Tag Archives: Satyen Bose

Cinematic adaptation of legendary writer’s story

Munshi Premchand has been the most respected one among the Hindi fiction writers for over a century. The legendary writer was an idealist in his initial writing days and gradually only he moved towards realism in his creations. One of … Continue reading

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Is Desh Ko Rakhna Mere Bachchon Sambhaal Ke . . .

Today is the Teacher’s Day, the birthday of Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who’s the ex-president of India and much before that a great teacher, an ideal teacher. I have also been fortunate to have learnt and gained a lot … Continue reading

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Aroma of Ideals versus Harsh Reality of Life

Ansoo Ban Gaye Phool is a movie produced in 1969 by Ashok Kumar’s real life brother, Anoop Kumar and directed by Satyen Bose who has directed numerous good movies for Rajshri and other banners too. Before I start the review, … Continue reading

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Fragrance of Indian soil, values and art

Payal Ki Jhankaar is a lovable movie directed by Satyen Bose, based on the Indian classical music and Indian classical dances with a rural and simple backdrop, quite true to the Rajshri tradition. Late Tarachand Barjatya made it in 1980 … Continue reading

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