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Dipu Number 2 (1996)

An adventure story for young boys.

Director:

Morshedul Islam

Writer:

Muhammad Zafar Iqbal (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Arun Saha Arun Saha ... Dipu
Shubashish Shubashish ... Tarique
Bulbul Ahmed ... Dipu's father
Bobita ... Dipu's mother, Mrs. Rowshan
Shafquat Shafquat ... Shajjad
Forhad Forhad ... Babu
Mashfiq Mashfiq ... Tipu
Hasan Mazhar Pial Hasan Mazhar Pial ... Rafique (Football Team Captain)
Abul Khair Abul Khair ... Class teacher
Keramat Mawla Keramat Mawla ... Drill Teacher
Masud Ali Khan Masud Ali Khan ... Dipu's mother's relative
Golam Mustafa Golam Mustafa ... Jamshed Chacha
Dolly Johur Dolly Johur ... Tarique's Mother
Shamsuzzaman Khan Benu Shamsuzzaman Khan Benu ... Gangleader of Artifact thieves
Abdul Aziz Abdul Aziz ... Artifact thief
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Storyline

An adventure story for young boys, Dipu Number Two is the second film of a talented director from Bangladesh who is one of the few who concentrate on quality filmmaking in a country with a rich commercial film industry. The story is taken from a youth-oriented novel in which Dipu, a boy belonging to the educated class, is teased by the school bully but eventually forms a deep relationship with him. The rest is totally escapist in nature, including a scene in which the two youths manage to capture single-handedly an entire group of robbers. Written by Ashfaq Ahmed

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Country:

Bangladesh

Language:

Bengali

Release Date:

December 1996 (Bangladesh) See more »

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A life of a young teenage boy Dipu and his adventure with his friends.
20 April 2012 | by bluesmdSee all my reviews

This is one of few Bangla movie that make an impact in my heart. Taken from a popular Bangla children novel Dipu number 2 is an amazing job done by the filmmaker. The story of Dipu make the audience think about their life and also about their teenage children. The story, acting of the character, the scenario was just amazing. The filmmaker did a great job of selecting the actor. Te character of Dipu was really enjoyable. The bully school friend was also done an amazing job. Yes, the story targeting the teenage audience but i can tell you that anyone can watch it and be satisfied. I watch it three times and every time feel the same feeling. Jafar Iqbal is a truly remarkable writer for teenager and director Morshedul Islam is another top guy for children movie. A must watch film for everyone.


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