‘Hajot’ completes shooting amid the pandemic
“Hajot” is about a man and his sense of guilt - for a crime he committed, unbeknownst to everybody.
"Hajot," a Bangla film directed by Juboraj Shamim, was shot in only 16 days amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shamim penned the story and screenplay himself.
Earlier, the director made a crowdfunded film named "Adeem." However, it was never released in cinema halls.
"Hajot" is about a man and his sense of guilt - for a crime he committed, unbeknownst to everybody. The lead character is named Sadek.
The director said 'Hajot" was shot during the pandemic, but precautions and social distancing were ensured for the shooting unit.
"The film is primarily about the character of Sadek; a few supporting actors were there as well," said Shamim. The unit consisted of four actors.
Sadek, Dulali, Shohagi, Swapan and Badshah acted in the film.