Yash Rohan, who made his mark in the industry with Giasuddin Selim's 'Swapnajaal', is all set to take on another challenge with Chabial's telefilm, 'Chaka.' Written and directed by Ashfaque Nipun, 'Chaka' is presented by Bhalobashar Bangladesh, a campaign which shows the positive sides of Bangladesh from the perspective of the Bangladeshi youth to help people reignite their patriotism. The campaign was organised by Chabial, Aamrai Bangladesh and Greenbee Communications, in association with Square Toiletries Ltd and Mediacom Limited, to celebrate 47 years of Bangladesh's victory. The telefilm will be released on Maasranga Television, SA TV, Nagorik TV and ETV tonight at 8 pm. Yash opens up about his experience of working on 'Chaka' and more.
What can you tell us about the telefilm, Chaka?
Chaka revolves around an ordinary boy who goes through the struggles of unemployment and then goes on to find success after opening his own firm. I believe that the story of Chaka is beautiful. This was the first time that I worked on something that will be aired on four different channels on the same day, at the same time. Needless to say, it is quite exciting.
How do you feel about teaming up with Ashfaque Nipun, the writer and director of Chaka?
Working on Chaka was an incredible learning experience for me. As a writer and director, Ashfaque bhai always looked out for his actors on the sets. He is a really thorough and caring leader. We shot the telefilm at different locations around Dhaka and I had a great time.
How do you feel about the release of Chaka on four different television channels?
I am delighted that because of the pattern of its release, Chaka will reach a large audience. However, at the same time, I am a bit nervous. I hope that people like our work.
Can you tell us anything about your other upcoming projects?
My next film will be Moina Pakhi, directed by Arun Chowdhury. We will be going to Manikganj to shoot it.