Video streaming platform Bongo will release the Kazakh movie "Diamond Sword" – dubbed in Bangla as "Hirar Talwar" – Friday.
The film is based on true Islamic history directed by acclaimed film director, screenwriter and artist Rustem Abdrashev.
Famous Kazakh stars Kairat Kemalov, Yerkebulan Daiyrov, Meirgat Amangeldin, Madina Esmanova, and Isbek Abilmazhinov played the noted roles.
The film shows the historical era of 13th century Mongol emperor Genghis Khan. When his descendants built their independent kingdoms, the surrounding states of Eurasia were crushed.
The bloody battle started to stop the legendary sultan Abu'l-Khayr Shaybani's tyranny.
This epic movie was first released in 2016 as "Kazakh Khanate: Diamond Sword."
BBC compared "Kazakh Khanate" to the American fantasy series "Game of Thrones."
The movie involved around 500 people in production including famous actors from Russia, Mongolia and Uzbekistan.
Mushfiqur Rahman Manzu, chief content officer of Bongo, said: "We value historical movies that the viewers can relate to. Previously we published 'The Golden Throne' or 'Sonar Singhason' which is another great movie of this Kazakh series."
"Movies like 'The Golden Throne' and 'Diamond Sword' are for those who love to watch Islamic history."