Anisur Rahaman Milon, who is passing a busy time after his leap from television to celluloid, has paired up with Moushumi for a film titled “Ratrir Jatri” – days before his flick “Onek Sadher Moyna” hits the cinemas on November 7. Though the two actors had worked in a telefilm called “Love Bird” before, this will mark their first pairing on the big screen. About his experience of working with Moushumi, Milon said: “Definitely, I was excited. I was enthralled by her on-screen chemistry with Salman Shah. She is such a nice person, and I’m looking forward to working with her.” The film “Ratrir Jatri” centres around a woman who sets out on a journey one night. Her past life, including her struggles and escapades with her romantic interest, are shown through flashbacks. The shooting of the film will start sometime in the next month. “Onek Sadher Moina” is a remake of “Moynamoti,” a 1969 film starring Kabori and Razzak. The modern version, which only borrowed its theme from the original, depicts a love triangle and stars Mahiya Mahi and Bappy along with Milon. It was directed by Zakir Hossain Raju.
Milon said his character in the remake is striking in that he had to play two “antithetic” roles in it. In the first part of the movie, he plays a docile village boy, while in the second, he is a completely changed person.
With nine films in hands, four of which awaiting release including “Onek Sadher Moyna,” “Bhalobasa Simahin,” “Prem Korbo Tomar Sathe” and five in production including “One Way,” “Target,” “Blackmail,” “Ratrir Jatri” and “Friendship” – Milon says he wants to establish himself as an “actor-hero” capable of playing diverse roles in mainstream films.
The actor will fly to Nepal with the “Blackmail” team on the first week of November to shoot for two songs. In the film, he will be seem as a boxer along with Bobby and Moushumi Hamid. About the film, Milon said, “The story of this film is a contemporary one.”
Source: dhaka tribune