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Self-proclaimed “18+only” Run Out releases today

 

Run Out, a brand new crime-thriller will premiere in cinemas around the country today. The film’s producer has labelled it as a movie for 18+, mature audiences, leading to several controversies.

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Apparently, the censor board approved of the movie without any cuts. Some claim that the label is the director’s idiosyncratic promotional tactic. Tanmoy Tansen has rubbished these claims, stating that he made the film from a very ethical standpoint where the plot focuses on the underworld, crime, sex and conspiracy. Based on this underlying theme, Tansen has suggested viewers below the age of 18 not to watch it.

Sajal Noor and Moushumi Nag have been paired together for the big screen while Romana Shwarna, Tariq Anam Khan, Omar Sani and Misa Sawdagar play supporting roles. The sizzling Naila Nayem will be seen performing an item song in the film as well.

Rafiqul Islam has written the original story while the director conducted the film’s cinematography. Vikings, a popular rock band from the 90s lead vocalist and songwriter will compose and gives music direction for all the songs and the background music.

A source from the film production confirms Run Out will release in 67 cinema theatres throughout the country.

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