SK Doyle, Tentulia: Love means no boundaries. Khusnama, a 17-year-old girl from the Indian state of Kerala, left home because of that love. In the darkness of the night, with the dream of building a house with her lover, Khusnama came to Bangladesh by crossing the border. But the international law of the two borders was violated. She was caught by the police before meeting her boyfriend. Even if you meet your lover, love gets stuck. The wall became the border cutter. After that Khusnama had to go back alone. The shooting of the play 'Katatarer Bera' directed by Khan Roman based on true events has started at Tentulia in Panchagarh. The story is written by Zillur Rahman. The scenes of the play have started to be filmed from Friday morning in different locations in the rural areas along the river Mahananda, which flows on the border of two Bengals. The shooting will continue for three days. Surya Raj has played the role of hero, Ranisa has played the role of heroine, Ravi Ahmed has played the role of mother, journalist Amirul Islam has played the role of father and Ashraful Islam has played the role of journalist. Abu and Ramzan Ali are in the filming. The drama will soon be aired on private television and YouTube channels. Apart from Katatar's fence, the play has already been made based on the story written by Zillur Rahman. It has won the hearts of millions of viewers. Surrounded by the love of two young men from two countries, India and Bangladesh, a woman can enter her lover's country by breaking through her lover's love, but her dream is shattered by the border law. Director Khan Roman is dreaming that the drama will touch the heart of the audience based on real events. He said that in the light of real events, we have chosen Tentulia as the screenplay and location of the play 'Katatarer Bera'. I will film the play in the places where Indian young women who came to Bangladesh for love have wandered in Tentulia. Hopefully it will touch the hearts of the viewers.