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Arunodoyer Agnishakkhi (1972)

During the war of independence of Bangladesh, a number of women was victimized by Pakistani Military. A film actor feels to take the responsibility of the war heroines.

Director:

Subhash Dutta

Writer:

Subhash Dutta (as Soovas Dutta)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Bobita ... Romena
Ujjal Ujjal ... Asad
Anwar Hossain ... Anwar Hossain
Ahmed Sharif Ahmed Sharif ... Badaruddin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Farid Ahmed Farid Ahmed
Akram Akram
Mohammad Ali Mohammad Ali
Amiruddin Amiruddin
Anis Anis ... Anis
Rawshan Ara Rawshan Ara
Aroti Aroti
Bharati Bharati
Bokul Bokul
Dulal Chowdhury Dulal Chowdhury
Daliluddin Daliluddin
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Storyline

Romena, a young beautiful village girl, is the love interest of Asad and Badaruddin. She was engaged with Asad by her family. But when the war broke out, she was taken away by the Pakistani Military. All her family members as well as Asad were shot. Romena along with other women were raped and tortured in the military camp. Romena escapes and tries to commit suicide but film actor Anwar Hossain who was filming in the village saves her. She was again taken to the Military camp as well as Anwar Hossain. Captain ordered to shot all other men except Anwar. Anwar gets rid of the Military and finds a freedom fighter camp. Badaruddin is the chief of the camp. He was sheltered there where he meets Asad who somehow managed to live and joins freedom fighter camp. After that Asad was shot during an operation and Badruddin also shot and hanged in a tree by the military with the help of local collaborators. A month later Bangladesh wins its freedom and Anwar Hossain feels to take the ... Written by wakim

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Genres:

War

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Country:

Bangladesh

Language:

Bengali

Release Date:

8 November 1972 (Bangladesh) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Shatodal Kothachitra See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Black and White (35 mm version)
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