Bongo, Bangladesh's first and largest Bangla content video streaming platform, will launch the worldwide digital premiere of the web film 'Noybeddya' on the Independence Day on March 26.
Based on 1971 Liberation War for Bangla speaking audiences around the world, the story of 'Noybeddya' centres around the rescue of a woman who was trapped by Pakistani soldiers during the War of Liberation, and the life struggle of her child in the post-war society.
From the story written by Shyamal Chandra and the screenplay written by Mannan Hera, 'Noybeddya' is jointly directed by Shabdik Shahin and Shehanur Rahman Asif.
Popular actress Nusrat Imrose Tisha has played the role of Birangana in the film, while the other characters are projected by noted actors including Tariq Anam Khan, Hasan Imam, Deepak Karmakar, Saika Ahmed, Shahajan Samrat and Raunak Hasan, in a special role.
"Bangladesh is about to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of our great Independence Day. A festive atmosphere is already prevailing in Bangladesh, but since it is Bangladesh's Golden Jubilee, a little more dimension has been added to the festival," Bongo said in a press release on Tuesday.
Regarding the world digital premiere of 'Noybeddya', Mushfiqur Rahman, Chief Content Officer of Bongo 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 enjoy Fruit Fun Biscuit presents 'Noybeddya' from Bongo's Android/iOS apps and website (www.bongobd.com) from March 26 and onwards.