Amin Khan, one of the popular film actors of the '90s, has been keeping busy with small-screen and big-screen projects alike, and his next venture promises a relatable and emotional journey into midlife crisis. The actor has just signed on to star in “Dulaler Mukh Dekhi”, helmed by Mizanur Rahman Labu.
Filming for the project is due to commence from March. The narrative is an urban tale that delves into a man's nostalgia of the years gone past.
“At my age, I find myself looking back on all the moments I've lived through,” Amin Khan tells The Daily Star. “I related to the protagonist so closely in the script, that I had no choice but to get on board.”
On the other hand, Amin Khan is also slated to appear alongside Mahi and a new male lead in an entertaining venture directed by Hasan Shikdar titled “Obotar.” Filming for the movie is already underway, and it has been revealed that “Obotar” is a venture geared towards the younger audience.
“'Avatar' raises issues faced by much of the youth nowadays, such as drug addiction,” says Amin. “The film also attempts to show viewers on how to free oneself from this dark path.”
The busy actor is also involved with some small screen projects, and is slated to appear in a new drama series directed by Shahriar Rahman titled “Shabdhaan Bangladesh.” The actor informed The Daily Star that the show is an action series.