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Like other popular Science Fiction, this story too demonstrates the dangers of playing with science, and its evil consequences on man. Ray conceives Shonku not just as a scientist but an adventure-loving explorer, an expert biologist and a man of detective-like instinct. Shonku is a great humanist and shows his concern for the enemies of civilization.

He risked his own life in order to help a Jew Sanskrit scholar to flee Germany. So, he maintains his diary.

In a number of adventures where Shonku encounters his circle of scientist friends comprising of geniuses around the world, it is none but Shonku who emerges to be the most brilliant.

Yet Shonku is indifferent to fame and wealth. Even then it was directed by someone else [a sadhu]. And its miracle is a boon of generous Nature. Whom will you reward, my dear? He has devoted his life to science, and thus, to illuminate the dark, superstitious minds of Indians. With this sage-like discretion Shonku refuses to take the full credit of inventing a math-solving robot. The possibility behind every invention always exists; it has always been there. Men only discover and materialize, by their intellect or by chance Ray But Shonku wishes to show his robot to German engineers who are blinded by the prejudice that no other country can match their talent in robotics.

My country will be more glorified than me ibid. It is worth noting that Ray does not impose celebrity status on Shonku, rather makes him an earthly man with an ethereal mind. Even when Shonku prepares the design of his remarkable inventions, such as rocket and robot, he says that he believes in plainness in craftsmanship and not external glitter. The charm of Shonku stories lies in the paradoxical combination of surprise and simplicity.

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Bibliography: Ray, Satyajit. Kolkata, Ananda Publishers Pvt. Roberts, Adam. Science Fiction 2nd ed. New York, Routledge. Seed, David. Oxford, Oxford University Press. In the first film, Pratidwandi , Ray introduces a new, elliptical narrative style, such as scenes in negative, dream sequences, and abrupt flashbacks.

Ray considered making a film on the Bangladesh Liberation War but later abandoned the idea. He said that, as a filmmaker, he was more interested in the travails of the refugees and not the politics. It was set in Lucknow in the state of Oudh , a year before the Indian rebellion of A commentary on issues related to the colonisation of India by the British, this was Ray's first feature film in a language other than Bengali.

In , while working on Ghare Baire Home and the World , Ray suffered a heart attack; it would severely limit his productivity in the remaining 9 years of his life. Ghare Baire was completed in with the help of Ray's son who operated the camera from then on because of his health condition. He had wanted to film this Tagore novel on the dangers of fervent nationalism for a long time, and wrote a first draft of a script for it in the s.

It had the first kiss fully portrayed in Ray's films. In , he made a documentary on his father, Sukumar Ray. Ray's last three films, made after his recovery and with medical strictures in place, were shot mostly indoors, and have a distinctive style.

They have more dialogue than his earlier films and are often regarded as inferior to his earlier body of work. The final scene shows the father finding solace only in the companionship of his fourth son, who is uncorrupted but mentally ill. Ray's last film, Agantuk The Stranger , is lighter in mood but not in theme. When a long-lost uncle arrives to visit his niece in Calcutta, he arouses suspicion as to his motive.

This provokes far-ranging questions in the film about civilisation. In , Ray's health deteriorated due to heart complications. He was admitted to a hospital, but never recovered. Ray is the first and the only Indian, yet, to receive the honor. Twenty-four days before his death, Ray accepted the award in a gravely ill condition, calling it the "Best achievement of [his] movie-making career.

Satyajit Ray considered script-writing to be an integral part of direction. Initially he refused to make a film in any language other than Bengali. In his two non-Bengali feature films, he wrote the script in English; translators interpreted it in Hindi or Urdu under Ray's supervision. Ray's eye for detail was matched by that of his art director Bansi Chandragupta. His influence on the early films was so important that Ray would always write scripts in English before creating a Bengali version, so that the non-Bengali Chandragupta would be able to read it.

The craft of Subrata Mitra garnered praise for the cinematography of Ray's films. A number of critics thought that his departure from Ray's crew lowered the quality of cinematography in the following films. Mitra developed "bounce lighting", a technique to reflect light from cloth to create a diffused, realistic light even on a set.

Ray's regular film editor was Dulal Datta , but the director usually dictated the editing while Datta did the actual work. Because of financial reasons and Ray's meticulous planning, his films were mostly cut in-camera apart from Pather Panchali. He found that their first loyalty was to musical traditions, and not to his film. He had a greater understanding of Western classical forms, which he wanted to use for his films set in an urban milieu.

He used actors of diverse backgrounds, from famous film stars to people who had never seen a film as in Aparajito. Depending on the talent or experience of the actor, Ray varied the intensity of his direction, from virtually nothing with actors such as Utpal Dutt , to using the actor as a puppet [57] Subir Banerjee as young Apu or Sharmila Tagore as Aparna. Actors who had worked for Ray praised his customary trust but said he could also treat incompetence with total contempt.

He takes his timing from the nature of the people and their environment; his camera is the intent, unobtrusive observer of reactions; his editing the discreet, economical transition from one value to the next. In his own words, "For a popular medium, the best kind of inspiration should derive from life and have its roots in it. No amount of technical polish can make up for artificiality of the theme and the dishonesty of treatment.

Ray created two popular fictional characters in Bengali children's literature— Feluda , a detective, and Professor Shonku , a scientist. The science fictions of Shonku are presented as a diary discovered after the scientist had mysteriously disappeared. Ray also wrote a collection of nonsense verse named Today Bandha Ghorar Dim , which includes a translation of Lewis Carroll 's " Jabberwocky ".

He wrote a collection of humorous stories of Mullah Nasiruddin in Bengali. His short stories were published as collections of 12 stories, in which the overall title played with the word twelve for example Aker pitthe dui , or literally "Two on top of one".

Ray's interest in puzzles and puns is reflected in his stories. Ray's short stories give full rein to his interest in the macabre, in suspense and other aspects that he avoided in film, making for an interesting psychological study.

Most of his screenplays have been published in Bengali in the literary journal Eksan. Ray wrote an autobiography about his childhood years, Jakhan Choto Chilam , translated to English as Childhood Days.

Ray penned his experiences during the period when he filmed the Apu Trilogy in his memoirs titled My Years with Apu: He also wrote essays on film, published as the collections: During the mids, Ray's film essays and an anthology of short stories were also published in English in the West. Our Films, Their Films is an anthology of film criticism by Ray. The book contains articles and personal journal excerpts. The book is presented in two sections: Ray first discusses Indian film , before turning his attention toward Hollywood, specific filmmakers Charlie Chaplin and Akira Kurosawa , and movements such as Italian neorealism.

His book Bishoy Chalachchitra was published in translation in as Speaking of Films. It contains a compact description of his philosophy of different aspects of the cinemas. Satyajit Ray designed four typefaces for roman script named Ray Roman, Ray Bizarre, Daphnis, and Holiday script, apart from numerous Bengali ones for the Sandesh magazine.

Ray illustrated all his books and designed covers for them, as well as creating all publicity material for his films, i. He also designed covers of several books by other authors. Generally categorized as "Folk"-Art cf. Thus, so-called division between classical and folk art is blurred in Ray's representation of Bengali graphemes.

The three-tier X-height of Bengali graphemes was presented in a manner of musical map and the contours, curves in between horizontal and vertical meeting-point, follow the patterns of alpana. Ray's work has been described as full of humanism and universality, and of a deceptive simplicity with deep underlying complexity. Kurosawa defended him by saying that Ray's films were not slow, "His work can be described as flowing composedly, like a big river".

The writer V. Naipaul compared a scene in Shatranj Ki Khiladi The Chess Players to a Shakespearean play; he wrote, "only three hundred words are spoken but goodness!

Ray's obituary in The Independent included the question, "Who else can compete? With full of positive admiration for most of Ray's films, celebrated film critic Roger Ebert had cited "Apu Triology" among the great movies. Praising his contribution to the world of cinema, Martin Scorsese mentions: I think it is one of the best films ever made. It is an extraordinary piece of work. In a public debate during the s, Ray and the Marxist filmmaker Mrinal Sen engaged in an argument.

However Ray himself has made movies on Bengali middle class in films like Pratidwandi and Jana Aranya set during the period of the naxalite movement in Bengal. Advocates of socialism said that Ray was not "committed" to the cause of the nation's downtrodden classes; some critics accused him of glorifying poverty in Pather Panchali and Ashani Sanket Distant Thunder through lyricism and aesthetics.

They said he provided no solution to conflicts in the stories, and was unable to overcome his bourgeois background. During the naxalite movements in the s, agitators once came close to causing physical harm to his son, Sandip. Satyajit Ray is a cultural icon in India and in Bengali communities worldwide. Across the spectrum, filmmakers such as Budhdhadeb Dasgupta , Mrinal Sen [84] and Adoor Gopalakrishnan have acknowledged his seminal contribution to Indian cinema.

Other references to Ray films are found, for example, in recent works such as Sacred Evil , [95] the Elements trilogy of Deepa Mehta.

Iranian master filmmaker, Majid Majidi has expressed his deep admiration to Satyajit Ray. While discussing the inspirations for making his first feature film on India Beyond the Clouds film , which is a foreign land and culture for the director; Majidi expressed, "I have learned a lot about India based on the works of remarkable Indian director Satyajit Ray so it was my dream to make a film in his land.

His view point is very valuable to me and I love whatever he has done, so one of the main reasons behind making this film is my admiration for Satyajit Ray and his work". Coetzee 's Youth.

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In , the BBC declared that two Feluda stories would be made into radio programs. Ray also a graphic designer, designed most of his film posters, combining folk-art and calligraphy to create themes ranging from mysterious, surreal to comical; an exhibition his posters was held at British Film Institute in In , during the shooting of the film Double Feluda , Satyajit's only son, Sandip Ray, filmed his father's famous library.

Other Satyajit Ray films preserved by the Academy include the short film Two in Ray received many awards, including 32 National Film Awards by the Government of India , and awards at international film festivals. At the 11th Moscow International Film Festival in , he was awarded with the Honorable Prize for the contribution to cinema.

Ray is the second film personality after Chaplin to have been awarded an honorary doctorate by Oxford University. It was one of his favourite actresses, Audrey Hepburn , who represented the Academy on that day in Calcutta. Ray, unable to attend the ceremony due to his illness, gave his acceptance speech to the Academy via live video feed from the hospital bed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Satyajit Ray. Calcutta , Bengal Presidency , British India. Calcutta , West Bengal , India. Bijoya Ray m. See also: The Apu Trilogy and Satyajit Ray filmography.

Main article: Literary works of Satyajit Ray. Further information: List of awards and nominations received by Satyajit Ray.

Satyajit Ray filmography. Children's literature portal. Archived from the original on 11 August Retrieved 14 August Book Of Knowledge Viii, 5E.

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education. Archived from the original on 26 December Daily News and Analysis. Archived from the original on 3 May Retrieved 9 November Mujib, Tagore, Bose among 'greatest Bengalis of all time ' ". The Daily Star. Self as Image in Asian Theory and Practice. State University of New York press. Since the sixteenth century, the Rays had an east bengali connection through their landed estates in Mymensingh, now in Bangladesh. CS1 maint: Multiple names: He married Bijoya born , youngest daughter of his eldest maternal uncle, Charuchandra Das, in in a secret ceremony in Bombay after a long romantic relationship that had begun around the time he left college in The marriage was reconfirmed in Calcutta the next year at a traditional religious ceremony.

The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Archived from the original on 3 December Retrieved 29 April Mason, Jerry, ed. The family of man: New York, N. FK Magazine. Contemporary culture centre KultKom society. Retrieved on The Music Room". The Guardian.

Archived from the original on 26 April Retrieved 19 June Archived from the original on 18 May Slant magazine. Archived from the original on 8 September The Unmade Ray. Satyajit Ray Society. Archived from the original on 27 April Retrieved 21 April UC Santa Cruz Currents online. Archived from the original on 4 November Satyajit Ray by Surabhi Banerjee".

India Star. Archived from the original on 14 May Retrieved 31 May Satyajit Ray". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Roger Ebert. The Independent 4 April The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 1 May Doom Online. Archived from the original on 30 October Little Magazine. Archived from the original on 21 June Retrieved 29 June Archived from the original on 26 August Retrieved 6 June Archived from the original on 8 December Retrieved 4 December Screen Online.

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