|Written by||Tareque Masud (script)|
|Story by||Tareque Masud|
|Edited by||Catherine Masud|
Noroshundor (The Barbershop) is a 2009 Bengali political thriller short set in 1971 during Bangladesh Liberation War. It was co-directed by Tareque Masud and Catherine Masud. It deals with nationalism and identity issue daring the war.
In 1971, during Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistan Army led a local collaborator raid at the home in searching freedom fighters. The young man they seek flees through the narrow alleyways of Old Dhaka and stumbles upon a barbershop. He quick decides to get a shave to disguise himself. Meanwhile, his mother takes his injured father to a nearby pharmacy. The Hindu doctor hesitantly takes them in because of not getting into target. At the barbershop, the young man soon realizes he has put himself in more danger, where all the barbers are Urdu-speaking Biharis. Who also known to be supporting the Pakistan Army.
- Anwar Hossain
- Sultana Rebu
- Thomas Baroi
- Members of the Bihari community
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