Shakib and Apu’s new look in Red

The sizzling on-screen couple Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas are set to hit the cinemas once again in their upcoming film Red – The Color of Love at the occasion of Valentine’s Day this year. The film is directed by Safi Uddin Safi.

After a break, the dynamic duo paired up for the silver-screen and the audience are in for a treat as the previous record states that their on-screen chemistry is well received by the fans. The special aspect of their pairing this time is that, both the actors have worked out for a makeover in this film and they will be appearing looking slimmer and better looking than before.

In a recent interview with the Dhaka Tribune, Dhallywood megastar Shakib Khan said: “There is quite a hype created by Bollywood actors with their polished look and six-pack abs and all. Therefore, our audience are also demanding the same from the actors of this country. I respect their wishes and therefore, I am concentrating on making my body more slim and maintained.”

The 135-minutes film is a love story that is bound to hold the interest of the audience with its striking star-cast and unique script. The story of the film emphasises on the favourite colour of the lead female actor and the male actor changes his name to Red for making an impression on the female actor.

The film will hit more than seventy cinemas at the same time and the director of the film Safi Uddin Safi told the Dhaka Tribune: “Right now, I am working on the production phase of the film. I want to release the movie on St Valentines’ Day since it is a love story, and also I want the political instability out of the way. I have tried to present a love story in an interesting manner and hoping that it will be well received and appreciated.”

The new face of showbiz Mim Chowdhury, first-runner up of reality show Mangolee Nacho Bangladesh Nacho, will be seen in an important role in Red – The Color of Love. The film’s music is directed by Ahmed Humayun and features Tausif, Pulok, and Munni as playback singers.

source:dhaka tribune