Swatilekha Chatterjee (Sengupta) & Victor Banerjee in ‘Ghare Baire’
Even earlier than Satyajit Ray made historical past along with his first movie ‘Pather Panchali’ in 1955, he had written a script based mostly on Rabindranath Tagore’s novel revealed in 1916, “Ghare Baire” (The Residence and the World) , that was to have been directed by a good friend Harisadhan Dasgupta based on the official web site of Ray . The Tagore novel continued to fascinate him although. Within the early 80’s he revived the undertaking, produced by NFDC, with a brand new script as he wasn’t proud of the sooner model. Regardless of struggling a coronary heart assault and present process a bypass surgical procedure, he received the movie accomplished by his son Sandip Ray beneath his supervision. It was nominated for Palme d’Or at Cannes movie competition 1984 though it didn’t win the award. It obtained optimistic evaluations from international movie critics comparable to Pauline Kael , Roger Ebert  and Vincent Canby . Nevertheless, ‘Ghare Baire’, basically, didn’t get the form of acclaim that Ray’s ‘Charulata’ (1964), yet one more adaptation of Tagore with a love triangle, obtained. On this Satyajit Ray centenary 12 months, it's richly rewarding to have a relook at ‘Ghare Baire’ during which the grasp scaled new heights.
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