Best of Satyajit Ray- True Cinematic Icon
WRITTEN BY Saumya Jaiswar
Satyajit Ray Won Oscar
On 30 March 1992, Satyajit Ray was awarded the Honorary Oscar Award in 1992.
The Namesake (2006)
Starring Irrfan Khan and Tabu, it is a story of an Indian immigrants, wants to fit in among his fellow New Yorkers.
The movie displays, 3 young women's growing pains contrast with the enduring nature of the revered Bengal River.
From a satire to a psychological thriller, it is an adaptation from Satyajit Ray's short story.
The lonely wife of a newspaper editor falls in love with her visiting cousin-in-law.
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The Music Room (1958)
Depicts the final days of a decadent zamindar (landlord) in Bengal and his struggle to maintain the reputation of his family in the face of hardship.
The Big City (1963)
When a housewife from a middle-class, conservative household in Calcutta finds a career as a saleswoman, her life at home is changed.
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Days and Nights in the Forest (1970)
A group of urban dwellers from Calcutta set out for a weekend in the countryside.
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The Storyteller (2022)
Thr film is based on Satyajit Ray's short story
Distant Thunder (1973)
While his loving wife Ananga works to support the people as food shortages approach catastrophic levels, Gangacharan seeks to protect his privileged position.
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