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Despite criticism, Children Of War runs houseful in Bangladesh
Indraneil Sengupta, Raima Sen and Tilotama Shome’s war film has been facing a lot of criticism for showcasing the India-Bangladesh relationship in a bad way
Indian filmmaker Mrityunjay Devvrat’s Children of War: Nine Months to Freedom, a film on Bangladesh’s Liberation War, is luring audiences to the theatres despite many panning the film for not reflecting the real Bangladesh. Click here to read more
Children Of War movie review: Indraneil Sengupta, Raima Sen and Tilotama Shome’s war film is a masterpiece.
Farouque Sheikh, Pavan Malhotra, Victor Bannerjee, Riddhi Sen also are a part of writer-director Mrityunjay Devvrat’s film
In one of the many mind-numbing images in this exceptionally vivid work on the ravages of war, the back of a truck is jolted open and out tumble a bunch of women one on top of another at a Pakistani prison camp for Bangladeshi women run by a despicable tyrant, who could be the Nazi mass murderer Ralph Fiennes in Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List”. Click here to read more