A film about loving the other. This film critiques certain pitfalls of nationalism that create conditions to justify war, killing and violence. 'Meherjaan' attempts to offer an aesthetic solution to war and violence.
Ayna is an actor and the prison is his stage. He slips into the characters of the powerful convicted in exchange of money and take their place in prison. This strange profession is borne ... See full summary »
In the middle of the 1971;curfew is going on all over the Bangladesh. The liberation army is operated as effective guerrilla force - Badiul Alam is one them. Alam plans for starting ... See full summary »
During the war in 1971, Meher falls in love with a soldier from the enemy side. When her love is discovered, she is shamed and silenced by her family and society. Today 38 years after the war, Meher has a visitor she cannot turn down. Sarah-a 'war-child,' Meher's cousin Neela's daughter, who was given away for adoption has come back to piece together her past. Together, these two women must re-tell history through their stories in order to cut through the stigmas and walk into light.Written by
It is a totally bad movie based upon all the lies. Do not watch this movie. In this movie the director did not actually explain the true scenario of our independence war. That was not only a simple riot that was a 9months long war to achieve our independence from brutal Pakistani army. Pakistani army raped 3million women from age of 6 to 65 during the war and killer more than 10 million people. There is no mention about this. The director tried to give just her own opinion which is all based on lies. Really feeling ashamed to say she is a Bangladeshi, i wish we don't have this type of person in our country. So people do not waste your time watching this.
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