A Strange Fire Story ‘Syndicate’
Shihab Shaheen’s web series ‘C’indicate’. The director has been seen in passing shots in many famous movies of the world, it was also seen here. I sat with time. The journey of the series started with the story of many sectors of the country through the incident inside a bank. Instead of talking about what’s in the story, why did I like it so much, I sat down to write what I liked.
I try to watch any production of Shihab Shaheen with care since the 2007 serial drama ‘It Deva Khachcha’. Because stories move slowly, then settle into that story even more slowly. As a result, we slowly started our journey as a general and conscious audience about its construction from the ‘brick and brick cage’.
Although I had seen ‘Mirror of Ramiz’ long before that. But when did the happy days of sitting in front of the television and watching dramas end? However, from that old fascination, I sat down to watch his web series ‘Syndicate’.
Nisho is our child. We are a land-water-river-air people. We always have a different interest in him. The makers have introduced him in this series in a bang. It is a big surprise that Nisho will be seen as an Asperger syndrome patient like this. Day by day Nisho is becoming an outstanding actor, the evidence of that was found in Syndicate.
People suffering from this disorder usually cannot perform the expected social behavior. Nisho was excellent in that unconventional role. Her look has also been changed by the makers, and Nisho has poured herself 100% attention.
Rashed Mamun A'Pu. My younger brother from university. One of my own brothers. I also see him shaking. Nice to see. be proud C'indique'te A'pu was a pure badass. I can't imagine his alternative in this role. His performance especially with his family oriented and bokasoka wife impressed the lot.
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Shatabdi Wadud is almost all of us favorite front line actor of the century. He has shown in great Munsiana how to bring forward the lasciviousness of the upper classes of the society in such a cool way.