Warning (2015 film)

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Warning
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Theatrical Teaser Poster
Directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi
Produced byTopi Khan
Written byAbdullah Zahir Babu
Starring
Music byShouquat Ali Imon
Production
company
Maple Films
Distributed byMaple Films
Release date
  • 1 May 2015 (2015-05-01)
Running time
135 minutes
CountryBangladesh
LanguageBengali

Warning (Bengali : ওয়ানিং) is a Bangladeshi action comedy thriller film produced by Topi Khan under the banner of Maple Films. The film is directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi and features a cast that includes Arifin Shuvoo, Mahiya Mahi, Rubel and Misha Sawdagor. [1] In the film, Arifin Shuvo plays the role of a kidnapper and Mahiya Mahi plays the role a journalist. It was a remake of 2002 Tamil film Ramanaa .

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Plot

The film start with a special operation to rescue few child from human traffickers. DCDB Murad Anti kidnapping Squad incharge. He help the rescue team and rescue these child. Meanwhile, a fax come to police station and it's inform that someone will kidnap Dr. Masud. Police officers don't emphasize in this fax and someone kidnap Dr. Masud. Then the kidnapper want ransom. Then the police team hit upon a plan. They will arrest him when he will come to take ransom. The kidnapper come and pick up money then DCDB Murad chase him. Chasing him they enter to Channel X office. There he catch Jishan (Arifin Shuvoo). Jishan enquire about the kidnappers. At the same time there was showing in television that Dr. Masud is confessing all his iniquity.

After few days, a fax come again and inform that engineer Belal will be kidnapped. To know this police team ensure security of engineer Belal. But the kidnapper kidnap engineer Belal. But police team got actual image of kidnapper from CCTV footage and the kidnapper is reporter Jishan. Murad go to Jishan's house to catch him but he become able to flee from there with help of Trina. Then Trina ask him why he did that. Jishan tell everything that he lost his father and sister in a building destroy and he get a news about some poerson who is connected with this. He kidnap all of those person to take revenge.

Cast

Production

Casting

Upon success of Agnee, Maple Films Limited announced the production of Warning with a similar ensemble cast, which includes Arifin Shuvoo, Mahiya Mahi and Misha Sawdagor, however the film has no connection with Agnee.

Location

The film is entirely shot in Bangladesh. Majority of the film was shot in Dhaka while a few scenes were captured in Cox's Bazzar and Sylhet. The music track "Facebook" and "Shono Tumi" was entirely shot in Cox's Bazzar. Approximately 10% of the film was shot in Thailand.

Release

Warning was scheduled to release on 9 January 2015. However, The release date was pushed forward to 1 May 2015 due to conflict with other events such as Bishwa Ijtema, and 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Music

Warning's soundtrack album includes six songs, lyrics were written by Kabir Bakul. Shouquat Ali Emon has composed all the tracks for the album. The track "Eto Kosto" was released on 8 December 2014. Track "Facebook" was released on 17 December 2014 and "Shono Tumi", sung by Shafin Ahmed was released on 24 December 2014.

Reception

Sadman Sakib Sifat said, 'Warning' is another movie for a good start in Dhallywood.' [2]

Track listing

Warning
Soundtrack album by
James, Shafin Ahmed, Nancy, Kona and Munni
ReleasedJanuary 6, 2015 (2015-01-06)
Recorded2014
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length31:39
Label Tiger Media Limited
Director Shouquat Ali Emon
Producer S A Khan Topi
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Eto Kosto (Kannar Kobita)" James 6:18
2."Shono Tumi" Shafin Ahmed, Nancy 5:04
3."Facebook" Dilshad Nahar Kona, Rupam4:52
4."Excuse Me"Dinat Jahan Munni, Tasif5:04
5."Hai Whisky (Break Fail)"Roma, Saimon5:18
6."Shono Tumi (Solo Version)" Shafin Ahmed 5:03

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References

  1. "Arefin Shuvo & Mahi New Film Warning". newnewsbd. Retrieved November 19, 2014.
  2. "Sadman Sakib Sifat". Facebook. Retrieved July 27, 2017.