ADA Bangladesh, an advertising agency, is bringing a 3-episode micro web series, “Middle-class Dinratri,” produced by G-Gas, to present before the audience the story of middle-class life in a new form.
The middle class is one of the most talked-about parts of our society.
People’s lives belonging to the middle class are entwined with myriads of stories. Sometimes, it’s a dream
to touch the sky; sometimes, it’s an intense struggle to accept everything with a smile on the face. The life of the middle class is constantly revolving in a circle, with all kinds of emotions pervading every gyre of the circle.
The presence of all the colors of life consisting of laughter, sorrow, joy, pain, tantrums, and struggle can be seen in the neatly decorated homes of the middle class in their day-to-day lives. This micro web series will portray all those emotions and struggles. It deals with all the events surrounding middle-class life, shows how a struggling mother protects and cherishes her entire family after losing her husband. How a middle-class family moves forward driven
by the bond of family love and dreams of a beautiful future overcoming many obstacles is
the central idea of the plot.
Renowned actress Rosy Siddiqui has played the role of the protagonist in the story, while Allen Shubhro, Prottoy Heron and Jayan are in the roles of three sons Srijon, Shayan and Sagar. Veteran actress Geetashree Chowdhury will portray the role of the grandmother, while actor Shahiduzzaman Selim will be seen in a surprise role.
Kingkor Ahsan, Creative Director of ADA Bangladesh, has penned this story, and Reazul Islam Ushan, Creative Manager, ADA Bangladesh, is the screenwriter. Directed by Sheikh Nazmul Huda Emon, cinematographer Masum Ahmed Sumon has transformed this intriguing storyline into the screen.
Composed by Devayan Banerjee, the music has been directed by Mahmudul Hasan Romance. ADA Bangladesh’s creative team has worked for creative supervision. The country’s leading English daily, The Daily Star, is the official broadcast partner of ‘Middle-class Dinratri.’ This web series can be seen on the Facebook pages of some of the country’s leadingdailies, including G-Gas and The Daily Star. Three episodes of this micro web series will be aired for three consecutive days starting from May 8.