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The movie was shot at Bandarban, hillside area of Bangladesh in some sequences. Director Dipankar Dipan took some shot on hill top. On the hill top, there was lack of oxygen, so most of the unit member became ill. See more »
Mahiya Mahi addressed her boss as sir, but in the same shot, she addressed her boss as "Bhaiya"(Brother). See more »
Story is the heart of movie. A good movie must have a good story. Otherwise nothing will work. And in this context 'Dhaka Attack' passed easily with good marks. I'm not telling the story is unique or brilliant. But it is good and interesting.
'Serial Killer' kinda thing is very common in the movies nowadays. We've seen a lot from Hollywood, Bollywood, Korean and even from south Indian movie industry. But this is totally new genre for a Bangladeshi movie.
Almost everything in this movie worked perfectly except the VFX (!?) and lead actress Mahiya Mahi! VFX should have been better. Considering the low budget, we may forgive the VFX, but what about Mahiya Mahi? In every sense of the word, she was horrible! She couldn't portrait her character. Her over- acting, way of talking, expression everything was disappointing.
Arefin Shuvo and ABM Sumon did their best and acted very well. Shatabdi Wadud was phenomenal as always. Special thanks to Taskin Rahman for his outstanding performance and screen appearance as the villain. Music was good with appropriate BGM. Action sequences and cinematography were also very good (again the VFX is the only week point here).
Overall, it's a good movie. Considering Bangladeshi industry it's a very good movie. Probably the best thriller movie ever made in Bangladesh.
Definitely worth to watch!
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