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Over the last few years, Adnan Al Rajeev has proved himself to be one of the most talented young ad film makers of Bangladesh. Starting out as an assistant director to Mostofa Sarwar Farooki, Adnan's debut as a maker was with his first telefilm 'Uccha toro Padartha Biggan' in 2009. His telefilms such as 'At 18-All Time Dourer Upor' and 'Middleclass Sentiment' were well received across the country, especially by the youth.
Recently He spoke to the Star Weekend about his dreams and hopes. 

What are the three things you would like to take with you on a deserted island?
Water, some sort of transportation and my cell phone.

Who is your inspiration?
I am inspired by a lot of foreign directors. It's hard to name just one.

Three movies you liked recently?
Requiem for a Dream
The Tracy Fragments
Black Swan
Something which the world does not know about you?
I am an open book so there's nothing which the world doesn't know about me.
Who is your favourite Director?
Darren Arnofsky 
The one thing you would like to change in the media industry?
The way films are distributed in our country. In my opinion we should focus more on digital distributing.

What is your favourite midnight snack?
Tehari - midnight or midday

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