The movie buffs in Bangladesh have been eagerly waiting for the theatrical release of Bangladesh’s first surfing film No Dorai (Dare to Surf). The film made hit the local theatres on Friday, despite a few complaints and edits from the censor board. A special premiere for the press and media personalities was held on Thursday evening. We rushed to take a first peek into the much-hyped drama, but was sorely disappointed.The premiere itself dazzled the guests. Celebrities, media personalities and government officials, not to mention the film’s cast and crew, filled up the premises of Star Cineplex at Bashundhara City shopping mall in Dhaka.No Dorai 2019 Full Movie Download
The film screening was supposed to begin at 7pm, but at 7:45pm, the film’s producer and Star Cineplex Chairman Mahboob Rahman came on the stage and deeply apologized for the delay due to management issues. Speaking about the film, he said how months of hard work went into the making of No Dorai, how amazing a team was assembled by the film’s executive producer and popular Bangladeshi musician Xefer Rahman, and how incredible the audience’s response was. He said the film was inspired by the true story of a girl named Nasima, who overcame every barrier to fulfil her dreams to become a surfer in a religious conservative town like Cox’s Bazar. Mahboob said this film was a movement to further propel women empowerment and a new era in Bangladeshi film industry.As the film began, the audience was captivated by the stunning visuals of Cox’s Bazar. Taneem Rahman, the film’s director, and Sumon Sarker, the cinematographer, must be praised for capturing the beautiful visuals of the world’s longest beach as never seen before. No Dorai can boast about having the most spectacular visuals and colours in any Bangladeshi film in recent times. The director himself is one of the most talented editors and colourists in the country, and the film’s images reflect that.