The Apu Trilogy: Pather Pencil,Aparajito and Apu songsar

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The Apu Trilogy: Pather Pencil,Aparajito  and Apu songsar

Pather Panchali (1955), Aparajit (1956) and Apur Sansar (1959) were screenplays and directed by Satyajit Ray based on the central character of Apu (Apurva Kumar Roy) from Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s classic novel Pather Panchali and Aparajit. is called

The Apu Trilogy: Pather Pencil,Aparajito and Apu songsar
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Among these, Pather Panchali is Satyajit’s first full-length feature film. The film received national and international awards, critical acclaim and commercial success. The film was India’s first international-quality film in terms of both artistic success and impact. Especially the first two films of the Apu trio ushered in a new era in Bengali and Indian cinema. The two films are quite different in terms of material-selection, compositional style and taste, almost of two types Although Pather Panchali has lyrics, it is fundamentally different from the mood and imagination of the original novel. In Aparajit, the place and role of material consciousness is more. Five deaths—Indira Thakur, Durga, Harihara, Sarvajaya and Aparna—have set the pace of the Apu-trio, which is one of the most natural deaths on screen to date. This apathy of the obituary is also available in the main story.

The main significance of Apu-Trayi is that Satyajit brought contemporaneity to the original story. It is said that Vibhutibhushan is the symbol of the world There were boats floating one by one in the river, and the symbol of Satyajit’s world would be the running train. Apu-Eri’s main feature is to give universal appeal and at least rasgrahita to personal characters and national issues (Satyajit). Not only the panchali of the path, but three pictures Highly administered and awarded at home and abroad. Starring Chunibala, Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Subir Banerjee (Apu) Uma Bashgupta (Durga)

The Apu Trilogy: Aparajito and Apu songsar

Award for Best Human Document at the Cannes Film Festival (1956) Starring: Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Pinaki Sengupta / Samaran Ghoshal (Apu)

Golden Lion of St. Mark in Venice (1957) As Apu grows from a wide-eyed child to an intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Calcutta, we witness his academic and moral education as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heartbreaking film, which won three top awards including the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, not only expands Apu’s story but also deepens it spiritually.

Filmmaker Bio

Starring Sharmila Tagore, Soumitra Chatterjee (Apu), Shefalika Devi

Cinematography of three films: Subrata Mitra, Editing by Dulal Dutta, Music by Ravi Shankar and

Art Direction: Banshi Chandragupta.

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