The Film “Mujib” Has Received Censor Board Certificate. The Details…

After the completion of the shooting, there was only one question, when will the film "Mujib: A Maker of a Nation" be released? Finally, the wait is over. The film based on the life of the father of the nation Bangabandhu titled "Mujib: A Maker of a Nation" has received permission for release.

The members of the Bangladesh Film Censor Board have recently granted the certificate for it. This news was confirmed by a censor certificate through Mir Akram Uddin Ahmad, the Media Relations Officer of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. He also informed that the matter of the censor certificate for the film in India is still in process.

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In a joint initiative of Bangladesh and India, the biographical film on Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been in the works for a long time. Shyam Benegal, a well-known director in India, is behind the camera.

On March 17, 2017, the 102nd anniversary of Bangabandhu's birth, the first poster for the movie was formally unveiled. The poster unveiling was attended by Jahir Rayhan of BFFDC (Bangladesh Film Development Corporation) and Nujhat Yasmin, Director of Administration at the Color Lab.

Initially, the biography's title focused on Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was "Bangabandhu". In the poster unveiling event, the film's name was seen as "Mujib" in both Bengali and English, with the tagline "A Maker of a Nation". Nujhat Yasmin mentioned that initially, the working title of the film for the artists was "Bangabandhu". Later, after presenting several names to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as proposals, she chose the name "Mujib".

Directed by India's Shyam Benegal and adapted into Bengali under the supervision of Asaduzzaman Noor from English cinematography by Atul Tiwari and Shama Zaidi, this historical film portrays the roles of around 20 characters, of which more than a hundred Bangladeshi artists have acted. Sets were designed in places like Dadar, Mumbai, Goregaon Film City, and several other locations, including Bangabandhu's house at Dhanmondi-32, and Tungipara village. Arifin Shuvo portrayed the character of Bangabandhu in the film.

Apart from this, Nusrat Faria and Jannatul Sumaiya Heme portrayed Sheikh Hasina's character, and Nusrat Imroz Tisha portrayed Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib's character. Riaz Ahmed played the role of Tajuddin Ahmad among other significant characters. Among other supporting actors in this film are Shahidul Alam Sachchu, Raisul Islam Asad, Dilara Zaman, Khairul Alam Sabuj, Gazi Rakayet, Taukir Ahmed, Misha Sawdagor, Sabila Nur, Zayed Khan, Chanchal Chowdhury, Shatabdi Wadud, Siyam Ahmed, Azizul Hakim, Prarthana Fardin Dighi, and many more. The music for this film was directed by India's Shantanu Moitra.

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