Impress Telefilm joins Farooki’s No Land’s Man as producer

Culture Desk

3 July, 2020 12:00 AM printer

Impress Telefilm joins Farooki’s No Land’s Man as producer

Impress Telefilm Limited has joined the Mostofa Sarwar Farooki’s star-studded film No Land’s Man as a producer. 

Talking about the matter, Impress Telefilm Managing Director Faridur Reza Sagar said, “We have tried to associate with the key films of Bangladesh since the beginning of Impress Telefilm. Our productions have participated several times in international festivals like Toronto, Busan, Rotterdam Film Festival and others.” “We have been supporting Farooki since his first film. Now we are very delighted to join his first international project No Land’s Man, he added.” 

While Mostofa Sarwar Farooki said, “Faridur Reza Sagar has always been very supportive since I have started my journey towards the big screen. My debut film ‘Bachelor’ was produced by Impress Telefilm. then, they have produced my movies “Made in Bangladesh’, ‘Third Person Singular Number’ and ‘Pipra Bidya’. I’m very happy that Faridur Reza Sagar has joined with my international project.” 

The shooting of No Land’s Man has been completed at the beginning of the year. The film has already created a lot of buzzes. Lastly, Oscar and Grammy winning composer AR Rahman has joined the U.S.-India-Bangladesh film as a composer and co-producer.

The cast of the film includes renowned Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, celebrated Bangladeshi musician and actor Tahsan Khan and promising Australian actor Megan Mitchell.

In the film, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is also one of the producers of the project, alongside award-winning US producer Shrihari Sathe, Farooki, Nusrat Imrose Tisha, Anjan Chowdhury, Director of Square Group, and Bongo BD.

No Land’s Man has already won the Motion Picture Association of America and Asia Pacific Screen Awards’ Script Development fund in 2014. It was part of the Asian Project Market at Busan, and was chosen as the best project at India’s Film Bazaar the same year.

The predominantly English-language film will chronicle a tragic, strange, and at times funny journey of a South Asian man whose journey takes layered and complicated shape when he meets an Australian girl in the US.