By Rinki Roy Bhattacharya
The guy Who Spoke in photos isn't just a eulogy to this nice director, but additionally an perception into Roy, the fellow, the director and his artwork. The auteur’s little-known Bengal part is chronicled through Mahasweta Devi and Amit Chaudhuri, in addition to Tapan Sinha, Amit Bose and different greats of cinema who hint his trip from cinematographer to director. His Bombay years are recorded via a suite of analyses and anecdotes from best literary and cinematic luminaries, together with Nayantara Sahgal, Gulzar, Naseeruddin Shah and Khalid Mohammed. the ultimate part examines Roy from the outsider’s standpoint, with articles through Meghnad Desai, Rachel Dwyer and Paula Mayhew.
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Bimal Roy: The Man who spoke in pictures by Rinki Roy Bhattacharya