Bimal Roy

Roy on a 2007 stamp of India Bimal Roy (12 July 1909 – 8 January 1966) was an Indian film director. He is particularly noted for his realistic and socialistic films such as ''Do Bigha Zamin'', ''Parineeta'', ''Biraj Bahu'', ''Madhumati'', ''Sujata'', ''Parakh'' and ''Bandini'', making him an important director of Hindi cinema. Inspired by Italian neo-realistic cinema, he made ''Do Bigha Zamin'' after watching Vittorio De Sica's'' Bicycle Thieves'' (1948). His work is particularly known for his mise en scène which he employed to portray realism. He won a number of awards throughout his career, including eleven Filmfare Awards, two National Film Awards, and the International Prize of the Cannes Film Festival. ''Madhumati'' won 9 Filmfare Awards in 1958, a record held for 37 years. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Roy, Bimal
Published 2004
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by Roy, Bimal
Published 2000
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Published 2005
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Published 2004
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Published 2009
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Published 2000
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Other Authors: '; ...Roy, Bimal Kumar...