমার বন্ধু রাশেদ English: My Friend Rashid) is a 2011 Bangladeshi film directed by Morshedul Islam. The story is based on the novel Amar Bondhu Rashed by Muhammad Zafar Iqbal.[1]

Plot[edit]

This a story of a boy named Ibu during Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. He lives in a small town. The main character Rashed suddenly appears at his school. Rashed, the name was given by the class teacher at the first day at school. In 1971, when other students are not conscious about the liberation movement Rashed could understand the matters. Rashed started to motivate others to make understand those matters. One day, Pakistani army attacks the town and Rashed observes the battle. He and his friends starts to help Muktibahini. A member of Muktibahini they know,named Shafiq, gets caught at battle. Rashed and his friends takes him out from death. One day, Rashed and his friends get detached from each other. Ibu and his family leaves the town for a safe place over the border. But, Rashed stays and gets involved with the war. The friends meet again after the war is over. But, Rashed was martyred at the war. This is a story of a young gun of Bangladesh which reflects our fearless martyr's courage at liberation war.And still a motivation for our young generation.

Cast[edit]

  • Rashed
  • Chowdhury Zawata Afnan
  • Rayan Ibtesham Chowdhury
  • Reafaet Zinnat
  • Faiyaz Bin Zia
  • Likhon Rahi
  • Kawsar Abedin Shetu
  • Kazi Rayhan Rabbi
  • Arman Parvez Murad
  • Humaira Himu
  • Raisul Islam Asad
  • Pijush Banerjee
  • Wahida Mollik Jolly
  • Inamul Huque
  • Milon Hasan
  • Sabbir Ahmed

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "SAFF 2012 film synopsis" (PDF). southasianfilmfestival.in. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 

External links[edit]

  • Amar Bondhu Rashed: Cast & Crew; [1]
  • Movie Review: Amar Bondhu Rashed; The daily Star [2]

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