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This perceptive essay on Satyajit Ray, India's most well-know film-maker internationally, analysis the auteur's oeuvre, focusing on his early cinema which broke the rules of film-making prevalent in the country at the time. At the same time, it also focuses on how Ray took on a moral stand on issues and how that might have limited his growth as an artist. In the process it reveals the director in a light not addressed by any other film critic before.
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers India|
|File size:||259 KB|
About the Author
M.K. Raghavendra has authored six volumes of film criticism including three academic works on Bollywood and one on Kannada cinema. He has also authored two books of popular criticism from HarperCollins.