A lower-middle class family in Bangladesh's capital city of Dhaka is going through hard times. Their father has gone blind and can no longer work, and most of the family's money has been wasted on their unemployed son Hiru, who refuses to work.
For the first time in the long 50-year history of cinema in Bangladesh, a feature film is going to be made based on a story of Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore. Impress Telefilm has come up with this project of filming Tagores short story Shasti (punishment).
One of the most commercially successful film of all time. A beder meya saves life of a local prince and the romantic story develops after that. There was a remake of this in 1991 which was an Indo-Bangladesh joint venture.