The film ‘Bangabandhu’, supported the biography of Father of the state Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, will start shooting in Mumbai, India this month. Many of the finalists are preparing to travel to Mumbai for an extended time. Meanwhile, it had been learned that Chanchal Chowdhury will play the subsequent role of Bangabandhu’s father Sheikh Lutfar Rahman at the age of 40 within the film. Chanchal is proud to possess the chance to play the role of Bangabandhu’s father.
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Chanchal said, “I became a neighborhood of history by getting the chance to act in” Bangabandhu “biopic.” What might be a greater blessing within the lifetime of an actor! ‘
A month ago, Chanchal Chowdhury was informed that he has been finalized to play the role of Sheikh Lutfar Rahman. Ever since he acknowledged his name for this role, he has been mentally prepared. Chanchal also said that he would catch a flight to Mumbai every week to require part within the shooting.
Chanchal said, ‘I haven’t found any information about the age of the character I’m doing. I’m making myself from what I even have learned only from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and therefore the younger Apar (Sheikh Rehana). Many of the actors had the chance to talk with them for four hours. it’s known from the 2 sisters that Bangabandhu’s family, life, children’s relationship with Bangabandhu, grandparents, or the people around him. They told us what they saw with their own eyes. I even have got tons of latest ideas in it, I even have kept it inside. The screenplay of this film is written after tons of research. I will be able to know better what the character will appear as if within the end after I’m going to Mumbai. ‘
Chanchal added, ‘This may be a big opportunity. Bangabandhu isn’t only the leader of our country or party, he’s a world leader. Leader of the masses everywhere on the planet. This biopic will play an honest role in knowing more details about him. Khairul Alam Sabuj will play the role of Bangabandhu’s father’s last age within the biopic ‘Bangabandhu’.