With a strong passion to tell underrepresented stories, Mos directs cultural, sport and issue based films with the aim to uplift voices that have been neglected from the mainstream.

Having directed and produced multiple shorts, Mos is currently working on a longer form documentary with the BFI on the darker side to the UK’s post-pub curry culture.

Eye for an Eye: UK’s first British-Bangladeshi MMA Fighter

When a local fighter pursues a career in MMA, an unexpected twist brings his dreams of being a world champion crashing down.

A documentary short I directed about the UK’s first British-Bangladeshi MMA fighter, Mok Rahman, following him after the end of his turbulent career.

Screened across Bangladesh in Mymensingh, Sylhet, Chittagong and Dhaka.

Official selection in International Inter-University Short Film Festival (IIUSFF).


Radio interview with Manchesters Pie Radio segment with Mango Masala.

Review by Bengal Gazette