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Ajaantrik videorecordingAzantrik (The pathetic fallacy) produced by Promode Lahiry ; scenario and direction by Ritwik Ghatak. Abstract:

By: Ghatak, Ritwikkumar.
Contributor(s): Ritwikkumar Ghatak, | Kājala Cyāṭārj | Pramoda Lāhiṛī | Subodha Ghosha | Ali Akbar Khan | Keṣṭa Mukhārjī | Kālī Bandyopādhyāẏa | Jñāneśa Mukhārjī, . | L.B. Films International (Firm) | Saitronics (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Classics by Ritwik kumar Ghatak ; Tapan Sinha. Publisher: Kolkata Saitronics c2008Description: 1 videodisc (98 min.) sd., b&w 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Industrial revolution -- India -- Bihar -- Drama | Taxicab drivers -- India -- Bihar -- Drama | Oraon (Indic people) -- Social life and customs -- Drama | Ghosha, Subodha, -- 1909-1980 -- Film and video adaptations | Bengali motion picturesGenre/Form: Feature filmsDDC classification: 791.4372
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Bimal, a taxi driver, is dedicated to his old and battered 1920 Chevrolet, despite its unreliability. He takes the car to be a living being and even names the car Jagaddal. Working in a small town in Bihar, Bimal watches the Oraon tribe as they struggle with India's modernization.
Production Credits: Cinematography, Dinena Gupta ; editor, Rameśa Jośī ; music, Ostāda Ālī Ākabara Khāna.
Cast: Kālī Byānārjī, Kājala Cyāṭārjī, Jñāneśa Mukhārjī, Keṣṭa Mukhārjī, Māṣṭāra Dīpaka.Summary:
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DVD release of 1958 motion picture.

Based on the novel by Subodh Ghosh.

Bimal, a taxi driver, is dedicated to his old and battered 1920 Chevrolet, despite its unreliability. He takes the car to be a living being and even names the car Jagaddal. Working in a small town in Bihar, Bimal watches the Oraon tribe as they struggle with India's modernization.

Cinematography, Dinena Gupta ; editor, Rameśa Jośī ; music, Ostāda Ālī Ākabara Khāna.

Kālī Byānārjī, Kājala Cyāṭārjī, Jñāneśa Mukhārjī, Keṣṭa Mukhārjī, Māṣṭāra Dīpaka.

DVD ; All regions ; NTSC.

In Bengali with English subtitles.

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