Bashundhara LPG debuts in Bangla movie
Bashundhara LPG has set another benchmark in social responsibilities by announcing its patronage to Bengali movie which is first of its kind from any of the country’s leading business conglomerate.
Officials of the country’s best LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) brand announced its partnership with the upcoming thriller movie — Mission Extreme — at a press conference at Bashundhara Industrial Headquarters in the capital on Thursday.
Bashundhara LPG Business Development Head ZM Ahmed Prince and Account and Finance Head Mahbub Alam, General Manager Jakaria Jalal and Assistant General Manager Ataur Rahman were also present on the occasion.
Bashundhara LPG is a co-sponsor of the movie Mission Extreme, a thriller fiction, directed by Faisal Ahmed and Sunny Sanowar which will hit silver screen on upcoming Eid-Ul-Adha, according to the officials.
Officials informed that the movie is the sequel of the blockbuster movie Dhaka Attack where the viewers will find courageous role of country’s counter terrorism administration.
This film featured with central role of thriller hero Arifin Shuvo paired with Miss World final round participant Jannatul Ferdous Oishi, according to the officials. Besides, Dhaka Attack-famous Taskin Ahmed and Sadia Nabila have significant roles in the action movie.
Addressing the meeting, Bashundhara LPG General Manager Jakaria Jalal said: “It’s a great occasion for us to sign up with a film for first time as a co-sponsor. We hope the movie Mission Extreme will make us proud.”
Jakaria informed that the viewers will find a strong role of the law enforce administration in the movie. He also assured that Bashundhara LPG will continue its involvement in social good in the future.
Mission Extreme Director Sunny Sanwar said the movie team is very happy to get a big brand as a co-sponsor and hoped that the sequel will cross the popularity than ‘Dhaka Attack’.
It may be mentioned that thriller movie Dhaka Attack gained massive popularity projecting role of country’s counter terrorism admin on celluloid.