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12:00 AM, February 18, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, February 18, 2017

Premi O Premi

Director: Zakir Hossain Raju

Starring: Arefin Shuvo, Nusrat Faria, Amzad Hossain, Aman Reza

Run time: 144min

Release Date: 10th February

Rating: 7/10

 

Plot: Nusrat Faria plans on travelling all the way from London to Kolkata to surprise her boyfriend. However, due to bad weather conditions, her plane makes an emergency landing at Chittagong airport. But to travel from Chittagong to Kolkata, she needs to go through Dhaka. Unfortunately, there is a transport strike in Dhaka on the same day and no driver is willing to take Nusrat Faria to Dhaka. An evil driver takes advantage of this situation and tries to kidnap Nusrat Faria with the pretense of taking her to Dhaka. With great difficulty, she somehow manages to escape the clutches of that driver and takes shelter at a house in Rangamati. There she meets Arefin Shuvo and requests him to take her to Kolkata at any cost. They start their journey in a rundown car which breaks down after a point. But their journey continues. At one point, Arefin Shuvo falls for Nusrat Faria but decides to not say anything to her as she is desperately waiting to meet her boyfriend. He just makes sure she reaches Kolkata safely. And to find out what happens to him after that, well, you will need to watch the movie.

REVIEW: From the very first scene, Arefin Shuvo captures the attention of the audience really well. He seems to be getting better at acting with each movie he does. In every scene, from his dialogues to his costumes, he blends into the character perfectly. Nusrat Faria portrays the character of a girl studying abroad really well. Both her get up and her way of delivering the dialogues is very smart. The Bangladeshi movie industry really needs more smart actresses like her. Overall, the movie is breathtaking to watch specially because of the beautiful locations and amazing cinematography. This movie is a prime example of how the Bangladeshi movie industry is getting better day by day. The plot of this movie is inspired by Hollywood's “Leap Year”.

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