JAGO HUA SAVERA(DAY SHALL DAWN)
Jago Hua Savera (Day Shall Dawn) is the story of a section of the fishermen people of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), of their little human weaknesses and strengths… and, deep down, of their undaunted and undefeatable spirit. By many standards, life in these far flung tiny villages is dull and monotonous, yet, for the people who live there, life is full of trials and turbulence. This is the story of the people of the river to hunt for fish. This is the story of one such man, of many such men, each aspiring to own their own boat.
Year of production: 1958