Tiger Number One

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Tiger Number One
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Shakib Khan as Tiger in the film
Directed by Shaheen Sumon
Screenplay byShaheen Sumon
Story byAbdullah Zahir Babu
Produced byMothor Rahman
CinematographyS M Azahar
Music byEmon Shah
Distributed byS.M.S. Films
Release date
  • 31 August 2011 (2011-08-31)
Running time
155 min

Tiger Number One (Bengali : টাইগার নাম্বার ওয়ান) (earlier titled Nababzada) [1] [2] is a Bengali action film directed by Shaheen Sumon. It stars Shakib Khan, Nipun, Shahara, Amit Hasan, Misha Sawdagor, Shiba Shanu, Kazi Hayat, Abul Hayat, and Don, among others. [3] [4] [5] . The film is a remake of the 2010 Tamil language film Raavanan. This is the first film in which Shakib Khan has played a villain role. Tiger Number One was released on Eid-ul-Fitr, 31 August 2011.



The film is focused on an innocent young man who later becomes a dangerous killer in the city and helds female journalist captive.



According to Orchi Othondrila, mainstream Bangladeshi films are "always based on a central hero while female characters are there as objects to complement [the] hero's actions." She wrote that, as with many other Shakib Khan film titles, the title Tiger Number One implies "that the stories are solely depended on the hero who is the centre of the actions." [6]


The music for Tiger Number One was directed by Imon Shah.[ citation needed ]

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