In a surprising twist, renowned actress Shabnoor, initially slated to return with the movie "Matal Hawa," has changed course, making a comeback with the eagerly anticipated thriller, "Rangana." The muharat of the film “Rangana” was held on Saturday evening at Dhaka Club in the capital.
Under the banner of MS Films, the movie will be directed by talented filmmaker Arafat Hossain.
However, MS Films also surprised everyone by announcing another movie starring Shabnoor titled "Ekhono Bhalobashi" under the direction of Arafat Hossain at the event. This will be Arafat's second directorial film. He is making his name in the film direction with “Rangana”. Moushumi Akter Mithila will produce the movie.
The shooting of the film ‘Rangana’ will be started in the first week of March. The shooting will take place at the various locations of Dhaka, Cox’s Bazar, Saint Matrin’s, Kolkata, Kashmir, and others. After “Rangana”, the shooting of the movie “Ekhno Bhalobashi” will start, the director said.
Speaking about her involvement in "Rangana," Shabnoor expressed her excitement, saying, "I was presented with the script for 'Rangana' seven months ago while I was in Australia, and I immediately agreed. The enchanting songs, crafted by the talented Kabir Bakul, captivated me. I'm preparing myself for this unique role, and I hope the audience will witness something extraordinary."
However, Shabnoor does not want to stop with two movies. She said, “I will not stop here. I will work continuously. Will try to do more.”
Regarding her comeback, she said, “I don’t consider my return as a comeback. Because I am an artiste. Artists never die. Artists live in the audience's hearts through their work. So I don't want to call this a comeback.”
The movie will feature three songs, all penned by the nationally acclaimed lyricist Kabir Bakul. Imran Mahmudul, a popular singer, will lend his voice and contribute to the composition and arrangement of two songs. Arafat, the director, has crafted the storyline, with Tanmoy Muktadir taking charge of the screenplay and dialogue.