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'Ankhi O Tar Bondhura' gets uncut censor nod -The Asian Age


Morshedul Islam's much anticipated children's film this year 'Ankhi O Tar Bondhura' has received an uncut censor nod. Morshedul Islam's impending children's film "Ankhi O Tar Bondhura" has received an uncut censor nod.

Based on the popular novel by Muhammad Zafar Iqbal of the same title, Akhi O Tar Bondhura revolves around Akhi, a child with vision disability, and her friends. Ankhi takes admission at a general school. With the support of a new headmistress, Dr Raisa, her classmate Titu and others, Ankhi always feels included.

However, when the students go to Bandarban they get caught by human traffickers. The youngsters manage to escape and the perpetrators get arrested. Ankhi's story inspires other children with special needs to join the school.
Made under the banner of Impress Telefilms in collaboration with Monon Chalachitra, the film is also a recipient of the National Film Grant.

The film which is set for release on December 22 has been highly praised by the Censor Board members, informed the director. Zahin Nawar Haque donned the lead role in the film, while Ananya Samuel, Juarriya Ahmed, Ariyana Kabir, Shakil Ahmed, Ayman Mahmud, Abdus Shihab, Syed Ashkizzaman, Dhrubanti, and Navid Hasan were cast in other roles.

Aside from the child actors, Subarna Mustafa, Tariq Anam Khan, Sushmita Sinha, Manna Hira, and Al Mansur, among others are also part of the film.

Morshedul Islam made his debut film 'Agami' in 1984. Since then he slowly climbed his way to become one of the prominent filmmakers of this country.

His first children's film 'Dipu Number Two' (1996) was acclaimed by the audience. It was most loved by the younger audience.  Apart from filmmaking, Morshedul Islam is actively involved with the film society movement of the country.