Entertainment Desk : Nasiruddin Yousuff directed film 'Alpha' had its TV premiere on Channel-i on Friday. 'Alpha' is the third feature film directed by Nasiruddin Yousuff, who made his directorial debut with liberation war film Ekatturer Jishu in 1992. His second film 'Guerrilla', released in 2011, portrays the story of a valiant female guerrilla fighter named Bilkis Banu, who participates in operations against the Pakistani occupation army during the liberation war. 'Alpha' revolves around a 40 year old painter, who lives in a wooden and bamboo house on stilts in the middle of a polluted lake on the outskirts of Dhaka City. 'Alpha portrays the discomfort of a person living in a third world cosmopolitan city in the age of globalization and marketing. I hope the audience will find it entertaining,' Nasiruddin Yousuff said. The film, which participated in SAARC Film Festival held in Sri Lanka this year, stars ATM Shamsuzzan, Doel, Isharat Nishat and others. Young actor Alamgir Kabir plays the lead character in the film. Channel-I telecast Alpha as part of its eight-day Eid special programs. The channel is airing seven films from Eid day.
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