Ananta’s ‘Din-The Day’ set to release on Dec 24

Publish: 10:06 PM, October 18, 2021 | Update: 10:06:PM, October 18, 2021

TBT Report
Ananta Jalil’s upcoming film ‘Din – The Day’ is set to hit the theatres countrywide on December 24. The Dhallywood star made the announcement at a press briefing held at the Blockbuster Cinemas in Jamuna Future Park on Saturday.

Apart from Bangladesh, the film was shot in several other countries including Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Lebanon and Syria. The film is directed by Iranian filmmaker Murtaza Otash Jamjam, starring Ananta and his wife, Afiea Nusrat Barsha, as well as newcomer Sumon Faruk and several Lebanese and Iranian actors.

The song was filmed in the beautiful landscape of a Middle Eastern desert, according to its makers. ‘Din – The Day’ is a collaboration between Bangladesh and Iran. The film is jointly produced by Ananta Jalil’s Monsoon Films and Iran’s Farabi Cinema. The film will be released in Bengali, Persian, Arabic and English languages.

“I have requested the release of the film in Bangla language in the Middle East countries where Bangladeshi expatriates live,” Ananta told the media Saturday night. In the film, Ananta Jalil will be seen playing the role of a cop who works for Interpol.