Dhaka, Dec 18 (UNB) – A docudrama based on the life of Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be screened at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB) on Thursday.
“’Hasina: A Daughter’s Tale’, is not only a docudrama but also a historical document,” said Md Abdus Sabur, president of IEB, and the science and technology affairs secretary of Awami League.
IEB’s Computer Science Division will arrange screening around 7pm at the auditorium, the institution said in a press release. “Viewers will be able to learn many things about the life of our prime minister,” Sabur said.
Radwan Mujib Siddiq and Nasrul Hamid Bipu of Centre for Research and Information produced the 70-minute docudrama.
Piplu Khan of Apple Box Films is its director and Debojyoti Mishra is the music director. Edited by Navnita Sen, the cinematography of the movie was done by Sadik Ahmed.
The docudrama focuses on the life of Sheikh Hasina, not the prime minister, before and after August 15, 1975.
“There’s nothing fictional here … it focuses on the incidents that took place in her (Sheikh Hasina’s) life,” Piplu said.