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Top 10 Bengali Movies That Depict Human Emotions Beautifully

Top 10 Bengali Movies That Depict Human Emotions Beautifully Bengali Article

The Bengali film industry is quite renowned for being able to deliver films in various genres. From romantic hits to crime and suspense thrillers, it has taken us on a roller coaster of emotions over the decades. Today, we will explore some selective picks that have been extraordinary in vividly depicting the different shades of human emotions.

1. Pather Panchali

Satyajit Ray Biographies reveal bare details about the maverick >> Read More... ’s “Apu Trilogy” stands tall in the movies that vividly depict human emotions. The first one in the series is Pather Panchali. In Pather Panchali (1955), which depicts the social lives in rural Bengal in the 1920s, one can see Apu's birth and childhood. The family’s struggles and victories are shown, as well as how Apu's mother, Sarbajaya, raises her children on her husband Harihar's meager income. Even though they are experiencing tremendous financial troubles, Apu and his sister Durga seem to be living life to the fullest. The abrupt death of Apu's sister is his first tragedy. As they go from their hamlet for Benares in pursuit of a fresh start, the movie closes on a positive note.

2. Aparajito

In the second film in the series, Apu's family is shown beginning a better life in the holy city of Benares in the second Aparajito (1956) movie. One observes Apu developing and interacting with other kids in the city. When Apu's father suddenly dies, the story shows how they manage to withstand another sad turn of events. In Aparajito, Apu experiences a wave of self-discovery. He rebels against his mother, who wants him to become the town priest with a steady income, once he realizes the value of knowledge. Apu then begins his academic career. From there, we see him develop into a fine young man pursuing his dreams of a better future while attending college in Calcutta. However, when his mother, Sarbajaya passes away, he experiences another setback.

3. Apur Sansar

The third and final movie down the line, Apur Sansar (1959), features Apu striving to support himself. Apu remains upbeat despite his strained financial concerns. He likes life and the experiences it offers. In addition, he is a rising novelist. Apu marries Aparna and embarks on an uncertain but hopeful existence. He loses Aparna, who dies in childbirth, almost as unexpectedly as he learns what the thrill of monogamous love is like. From that point on, one can observe Apu's transformation from hopelessness and desperation to salvation, represented by his daughter Kajal. The link between the father and son grows over time. A new, happy life with his son is promised in the film's epilogue.

4. Bhooter Bhabishyat

Another film that subtly touches upon the beautiful portrayal of human emotions is Anik Dutta Anik Dutta is a famous Bengali movie director. He >> Read More... 's film "Bhooter Bhabishyat," which successfully blends comedy with mystery freshly and interestingly. The story centers around the eccentric residents of a haunted mansion, both living and dead. "Bhooter Bhabishyat" gives a novel perspective on the detective genre with its witty language, oddball characters, and otherworldly undertones.

5. Chokher Bali

In this adaption of Rabindranath Tagore’s Choker Bali novel, we find the superstars Prasenjit Chatterjee (Mahendra), Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a popular Indian actress >> Read More... (Binodini), and Raima Sen Raima Sen is a renowned Indian film actress, who m >> Read More... (Ashalata) take up the lead roles. Directed by the late beloved Rituparno Ghosh Rituparno Ghosh(1963-2013) was a profound actor, d >> Read More... , the plot centers on the difficulties of love, insecurity, and jealousy in relationships. It plunges the reader into a sea of emotions.

6. Bela Seshe

A much-loved film by the audience and especially known for its air of ambiguity, Bela Seshe is the next film on our list. The story of this Bangla film, which was directed by Nandita Roy Nandita Roy is an Indian filmmaker and screenwrite >> Read More... and Shiboprosad Mukherjee Shiboprosad Mukherjee is a renowned Indian film di >> Read More... , centers on a married couple named Biswanath Majumdar, played by much revered late Soumitro Chattopadhyay, and Arati Majumdar, played by the respected late Swatilekha Sengupta Swatilekha Sengupta is an actress. She was born on >> Read More... , who have been together for more than 49 years. Nevertheless, astonishingly, the film took an unprecedented turn when Biswanath filed for divorce from Arati a few months before their 50th wedding anniversary.

7. Praktaan

Another lovely film envisioned by Shiboprasad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy is Praktaan, which starred Prasenjit Chatterjee (Ujaan), Rituparna Sengupta Rituparna Sengupta is as Indian actress who has co >> Read More... (Sudipa), and Aparajita Adhya (Malini) in the front roles. The plot revolves around their lives, wherein Ujaan and Rituparna are seen separating from their marriage due to growing differences. They come together again coincidentally when Ujaan and his current wife (Malini) and child happen to be on the same train from Mumbai to Howrah. The film is more emotional and sways timely from present to past to vividly define both plots.

8. Hemlock Society

This is yet another beautiful film directed by the much-loved filmmaker Srijit Mukherji Srijit Mukherji is an Indian film director, screen >> Read More... . Starring multiple artists like Sabyasachi Chatterjee, Paran Banerjee, and also Parambrata Chatterjee Parambrata Chatterjee, born on 27th June 1980, is >> Read More... , and Koel Mallick Koel Mallick is precisely the present No 1 actress >> Read More... in lead roles, it teaches us about how suicide is never an option to heartbreak. It also has popular tracks like “Jawl Phoring” and “Ekhon Onek Raat,” which are loved by the audience even today.

9. Meghe Dhaka Taara

This classic Bengali film, which Ritwik Ghatak Ritwik Ghatak was born in Dhakka, East Bengal now >> Read More... directed, is a heartbreaking reminder of Bengal's post-partition squalor. The story centers on Neeta, a good-hearted girl who fled East Bengal and now lives in West Bengal. Neeta is exploited by both her family and those around her. It stars some of the famous stars of that time, Supriya Choudhury, Bijon Bhattacharjee, and Anil Chatterjee Anil Chatterjee was born on the 25th of October in >> Read More... .

10. Aranyer Din Ratri

This film talks about four friends who share an intricate bond and about going on an adventure journey to the forests of Palamau, now in Jharkhand, to escape their mundane city life. The film revolves around how this journey of theirs turns out to be a journey of self-discovery in the end. It stars some of the famous faces of the time, like the Late Soumitro Chatterjee, Aparna Sen A vetern filmmaker and actress, Aparna Sen has bee >> Read More... , Sharmila Tagore Sharmila Tagore is a Bengali actress, who later sh >> Read More... , etc.



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