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    Dipen Guhawrote on 10 Jul 2009

    Both Ray and Tapan sinha were akin to some aspect. Both used Bismillah Khan. Ravi Shankar and Ali Akhbar as music composers in the initial phasesof their films, but later took over music compositions themselves,Both took the subjects from the contemporary socio-econonic problems. Botth had incontrovertable command over all the departments of film making.But none was a copy-cat of the other. In the late stages of their careers they wrote stories for their films.

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    Dipen Guhawrote on 09 Jul 2009

    no other film maker (other than Ray) exploited the potentials of Rabi Ghosh as Tapan Sinha did. In his film "Galpa Holeo Satti" Rabi is the protagonist He lands up in a foggy dawn to a joint-family that was in a crying need of a domestic-help. He comes as a god-sent angel and resumes his work as cook-cum-servant. He comes to effect a topsy-turvy to the family by bringing about integrity among the family members and teaches the virtue of activeness and finally leaves in the foggy morning.

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    Dipen Guhawrote on 09 Jul 2009

    Academically, Tapan Sinha was a man of science, but literature was there in his soul. He was a voracious reader of literature, specially the grand sweep in Bengali. He took Tagore to create "Khudita Pashan, Kabuliwala, Athithi"; Saradindu Bondopadhaya for "Jhinder Bandi", Banaphool for "Aarohi, Hate Bajare", Tarasankar for "Hansuli Baker Upakatha", Subodh Ghosh for "Jatugriha", Bimal Kar for "Asamay", Sunil Ganguly for "Sabuj Deeper Raja", Rupadarsi for "Sagina Mahato" and so on.

 

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