|Director Tareque Masud
Release date unfinished
Kagojer Phool ( Bengali : কাগজের ফুল The Paper Flower) is an unfinished Bangladeshi drama film directed by Tareque Masud and Catherine Masud. The film is based on the life of Masud's father.
On 13 August 2011, Tareque Masud and media personality Mishuk Munier died in a road accident while returning to Dhaka from Manikganj on the Dhaka-Aricha highway after visiting the filming location of Kagojer Phool. The prime minister Sheikh Hasina assured to extend her support for making the film. Hasina said: Muktir Gaan was a bright ray of light in the dark. She also said: I will extend my support to complete the works of Kagojer Phool
A prequel titled Matir Moina was released in 2002. The film is set against the backdrop of unrest in East Pakistan in the late 1960s leading up to the Bangladesh War of Liberation. Kagojer Phool, would follow younger Kazi, the main character of Matir Moina (based on Masud’s father) and zoom in on his years in Calcutta (now Kolkata) from 1945 to ’47. The film would show how Kazi’s character was shaped by the riots in Calcutta and partition of Bengal.