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Live Heed Honor Rabindranath Tagore On His Birthday.

Today is the birth anniversary of world poet #RabindranathTagore. On his birthday occasion, poets from different parts of the world are being remembered. #RabindranathTagore was born in 181. In 1913 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. On this day, people from different walks of life pay homage to the poet.

The Nobel Committee always celebrates his birth anniversary. “We are celebrating the birth anniversary of the great Rabindranath Tagore,” the Nobel Prize committee wrote on Twitter. He was born in 181 in present-day Calcutta. 

He was the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. The Nobel Committee also provided some information about the life of Rabindranath Tagore and some rare pictures of him.

Do you know  #RabindranathTagore’s also worked in the Cinema Industry?

May 7, 2020, denoted the 159th birth commemoration of the incomparable Rabindranath Tagore. Tagore’s artistic works have enlivened various prestigious movie producers, including Satyajit Ray. While different adjustments of Kabuliwala are famous among non-Bengali crowds, there are a few different movies that you should not miss. Along these lines, we have made a rundown of six film adjustments of Rabindranath Tagore’s work for everybody who is hoping to investigate.

1) Choker Bali

Choker Bali denoted the Bengali introduction of Aishwarya Rai. Coordinated by Rituparno Ghosh, the 2003 film investigates the life of Binodini, a widow, who is engaging in extramarital relations with Mahendra (Prosenjit Chatterjee). Choker Bali assaults a few partialities encompassing ladies in an unassuming, however fantastic way. Rai’s exhibition as Binodini will remain with you for quite a while. Likewise featuring Raima Sen and Tota Roy Chowdhury, Choker Bali won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali in 2005. 

2) Ghare Baire 

Coordinated by Satyajit Ray himself, Ghare Baire is a film that will draw in you both actually and strategically. Featuring Soumitra Chatterjee, Victor Banerjee, and Jennifer Kendal in the number one spot jobs, the story is set in consequence of the parcel of Bengal (1905). Other than its mind-boggling political subjects, which is pertinent even today, watch the film to perceive how Ray handles the issue of the liberation of ladies. Other than winning the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali, Ghare Baire vied for the Palme d’Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. 

3) Char Adhyay 

Char Adhyay, helmed by Kumar Shahani, is another film that stands the test of time. Released in 1997, the political dramatization digs into the life of Ela, who is a piece of a gathering of progressives. Predictable with Tagore’s works, Char Adhyay likewise questions the job of a lady in a man’s reality and simultaneously investigates the effect of visually impaired patriotism. The film caused a ripple effect upon its discharge as the cast, to a great extent, consisting of non-on-screen characters. 

4) Chaturanga 

Chaturanga is an enthusiastic dramatization that spins around the inquiry – what happens when love conflicts with your convictions and standards? The hero (played perfectly by Subrat Datta) winds up influencing between two clashing thoughts – realism and religion, and two ladies – a widow and an escort. Virtue, existentialism, ethical quality, morality, sexism, and female sexuality are managed in Chaturanga 

5) Tasher Desh 

Tasher Desh is a finished straying from the routine adjustments of Tagore. In this way, on the off chance that you are searching for an unwavering retelling of the story, this film isn’t for you. Coordinated by Q of Gandu acclaim, Tasher Desh is, to a higher degree, a “trippy adjustment.” I prescribe you to give it a shot since you very well might be shocked. 

6) Charulata 

No rundown on Rabindranath Tagore is finished without referencing this great film. Viewed as one of Satyajit Ray’s best movies, Charulata is the shocking story of a forlorn housewife who discovers love again in an energetic and mentally charged cousin of her significant other. With dazzling exhibitions by Madhabi Mukherjee and Soumitra Chatterjee, the film is a distinct must-watch.

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