By Chandi Mukherjee
There are two kinds of director: Those who have the public in mind when they conceive their films and those who don’t consider the public at all. For the former, cinema is an art of spectacle, for the later it is an individual adventure. There is nothing intrinsically better about one or the other; it is simply matter of different approaches. For Haranath Chakraborty, a film has not succeeded unless it is a success, that is, unless it touches the public that one has had in mind right from the moment of choosing the subject matter to the end of the production.
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