Hitman (2014 film)
Hitman film poster
|Directed by||Wazed Ali Sumon|
|Produced by||Sojib Films|
|Screenplay by||Abdulla Zohir Babu|
|Story by||Kashem Ali Dulal|
|Music by||Ali Akram Shuvo|
|Distributed by||Sojib Films|
Hitman is a 2014 Dhallywood film directed by Wazed Ali Sumon. starring Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas in lead roles, while Misa Sawdagar, Joy Chowdhury, Bipasa and Shairin Shila play other pivotal roles. The film is a remake of 2012 Tamil blockbuster film, Vettai. The film is released on 6 October 2014 of Eid Al Adha in 119 screens. Hitman was second highest grossing Dhallywood film of 2014 after Hero: The Superstar.
Hitman is a powerful story of two siblings, Rana and Shuvo, who are very different from each other. Their father was a police constable but after his death, Shuvo assumes the same duty. Due to his lack of bravery, Shuvo finds it difficult to fight crime. It is in these times that Rana, who is not a cop, steps up and assists his elder brother. As Shuvo wins many of his brother's battles with crime, the accolades are showered onto Shuvo to an extent that he is promoted as the Superintendent of Police. The turning point in the story arises when Shuvo is caught off guard and brutally thrashed. It now becomes imperative for Rana to build his brothers courage to face his fears and overcome them. This point onwards we see Shuvo stand tall and brave and how, he along with Rana, tackles the villains who are out to hunt them down.
- Shakib Khan as Rana
- Apu Biswas as Tania
- Misha Sawdagor as Dabla
- Joy Chowdhury as Shuvo
- Shirin Shila as Tarin
- Shiva Shanu
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