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'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale' aired on 10 TV channel

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'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale'
ime Minister Sheikh Hasina will turn 63 on September 28. On the occasion of the Prime Minister's birthday, the documentary 'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale' will be shown on Bangladesh Television with various unknown and unseen stories of her life.

The documentary 'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale' will be aired on 10 private television channels including Bangladesh Television.

The documentary 'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale' will be aired on Bangladesh Television on September 28 at 3 pm, AVCRI said in a press release.

Ekushey TV will broadcast the documentary at 12 noon and Ekattar TV and Channel I at 3 pm.

Besides, Gazi Television will broadcast at 3:50 pm, DBC at 4:30 pm, Time TV at 5 pm, Desh TV at 5:30 pm, Bangla TV at 8:50 pm, Vijay TV at 9:30 pm and Mashranga at 11 pm.

This documentary is produced by Awami League's Research Wing Center for Research and Information - CRI. Radwan Mujib Siddique, grandson of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and state minister for power Nasrul Hamid Bipu's producer. Directed by Piplu Khan of Apple Box Films.

Starting from coming to Dhaka with her family members in 1952, various events of Sheikh Hasina's personal and political life have come up in this documentary.

On 15 August 1975, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was assassinated along with all his family members while his two sisters Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana were abroad. After living in exile, returning to the country in 1981, returning the party to orbit with the helm of the lost Awami League, the anti-authoritarian movement, being elected by the people and becoming the Prime Minister, these issues of Sheikh Hasina's life have been documented by the producer.

In this documentary about Sheikh Hasina, her relationship with Baba Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, her growing up in contact with him, her unwavering faith and trust in her father's political ideology has come to the fore very naturally.

The documentary has already been screened in various places in the country and abroad and has garnered acclaim. The music of the documentary has been arranged by Devajyoti Mistra, cinematography by Sadiq Ahmed and editing by Navneeta Sen.

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