Desha: The Leader
Desha: The Leader is a 2014 Bangladeshi political thriller film produced by Jaaz Multimedia. The film was scripted and directed by Saikat Nasir and features a cast that includes newcomer Shipon Mitra, Mahiya Mahi, and Tariq Anam Khan. Desha: The Leader is a story about a political reality show that turns severe. The film was released on 26 December 2014. It won four National Film Awards.
|Desha: The Leader|
|Directed by||Saikat Nasir|
|Produced by||Abdul Aziz|
|Screenplay by||Saikat Nasir|
|Story by||Saikat Nasir|
|Edited by||Tawhid Hossain Chowdhury|
|Distributed by||Jaaz Multimedia|
Channel 99 arranges a reality show, to select the next leader by SMS voting of people all over the world. The elected leader will stay on the person's house for two days, who will vote for the maximum times by SMS.
Abdullah Al Amin (Rubel) of The Daily Star gave the film two stars out of five. Although he found Tariq Anam Khan's performance "absolutely superb" and lauded the concept for its originality, the weak screenplay, direction, and cinematography "meant this movie just couldn't be the hit it could have been."
At the 39th Bangladesh National Film Awards, Desha: The Leader won in four categories. Tariq Anam Khan won Best Actor in a Negative Role. James received his first National Award, Best Male Playback Singer, for the song "Ashche Desha Ashche". Nasir won Best Cinematography, and Towhid Hossain Chowdhury won Best Editing.
Abdullah Al Amin (Rubel) of The Daily Star praised the one song by James, but considered the rest of the soundtrack lackluster.
|Desha: The Leader|
|Soundtrack album by|
|1.||""Koto Ronger Hatchani""||Kishore Das, Dilshad Nahar Kona||3:48|
|3.||""Eki Maya""||A I Raju||2:23|
|4.||""Bangla Maaer Gaan""||Shafiq Tuhin||3:16|
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