Shipra Debnath, a student of Film and Media Studies at Stamford University in Dhaka, was addicted to filmmaking; And Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan’s dream, which left the army two years ago, was to travel the world. Their identity and friendship while visiting Tanguar Haor in Sunamganj; That’s where ‘Just Go’ begins.
Following this, a group of four people was formed, the purpose of which was to make a travel documentary. Along with Sinha and Shipra, Shahedul Islam Sifat and Tahsin Rifat Noor were in the team.
The group of four went to Cox’s Bazar in early July and started working on the documentary. But the shooting death of retired Major Sinha at the Baharchhara checkpost on the night of July 31 changed everything. Shipra says they went to Cox’s Bazar just to shoot for ‘Just Go’ and had no other motive.
A video of Shipra’s dance has spread through social media. Criticism is going on about this. Incidentally, on July 3, Shipra Debnath, Shahedul Islam Sifat, and Taskin went to Cox’s Bazar with Sinha to record a video about the trip. Major (Retd.) Sinha was shot dead by police at Shamlapur check post on the night of July 31 on his way back to Nilima Resort in the Himchhari area of Cox’s Bazar on Marine Drive after filming a video on Marishbunia hill in Teknaf. At that time, the police arrested Sifat who was with Sinha, and sent him to jail. Shipra was later apprehended from the resort. Both are currently out on bail.