Bangladeshi online streaming platform Bongo is going to host the digital premier of 'Naibeddya', a film based on the liberation war, marking the golden jubilee of independence of Bangladesh.
The news of the digital release of the film was confirmed via a press release issued by Bongo on Tuesday.
Based on the liberation war, the film centers around the rescue of a woman who was trapped in Pakistani captivity during the War of Liberation in 1971 and the life and struggle of her child in the post-war society.
Based on the story written by Shyamal Chandra, the film is jointly directed by Shabdik Shahin and Shehanur Rahman Asif. The screenplay of the film is written by Mannan Hera.
Popular actress Nusrat Imrose Tisha played the role of Birangana (the woman trapped in Pakistani captivity during the war) in the film; other characters include Tariq Anam Khan, Hasan Imam, Deepak Karmakar, Saika Ahmed, Shahajan Samrat and Raunak Hasan in a special role.
Regarding the world digital premiere of 'Noybeddya', Chief Content Officer of Bongo Mushfiqur Rahman said, 'We are excited to bring a web film about the Liberation War such as 'Noybeddya' to the Bangla content-loving audience. Hopefully, this web film will exceed the expectations of the audience.'
Viewers will be able to stream the film from March 26 on their devices via the Bongo app on Android and IOS platforms as well as on Bongo's official website (www.bongobd.com).