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The craftsman of the native story

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Why is the film syndicate in discussion?

There is the issue of finding our own story on screen, along with the dialogues of Takdeer, Unlaukik, Kaiser or Kargar was also one of the subjects of practice. There have been enter series all over the world about a police detective troubled by his personal life, but Kaizer was a bright exception in the Bengali web world. The series was more talked about for its witty and humorous writing than for its screenplay. The writer of the series Ayman Swadhan will soon make his debut as a producer.

It's not hard to guess from this production company's series, that one of their strengths is moderation. Psychological drama, family drama, thriller – they have done different types of work. But it's easy to find clapping—there aren't many scenes like that in any content. Many current serials lose the appeal of scenes by overuse of background music. Here too Munshiana has been introduced by writers, makers and producers. Tried to be realistic while telling the story.

Actress Rikita Nandini Shimu, who has acted in Takdeer and Kaizer, feels that film syndication can create a space of comfort among artistes, which has an effect on work. Shimu said, 'I am impressed by their professionalism. Later when I might go to another job, I miss the experience of working with them.'

Working with this production company almost 'lost' actors have been found, some have gone from star to international star again. The series has also touched the many regrets of not using the country's actors properly. First let's talk about Intekhab Dinar. The actor almost disappeared from the screen. Charaki himself described getting a chance in the last episode of his anthology series Unlaukik, 'Dvikhandit', as getting his 'second life'.

Intekhab Dinar said, '”Divide” is the turning point of my career. It gave me a second life. I have never received such appreciation for any work before. I feel so good. I work to please the audience. Appreciation for work increases accountability in the workplace.'

Apart from Unlaukik, Dinar has worked with Film Syndicate in Takdeer, Jago Bahe, Karagar. Jago Bahe did with Film Noir. Now doing another new job. He would like to mention working with this production company as an extraordinary experience. According to him, film syndicates try their best to satisfy an artiste. Dinar often jokes about this, 'They only need to bring the body to their sets, the rest comes naturally.' He feels that film syndication makes work enjoyable. 'They are very professional; The care and respect they show for the work, for the artist—all in all a great experience.' He said.

Everyone knows that Chanchal Chowdhury is a good actor, one of the top stars of the country. But who would have thought that the way he became hugely popular in India after Taqdeer, Unlaukik, Jail. Chanchal feels that quality work is what sets Film Syndicate apart from others. “Everyone there, whether it's the production design people or the makers—everyone is very talented,” he said. I say Tanim (Tanim Noor) or Shawki (Syed Ahmed Shawki), Anim (Saleh Sobhan); Apart from that, all those who are there are brilliant. It can be understood from the work I have done with them. Their stories are good. They work for a long time with this good story. Research, production design is also good, artist selection is also logical. Preproduction, construction, postproduction—all done very professionally.'

The makers, writers, producers of Film Syndicate said that they prepare long for any work; This may have given their work a different dimension. And its root is 'Cinemaprem'. This statement of the production house was echoed by Tasnia Farin, who acted in Jail. He has rarely had the experience of working with such a well-organized team. One of the most talked about stars of this time, feels that the most positive aspect of film syndicates is that they spend a lot of time in pre-production. From the script to the detailed planning—everything is done. Each character is detailed. Why the character, what he is doing, revising the script, repeatedly talking to the artists, rehearsing, arguing among themselves, finding out the weakness of the story and trying to solve it themselves—all in all, their working environment is different. Everyone in this team tries to make maximum use of the available resources. So when the artist appears in the shoot, the atmosphere is automatically created.

Giving an example, Farin says, 'As I was working in a prison, the whole environment on the set was different. Everyone was trying their best. It felt as if we had gone back two hundred years to the atmosphere of the series. Not everyone can create the environment. Like Chanchal Bhai's Q & A scene with me was done brilliantly. Anyone who knows their job well on their set tries to do it.'

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