Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay

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Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay

Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay filmography (Most recent movies)

Punarmilan (1957)Screenplay, DialogueBuy

Parivar (1956)StoryBuy

Ardhangini (1955)Story, Screenplay

Ratri (1947)Story

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Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay biography

Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay was a reputed writer in Bengali of what is commonly known as the "Kollol Era".He was born in 1910 and passed away untimely in 1957.His father, Pramathanath (who used "Bhattachrya" as his surname ), was a childhood friend of the legendary Bengali novelist Sarat Chandra Cattopadhyay and was one of the founders of the well-known Bengali publication "Bharatbarsha".Panchu Gopal had the opportunity to come in close contact with Sarat Chandra. A jornalist by profession, Panchu Gopal joined the Bengali daily "Dainik Basumati" and then moved on to "Jugantar".He also edited a monthly titled "Masikpatra". Panchugopal published several short stories in "Kollol" and other leading publications of the time. A collection of his short stories was published ...By Debabrata» read full biography

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Bikash Roy made the film "Ardhangini", based on a story by Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay. It was Roy's directorial debut. A few days before the film's release, he told Panchu Gopal that he was having sleepless nights. He was seeing in his nightmares that the viewers were breaking chairs and tearing up the screen at the auditorium as the film disappointed them. As it turned out, "Ardhangini" proved one of the most successful films of the year and Roy continued to direct a number of films thereafter.By Debabrata Mukherjee

On the occasion of the marriage of Panchu Gopal Mukhopadhyay, a booklet containing good wishes from friends, both prose pieces and poems, was published. The contributors included the notable writers of the day.The most prominent among them was Kazi Nazrul Islam. He wrote a poem titled "Dilli ka laddu".As the saying goes, those who eat "Dilli ka laddu" and those who don't are both ruined! Nazrul was obviously referring to marriage as an institution. Was he speaking from experience?By Debabrata Mukherjee

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