Debutant Director Haider Khan Gives World Cinema Its First Feature Film On World’s Biggest Rohingya Genocide Based On True Events – About Unsung Special Forces INDIAN Paras Which Are Known As The Maroon Berets Of Our Nation

Debutant Director Haider Khan Gives World Cinema Its First  Feature Film On World’s Biggest  Rohingya Genocide  Based On True Events – About Unsung Special Forces INDIAN Paras Which Are Known As The Maroon Berets Of Our Nation

For the first time ever in the history of world cinema finally, one patriotic Indian army feature film is made on ROHINGYA’S directed by the debutant director HAIDER KHAN who has directed Salman Khan starrer Dabang 3 promo, song for notebook movie with Salman Khan, his dear friend Vidyut Jammwal starrer junglee promos and 100 plus ad films and videos for the top brands all over the world.
ROHINGYA is produced by Thunder Dragon Productions from Bhutan. It’s a film of its own kind which tells us about the unsung SPECIAL FORCES INDIAN paras which are known as the maroon Berets of our Nation.
The director himself is a son of ex Indian army paratrooper so this subject is very close to his heart. He has shot this film in Bhutan, North East of India where very few films have been shot and the beautiful snow cape valleys of Uttarakhand.
The story is based on the biggest Rohingya genocide in the world. The lead cast includes- Salman Khan starrer Radhe fame MR BHUTAN Sangay tsheltrim who’s also an ex NDA Pune from Bhutan and was the royal bodyguard of the king of Bhutan and Tangia Zaman Methila the supermodel of Bangladesh who is playing a very de glamorised Rohingya girl. And NSD actor Baharul Islam and Rajib Kalita and new comers Anil Choudhary, Gautam Gossain, Kapil Gujar, Audery, Puja kulay.
The most astonishing thing about this film is that its completely shot in the natural light and no hair or makeup has been used in the entire film, it’s a very rare subject and no one has ever made a film about the Rohingya community.

Director Haider Khan says,  “this will be in world cinema, its first-feature film on worlds biggest, Rohingya Genocide based on their plight, never showcased before  & it will throw light and will tell us about the unsung SPECIAL FORCES INDIAN paras which are known as the maroon Berets of our Nation. 

 
The film is shot on complete natural light and we actually didn’t have hair and makeup and degalmourised ,I wanted to bring the realism and the feel of the pain gone through them, My actors were extremely supportive as in real life they are super Models and always entwined in glamour laughs Haider.”

Haider Khan the director himself has written the story and screenplay of it. This film highlights the unspoken story about ROHINGYA’S . Over 900,000 Rohingya refugees fled violence in Myanmar and sought refuge in Bangladesh. And they are still looking for freedom to date.

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