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Natir Puja (1932 - Bengali)

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Natir Puja was based on a play of the same name, which was the dramatised version of Rabindranath Tagore's long poem, Poojarini. Natir Puja is the 2,500 year old story of a Nati (danseuse) sho sacrifices herself because of her devotion to Buddha. Tagore based the play on a legend in the Pali sacred boo, Avadhan Shatak. » Read Full Story 

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  • Breaking the conventional rules of filmmaking, Natir Puja was filmed like a staged play. After editing, the footage was 10,577 ft long.By Pritam

  • Rabindranath himself played a character named Upala, which was not in the original play and was added later for the film.By Pritam

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Natir Puja is a bengali movie, directed by Rabindranath Tagore, starring The Students Of Shantiniketan along with others. Natir Puja story goes like this: Natir Puja was based on a play of the same name, which was the dramatised version of Rabindranath Tagore's long poem, Poojarini. Natir Puja is the 2,500 year old story of a Nati (danseuse) sho sacrifices herself because of her devotion to Buddha. Tagore based the play on a legend in the Pal Here, on the movie page, you will find every thing that you need to know. Check out what others are saying about the movie on twitter.