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Sohel Rana appears as freedom fighter on TV

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Eminent film actor Sohel Rana for the first time will appear in the role of a freedom fighter in a TV play titled Abar Joddha Habo.
Written and directed by Shahidul Haq, produced by Ataur Rahman, the play will be premiered on private television channel ATN Bangla on the Independent Day of March 26.
Sohel Rana, who got exposure in the film industry producing Ora Egara Jan just after the war of independence in 1971, has acted in several other Dhallywood films highlighting the war of independence such as Kalmilata.
Rana will perform as the lead freedom fighter in the play which is based on a comprehensive story on how the Bangladeshi people clinched their win over atrocious Pakistani army.
Subsequently, the play explore how a large segment of Bangladeshi people has paid dishonour and whimsical towards the valiant freedom fighters which triggered the unexpected rising of Pakistani collaborators (Razakars), political affinity and economic rising.
The play further urges the revival of the valiant freedom fighters and the elimination of the atrocious razakar from the land of Bangladesh.
Ahmed Sharif acted as the lead Razakar  while SM Mohsin, Faruk Ahmed, Rimu, Farzana, Monir Hossain Tipu, Ataur Rahman, Khairul Islam, Mouly Azad, child artistes Jhinuk and others played significant roles at the play.
Anwar Hossain Bulu credited with cinematography, Shahidul Haq as lyricist, Alauddin Ali as music director and Monir Khan and Farid Ahmed jointly as playback singers in the play.




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