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‘Shap Ludu’ to be screened in 7 countries

  • Published at 05:55 pm October 6th, 2019
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Official poster of the film Shap Ludu | Facebook

The film will start its global journey from Australia followed by Italy, US, England, Malaysia, Singapore, and the UAE

With two successful weeks in Bangladesh and announcement of its upcoming Australian release, Golam Sohrab Dodul’s debut action-thriller film ‘Shap Ludu’ will be screened in six more countries. The film will start its global journey from Australia followed by Italy, US, England, Malaysia, Singapore, and the UAE, according to a recent press statement.  

The film, starring Bidya Sinha Saha Mim and Arifin Shuvoo in the lead roles, will be screened in theatres across Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, and Adelaide starting from October 12.

Arifin Shuvoo told the press that the film will then be screened in Italy on October 18, New York in October 26, Washington DC in October 28, and Los Angeles on November 1 and 2. 

He also said he will personally visit the US screenings and will fly off to US on October 15 and return back to Bangladesh within November 4.

After its US screenings the film will hit England, Malaysia, Singapore, and the UAE.

Shap Ludu was released in 42 theatres across Bangladesh on September 27. The film, produced by RTV and Bengal Multimedia, has already received audience appraisal and running its second successful week.

It also stars Zahid Hasan, Shatabdi Wadud, Tariq Anam Khan, Intekhab Dinar, Salauddin Lavlu and many others playing the central characters. 

One of the songs from the film, Kichu Shwapno, released on RTV Music’s official YouTube channel a few weeks ago, has already attracted audience attention. Singers Hridoy Khan and Sabrina Porshi lent their voices to the song penned by Md Razu Ahmed. The video features actors Shuvoo and Mim and scenes from the film.

The action thriller has been shot in Dhaka, Manikganj, Gazipur, Teknaf, Lama, Bandarban, and a few other places in Bangladesh.