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Golden Era Of Bimal Roy - Vol-2( Do Bigha Zameen/Kabuliwala/Usane Kaha Tha/Parakh)

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General Details
Release Year: 2010
Print: Color
Censor Board Rating :
Product ID:4012
EAN Code:8904036846880
Runtime :NA
Synopsis (Story)

Do Bigha Zamin

The story of the hardships endured by a poor Indian in an attempt to hold on to his two acres of land (the title of the film) and stop the zamindar from reclaiming it.

From the seven time "Filmfare" award winning director come this movie on the lives and travails of the Indian farmer. As usual his handling the subject matter is first rate.
* Winner of the Inaugural Awards of Filmfare for Best Director and Best film.


A stranger from Afghanistan sets out for India to make enough money to save his farm, he is heartbroken at leaving his little daughter behind. He finds an emotional stand-in for his daughter in India and showers attention on the "adopted" little girl.

The film based on great classic of Tagore’s short – story KABULIWALA. By the time you leave the theatre after seeing this film. You will have gone through an emotional experience which you will remember for a long time. And if you do so, the credit belongs entirely to that immortal soul – Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore

Usne Kaha Tha

Nandu falls in love with his childhood friend Kamli, but her family won't consider him as a suitor because he's poor and unemployed. Nandu joins the military to win their respect. But when he returns home on leave, he discovers that Kamli has married. Worse, her husband is Nandu's superior, and the young man must decide whether to quit the army -- or be reminded of his lost love.


The peace and quiet of Radhapur village was shattered when the village postmaster received a cheque for five lakh rupees from Sir J. C. Roy. And who was to be the recipient? The cheque was to be presented to the best man in the village. And who would be the best man? Unsure of themselves, the village elders decided to put the question to a vote. This sets the cat among the pigeons. A tidy little gem from the master director – Bimal Roy.

Best Director – Bomal Roy
Best Supporting Actor – Motilal