Char Adhyay Four Chapters , written by Rabindranath Tagore in , is a controversial novel and perhaps, the most challenging of all his work to place on celluloid. Nitish Mukherjee completed Char Adhyay in but it got released only now. So Tagore called Char Adhay a love story. The film explores both layers — the intense love between Ela Mallika Majumdar and Atin Debdoot Ghosh that draws Atin into the movement because Ela is already in it, and the political beliefs that lead them but get shaken over time. Mukherjee, a gifted artist and painter in his own right, chooses to emphasize on the deepening love of Ela for Atin alongside her disillusionment with Indranath and his selfish motives while Atin gets sucked into the movement so much that he moves away from Ela when Indranath commands him to. Mukherjee turns the screen into a rainbow of rich visual images accompanied by some of the rarest of Tagore songs on the music track.
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It is based on Rabindranath Tagore 's last novel by the same name, written in The film is set in the late Bengali Renaissance of the s and s, and a group of young intellectuals and revolutionaries involved with the Indian independence movement. It deals with the impact of political issues on personal lives and questions blind nationalism and blind adherence to a leader and delves into the ugly face of idealism. Most of the cast included non-actors, Nandini Ghosal was an Odissi dancer a disciple of Guru Kelucharan Mahapatra , Kaushik Gopal was a psychoanalyst, while Sumanto Chattopadhyay worked in advertising and acted in theatre.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Char Adhyay, novel by Rabindranath Tagore. The Essential Tagore. Harvard University Press. Archived from the original on 10 May Retrieved 3 May India Today. Retrieved 4 May Categories : Hindi-language films films Indian films Films based on Indian novels Films set in the s Films based on works by Rabindranath Tagore Films set in the Indian independence movement Films set in Bengal s Hindi-language films s Hindi-language film stubs.
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Jump to navigation. Holy cows you don't mess with, legends you don't add postscripts to. When Tagore's uncharacteristic novel Char Adhyay Four Chapters was published in , it created ripples: he had questioned blind nationalism and blind adherence to a leader. The British used the novel against the nationalist movement, other forms of political activity and the poet himself. And, after Independence, critics of Tagore used the novel against him.
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