India and Bangladesh have agreed to make the movie titled “Mandalaya” in the country.
The film will be produced by Indian film maker Manmohan Singh’s Film Productions.
“Mangera” will be the first Indian movie to be produced and released in the Bangladeshi market, according to a press release from the country’s Film Production Board.
“The film is a story of a small, yet powerful, country in which a new type of politics has been born, which has transformed politics in India and beyond,” Singh said.
The movie will be released on December 16.
Mandalayan, a new genre of Indian cinema, follows the life of a young woman and her husband who have a small house in a rural region of the country in the mid-1970s.
The two are a single father and a single mother, respectively.
The movie will focus on the life and times of the family, who live together in a small village in the rural area.
The cast of actors include Manmhu Singh, Kunal Kapoor, and Pankaj Kapoor.
“We are thrilled to be making this movie in India,” said Manmukh Singh, president of Film Production Boards of India.
“India is the perfect country to bring this story to life in the Indian cinema,” he added.
Singh has been making movies in the United Kingdom since 2002.
He has worked on projects such as “Fatal Attraction,” “The Wedding Plan,” “Kokkola,” “Gandhi,” “Hemlock Grove,” “Dancing with the Stars,” and “Catch Me If You Can.”
He also worked on “Gangsters of Love,” “A Good Girl Goes to Heaven,” and a handful of other films.
This is the second film by Singh that has been announced in India.
In 2014, he also announced a sequel to “Moorana” titled “Sakshan.”