“Doriya Parer Doulati”: Abdullah Al Mamun’s last film to hit the big screen | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, January 24, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, January 24, 2010

“Doriya Parer Doulati”: Abdullah Al Mamun’s last film to hit the big screen


Left: The film features the relentless struggles of a community of labourers living in Hatia Island. Right: Abdullah Al Mamun in a scene from the film.

Late actor-director-scriptwriter and filmmaker Abdullah Al Mamun's last film "Doriya Parer Doulati" is all set for release. The premiere of the film will be held on January 24 at the Star Cineplex. The film will be released across the country on January 29.
The film features the relentless struggles of a community of labourers living in Hatia, who toil to build a barrage to save the island from tidal waves.
Dirt-poor Doulati (Poppy) is beautiful and charming. She loves Boli (Manna) and wants to be with him. But her dream of a blissful romance is shattered when goons kill Boli. Hell hath no fury like an enraged woman and Doulati prepares to avenge her lover's death.
Abdullah Al Mamun, Ferdousi Majumdar and Shahidul Alam Sachchu play the other central roles in the film. It is noteworthy that "Doriya Parer Doulati" is actor Manna's last film as well.
The film is an adaptation of a novel by the late freedom fighter, Kamal Uddin Ahmed, better known as Bangla Kamal to the people of Hatia. Abdullah Al Mamun had written the screenplay. Ali Akbar Rupu and Arman Khan are the music directors of the film.
The film was mostly shot on the island of Hatia as the story is based on the locale. The other spots were Dhonbari in Tangail, Hotapara and also at FDC.

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