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Basu Bhattacharya

Basu Bhattacharya was a famous director of Hindi cinema. He was born in 1934 into a Brahmin family in West Bengal. He started his film career in 1958 as an assistant to Bimal Roy. He was acclaimed with President’s Silver Medal for Teesri Kasam, which was his first independent directorial debut, released in 1966. Later, this was followed by ‘Anubhav’, ‘Avishkaar’, ‘Grihapravesh’ and a comedy ‘Tumahara Kallo’.
Basu was the Vice President of the Federation of Film Societies of India and the President of the Indian Film Director’s Association and was also the board of NFDC. This great film maker passed away in 1997.
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