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Photo of David Abraham
Photo of David Abraham

David Abraham

“[About 'Lapak Jhapak Tu Aa Re Badarwa'] If you see his rendition of this song, he has understood every nuance of the song. I thought it was the perfect song. It gives you an idea, either he was a superb actor or he knew his music. The genre of music at that time was completely different, it was based more on the ragas than on drumbeats.”

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    Satyajit Ray India, 1977

    Made during an era of press censorship in India, The Chess Players is a self-described “contemplative though unsparing” drama that examined the country’s future through its past. An exquisite satire from one of world cinema’s most beloved masters: Satyajit Ray.

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    Hrishikesh Mukherjee India, 1966

    Set in the backdrop of a fractured father-daughter relationship, Anupama is a sentimental tale about searching for acceptance. Poetic black & white images and refreshing performances by Sharmila Tagore and Dharmendra make this film stand out within Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s incredible body of work.


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