Birthday Special: The cinematic magician was Satyajit Ray, these 5 films changed the face of Indian cinema
Satyajit Ray has been one of the actors of Indian cinema who had met this industry from all over the world. For this work, the Government of India honored him with Padma Vibhushan from Padma Shri. This process did not stop here, he also won the Oscar and also named the Dadasaheb Phalke Award. We should expect the same in whose name the victory is. Apart from this, he has won more than 32 National Film Awards. While living in India, he made art films which were very much liked in the country and the world. Today, on the occasion of his birthday, he is well known for his 5 powerful films which have gained a lot of fame.
Apu Triology - This film was made in three parts, the first part of this series was Patthar Panchali, the second part Aparajito and the third part was The World of Apu. The three parts of the film were well liked throughout the country. The film also opened the doors of the international art arena for Indian cinema.
Mahanagar - In this film, Satyajit Ray had beautifully depicted the passing of people living in big cities. Along with this, this film also tells how the women living in the big city are able to work in the office as well as the house work very easily.
Aguntak - This film was Satyajit Ray's last feature film. Utpal Dutt acted in the film. The script, dialogues and scenes of the film were very good, Utpal Dutt also gave a big boost to the film due to his excellent acting.
Charulata - This film is considered to be ahead of its time. In this film, it tells very easily the adultery and loneliness of the woman. The film depicts the loneliness of a woman. The story of the film is that a woman falls in love with her mentor and the mentor is her husband's cousin.
Chess Players - This film was the only film made by Satyajit Ray in Hindi language. The story of the film told the story of Wajid Ali Shah, the last Mughal of Awadh, and his ministers, who insist on playing chess, and they are looking for Mahfuz jagahs to play it happily. The main characters in the film were played by Amjad Khan, Sanjeev Kumar and Saheed Jaffrey.