By Fakhrul Arefeen KHAN

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Drama - Completed 2017

A Journey of 4 decade with love and passion. Things will arrive as certain threat while characters are moving through a real history. End turn to endless.

    • Year of production
    • 2017
    • Genres
    • Drama, Romance, Historical
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • Budget
    • 1 - 3 M$
    • Director(s)
    • Fakhrul Arefeen KHAN
    • Synopsis
    • “A journey towards war for peace”-based on true story in independence war of Bangladesh.

      This cinema depicts the story of the rising of a rebel in a regular man with struggles of his own. The story based on true story of a freedom fighter who didn’t love to involve himself in the war as warrior. The story begins in 1970 East Pakistan, and ends in 2013 Bangladesh, from Nahir to Ananda Shai.

      Some days before the historic election in 1970 in East Pakistan, Nahir came to study in Kushtia.(nearest district town) The ongoing countrywide movement for Independence and the elections didn't seem to move him by the slightest, but what was in his mind was the theatre and Farida Begum, friend of his cousin. On the other hand, Farida Begum, belonging to a political family was largely moved by the victory in the '70's elections, and Nahir started to feel the same. Nahir wanted to keep himself ordered, but eventually he could not keep himself away from the call for independence from the unwillingness of the Pakistanis to hand over power to the winning parties.

      Nahir fell to attack by the Pakistani occupational forces on the 25th of March, when he went for political activities. He then took training as the first batch of Freedom Fighters, while witnessing the many other occurrences of historical significance. After the training, he was deputed to kill the infamous War Criminal Aslam in Pragpur (Farida's grandparents' home, where they took refuge) but he couldn't throw the grenade, seeing Aslam's innocent little child beside him and in consequence, He was injured and his team leader killed.

      "People can't be killed" - this haunted Nahir, and he lost his motivation to fight in the war.
      Shipra, a nurse of the Calcutta Red Cross, who was a victim of the Partition, inspired Nahir
      once again. By the course of events, Farida was raped and tortured by Aslam, and that is when Aslam and his bodyguard was captured and Nahir was finally capable of piercing a bullet through the Aslam, killing him. This was the rise of the Freedom Fighter Nahir.