Famed actress Jaya Ahsan has recently shared the poster and teaser of her new film 'Alatchakra' on her official Facebook account.
Produced by Rahima Begum and directed by Habibur Rahman, 'Alatchakra' is a government-funded movie based on the Liberation war and the first 3D film to be released in Bangla language
The actress captioned the teaser saying, "In order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our Independence, we have made this 3D film based on Ahmed Sofa's novel against the backdrop of the liberation war. Alatchakra releasing in theatres on 19 March."
The 1985 novel depicts the love story between Bangladeshi writer Daniel and his ailing lover Tayeba who suffers from cancer.
The film will showcase the undying affection between Daniel and Tayeba, and how the trauma of the 1971 Liberation War creates a whirlwind of emotions between the lovers.
The film starring Jaya Ahsan as Tayeba and Ahmed Rubel as Daniel was shot in 3D technology in partnership with Skywork Studios from Mumbai.
Due to her busy schedule, Jaya Ahsan completed the shoot for her entire role at one go.
The rest of the cast includes veteran actor Mamunur Rashid, Azad Abul Kalam, Shilpi Shorker Opu, Shafiul Alam Babu, Nusrat Jahan Zeri and Syed Musharraf.
Ahmed Sofa was a radiant star in the history of Bangladesh literature with more than 30 published books. His pen masterfully created hundreds of stories, songs, novels, poems, essays, history and travelogue.
His famous novel "Alatchakra" is an autobiographical novel that depicts the struggles of refugee intellectuals during the liberation war.