Entertainment Desk: If everything goes well, Musharraf Karim’s Tollywood film ‘Hubba’ will be released in West Bengal as well as in Bangladesh in November. The film is directed by West Bengal minister, director and actor Bratya Basu. Kamal Mohammad Kibria Lipu, the leader of Kibria Films in Bangladesh, said that the audience will see it on the day of its release in West Bengal on November 24.
He is planning to bring the film to the country under the Sapta agreement. However, despite planning, the implementation of the initiative has not yet started. Kamal Mohammad Kibria Lipu said, ‘We have planned. But there is still time. So next month I will try to implement it under the SAPTA agreement.
Apart from this, the situation of the country and if the release date is available at the same time, then the work will be easy for us.
‘Hubba’ is Musharraf Karim’s second film in Kolkata. He played the role of a gangster in the film. The film is based on the life story of Hooghly’s notorious gangster Hubba Shyamal. Earlier he acted in the same producer’s ‘Dictionary’.
About the release in the country, the actor told Kal Kantha, “If the news is true, I will be happy. Earlier, when ‘Dictionary’ was released in West Bengal, many people in the country said that it should be released in Bangladesh as well. But that was not possible. This time it will be happy for me. “
He said that he did not know the news before, he first heard it from the reporter. He will be in touch with the director and producer of the movie in Kolkata.
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The teaser of the film ‘Hubba’ has already been released. Where another Musharraf Karim was found. Sometimes he is walking around with a gun in his hands, sometimes he spends time with a woman in the dark of night, sometimes he handles the activities of the criminal world. This flash full of thrills has won the appreciation of the audience. In addition to Musharraf, West Bengal’s Poulmi Bose, Loknath De and many others are acting in it.