Recently, the screening for the French film, Fahim, was held at the Le Grand Rex, Paris. The film is based on the life of a Bangladeshi chess prodigy, who flees Bangladesh and arrives in Paris with his father. The story further narrates the struggles the father and son have to face in a new country to make a living. Later, after overcoming all the hurdles, Fahim manages to become France’s Under-12 Chess Champion in 2012. The film is directed by Pierre-François Martin-Laval, and Ahmed Assad is starring as the lead role, with Mizanur Rahaman as Fahim’s father. The movie has been screened in various cinema halls across Paris from October 16, 2019. It is also being shown in many other cities across Europe. The film’s director has stated that so far, there are no plans to release the film in Bangladesh.