ZOMBIE (WORKING TITLE)

MANUSH PISHACH

By Samia ZAMAN, Kaushik Sankar DAS

VERSA MEDIA - as PROD

Horror - Development 2019

Young women are disappearing from remote villages of Chittagong, in South-East of Bangladesh. A trekking holiday becomes a nightmare for a group of young friends. Will they be able to rescue their lost friend from the grasps of the mysterious kidnappers?

    • Year of production
    • 2019
    • Genres
    • Horror, Fantasy, Action/Adventure
    • Countries
    • BANGLADESH
    • Languages
    • BENGALI
    • Budget
    • 0.3 - 0.6 M$
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Samia ZAMAN, Kaushik Sankar DAS
    • Writer(s)
    • Samia ZAMAN, Kaushik Sankar DAS
    • Producer(s)
    • Samia ZAMAN (Versa Media)
    • Synopsis
    • Set in a remote part of Bangladesh - Chittagong is a place of amazing natural beauty. Young group go there for trekking holidays. There are local legends which they chose to ignore, but when one of their group is snatched away, they have to try and rescue their friend. It takes them even further into the interior - where all sort of mysterious incidents are common enough. The kidnappers - who appear to be uncommonly strong - are they human? Who is the Nabob? Why does he claim he is over 300 years old? Why do the kidnappers only appear during the night?

      The group of young friends do manage to recover their friend after much struggle, but the mystery of the zombie kidnappers will probably never to be solved . . .
    • Partners & financing
    • 50 percent finance in place through Bangladesh distributor.
    • Production schedule
    • Pre-Production and script finalisation by July 2015
      Casting and location finalisation by August-September 2015
      Set and location fixing by October 2015
      Shoot by November 2015
      Post by March 2016
      Release Oct/Nov/Dec 2016 (Bangladesh)
    • Beginning of shooting
    • Nov 01, 2015
    • End of shooting
    • Nov 20, 2015
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