Ahmad Rusli Khadri
Ahmad Rusli Khadri | Director
Fagun Haway - In Spring Breeze
In 1952, a Pakistani police officer comes to a small town in southern east Pakistan (Now Bangladesh), and orders all soldiers in the police station to speak in Urdu, and eventually becomes more aggressive to change the people's language. His autocratic behavior breaks the small town into a silent protest and reassembles the whole country. Fagun Haway tells us about the spirit of protecting the mother language represents that of Dhaka where police opens fire on the procession. Salam, Barkat, Zabbar and Rafique dies. Mother tongue is our right. No one can take it away.
Ekti Shobuj Bag
A newlywed couple comes to Dhaka. As strangers in this city, they see everything and everyone with suspicion. They come across different avenues and sides of Dhaka and is gripped by fear as the agenda-filled eyes pierce their minds. But in the final analysis, they are the ones who bring darkness to this lovely city.
Rana is on the run with 57 Lac taka cash. He works as a distribution sales officer for a mobile banking company. Every day, he collects cash from agents and deposits it in the distribution house. After losing his wrist in an attempt to save his cash, Rana’s company bestows him with a meager two thousand taka increment for his loyalty and bravery. Two years later a new Rana is born. Defying everyone’s imagination, he flees with the cash, leaving everyone he has, behind. What happens next, turns his life upside down.