SOUNDS GOOD



Режиссёры GOLAM KIBRIA FAROOKI

Сценаристы GOLAM KIBRIA FAROOKI, SARDER SANIAT HOSSAIN

Продюсеры FARIDUR REZA SAGAR, IBNE HASAN KHAN

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Продолжительность 00:12:33

Страна Бангладеш

 

This is a cosmopolitan story of a metropolitan city called Dhaka. The story is about how the relationship between he and she builds up today’s modern times. The relationship between he and she is not only about have respect or have faith, have sex or collect tickets after waiting hours in the endless queue to go to the cinema hall to watch a romantic movie together. The relationship between actor Romel and actress Fabiha is more about professional rather than the Romeo-Juliet stereotypes melodrama. Though Romel acclaims that they are Romeo-Juliet duo of Bangladesh. Apparently, their love story seems normal to the sound boy Pappu who records sound in a shooting place. Pappu overhears Romel-Fabiha’s conversations unintentionally. Romel talks about lingerie those he brought from abroad for Fabiha. Pappu feels tingling sensation and goes to the upstairs makeup room. But there he sees the mater of Fabiha sitting in front of the makeup room. Mater says that it is strictly prohibited to come to the makeup room zone during Romel’s shooting.Then Pappu goes desperately to the back side of the makeup room by using escape holder to be escaped from the tingling sensation. He starts watching and listening to the drama between Romel and Fabiha like watching a movie in the cinema hall through window’s tiny holes. Now Pappu starts discovering intimate affair of Romel and Fabiha. By times go, the daughter of Romel comes to the makeup room as a big surprise to Pappu. Luckily, Romel just manages to avoid getting embarrassed in front of his daughter Riddo. Pappu gets a little bit emotional with the time and starts thinking deeply ‘What the fuck is going on’?. He might not prepare for this twisting triangle melodrama between Romel, Fabiha, and Riddo. The train of the life waits neither for Romel-Fabiha nor for Pappu. Pappu’s shooting life goes.