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Samraat (2016)

The film narrates the fall of two notorious underworld mafia leaders.


Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz (as Mohammad Mostafa Kamal)


Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz (story) (as Mohammad Mostafa Kamal), Muhammad Mostafa Kamal Raz (screenplay) (as Mohammad Mostafa Kamal) | 1 more credit »




Credited cast:
Shakib Khan ... Samraat
Indraneil Sengupta ... Raja
Apu Biswas ... Ruhi
Misha Sawdagor ... Musa (as Misa Sawdagar)
Subrata Barua Subrata Barua ... IG Salauddin Ahmed
Shimul Khan Shimul Khan ... Rocket
D.J. Shohel D.J. Shohel
Nitesh Sharma Nitesh Sharma
Zeni Zeni ... Zeni
Rajib Rajib
Kabila Kabila ... Kabila
Matiur Rahman Matiur Rahman
A.B. Rokon A.B. Rokon
Mamnun Hasan Emon Mamnun Hasan Emon ... Rabbi (Guest Appearance)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adil Adil


Samraat, an underworld mafia, is coming to Bangladesh. Bangladeshi mafia Musa has interest in this because Samraat can ruin his business. So he wants Samraat dead by any means but failed. Samraat finally lands and has bargain with one of Musa's man about the share. As Musa fails again and again, he needs a man smarter and stronger than Samraat. Kabila introduces Raja to him who becomes his first hand. But who is this Raja and what is his interest with Musa. Written by wakim

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kidnapping | mafia | share | police | love | See All (9) »


The King Is Here


Action | Thriller


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The 1st look teaser of the movie was released on 6/8/2015 and the main trailer was released on 27/6/2016. See more »


Samraat: The King Is Here.
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The King Is Here (Theme Song)
Performed by Arefin Rumey
Written by Anup Kumar Biswas
Produced by Arefin Rumey
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Same casting...But much better than other recent release.....
28 August 2016 | by fillerruthSee all my reviews

In Bangladesh right now Shakib Khan is the only superstar who has the star power. Last 5-6 years only he can give guarantee for the producers to save their investments. Only the name of Shakib Khan a movie can run at least 10-15 days in Bangladesh. Typically for a Shakib Khan movie, the budget is 10-15 million taka and for his star power, the movie can recover its investments. This a very good thing for Shakib but not for Bangladeshi film industry. This means there is no other hero or actor in Bangladesh who could have depended by the producers. This is a very bad sign for a film industry.

Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Raz is a talented director and I saw his TV dramas. That TV dramas are good and he maintains a decent quality for his dramas. In this movie, he also maintains his typical quality and the dialogues. The casting is regular and typical but Indranil. The antagonist is Misa and the protagonist is Shakib. I am not revealing Indranil's character. The story is a little bit different and the screenplay is very good. The direction is also above the average. Shakib's performance is very good. Indranil has done a fair job for his role. Apu Biswas is not OK and not so impressive for her role. But the surprise comes from Misa Sawdagar. I know he is a good actor but in this movie, he is very typical and very intriguing. His performance is so malicious and spiteful. He must change his acting style and have to give up his dialogue delivery performance like this.

I am not telling this is an outstanding movie or a pioneer for new Bangladeshi movie era. But this is a fair attempt at a good watchable movie and I totally appreciate this attempt. Hope in the future they will continue their attempt.

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Release Date:

7 July 2016 (Bangladesh) See more »

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The King Is Here See more »

Filming Locations:

Bangkok, Thailand See more »

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