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V.SHANTARAM

BASIC FACTNAME-Shantaram Rajaram Vanakundre BORN- November 18,1901 BIRTH PLACE- Kolhapur,Maharashtra,India DIED-October 30,1990[Mumbai,India] OCCUPATIONDirector,Producer,Actor,Screenwriter YEARS ACTIVE-1921-1987

FAMILY BACKGROUND He was a jain and born to reputed jain family of kolhapur He maried thrice: 1. His first marriage was with vimla 2. His second marriage was to the actress jayashree 3. His third wife was actress Sandhya He had seven childrens[Tejasri,Rajshree,Kiran Kumar,Prabhat kumar,Sarojini,Charushila,Madhura pandit

SOCIOLOGYZamindari values. Middle class virtues. Microscopic individual tragedies. Beauty and humanity in indian poverty Use of mythological facts/stories in narrative

FILMS Fire Director 1986 The Sea Wolves Services Supplier (India) (as V. Shantaram) 1980 Chaani Director 1977 Chaani Director 1977 Chandanachi Choli Anga Anga Jali Director 1975 Pinjra Director 1972 Pinjra Director 1972

Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijli Director (as V. Shantaram), Producer (as V. Shantaram) 1971 The Blessing Dedicatee (as V. Shantaram) 1968 Boond Jo Ban Gayi Moti Director (as V. Shantaram) 1967 Ladki Sahyadri Ki Director, Producer 1966 Geet Gaaya Pattharonne Director (as V. Shantaram) 1964 Sehra Director (as V. Shantaram), Writer (screenplay), Producer (as V. Shantaram), Editor (as V. Shantaram) 1963 Stree Director (as V. Shantaram), Actor 1961

Navrang Director (as V. Shantaram), Writer (screenplay) (as V. Shantaram) 1959 Do Ankhen Barah Haath Director (as V. Shantaram), Adinath, the young warden (as V. Shantaram) 1957 Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje Director (as V. Shantaram) 1955 Nightmare in Red China Director (principal footage), Dr. Dwarkanath S. Kotnis 1955 Great Soul Director 1954 Subah Ka Tara Director, Actor (as V. Shantaram) 1954 Teen Batti Char Raasta Director 1953 Parchhaiyan Director (as V. Shantaram), Actor (as V. Shantaram) 1952 The Immortal Song Director 1951

Duniya Na Mane Director 1937 Kunku Director 1937 Amar Jyoti Director 1936 Chandrasena Director (as V. Shantaram) 1935 The Holy Year Director 1935 The Holy Year Director 1935 Amrit Manthan Director (as Shantaram), Writer (dialogue) 1934 Seeta s Wedding Director 1934 Sairandhri Director 1933 Sinhagad Director 1933

Dahej Director 1950 Your Country Director 1949 Lok Shahir Ram Joshi Director (as V. Shantaram) 1947 Matwala Shair Ram Joshi Director (as V. Shantaram) 1947 Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani Director, Dwarkanath Kotnis 1946 Mali Director 1944 Shakuntala Director 1943 Padosi Director (as V. Shantaram) 1941 Shejari Director 1941 Life s for Living: Aadmi Director (as V. Shantaram) 1939 Manoos Director (as V. Shantaram) 1939

Agnikankan: Branded Oath Director 1932 Ayodhyecha Raja Director, Editor 1932 Maya Machhindra Director 1932 Chandrasena Director 1931 Khooni Khanjar Director 1930 Rani Saheba Director 1930 Thunder of the Hills Director, Shivaji 1930 Gopal Krishna Director 1929 Netalji Palkar Director 1927

Savkari Pash Actor 1925 Sati Padmini Actor 1924 Sinhagad Actor (as V. Shantaram) 1923 Surekha Haran Lord Krishna 1921

Best Films Do Ankhe Barah Haath. Jhanak jhanak Payal Baje. Navrang.

Good PointsCinematography. Effective use of lightening as part of narration. Symbiolism. Excellent characterization. Including songs as part of narration. Effective use of Transitions ( Dissolve). Excellent Lyrics and Music.

Bad PointsSlow Narration of the stories. Too Many songs.

1 BEST FILMDo Ankhen Barah Haath The film portrays a young jail warden, Adinath, who rehabilitates six deadly prisoners released on parole into persons of virtue. He takes these six notorious, surly murderers and makes them work hard with him on a dilapidated country farm and produces great harvest. He wants to rehabilitate them through hard work and kindly guidance. The film ends with the death of the warden at the hands of his enemies, and manifests how reformed his pupils after all his work with them.

No. 1 Number of timesHis Ranisahiba (1930) was the first children s film in India. He was the first to use the trolley for his film Chandrasena (1931). He made India s first color film, Sairandhri (1933). He was the first director to use a telephoto lens for his film Amrit Manthan (1934). He was the first director to use the technique of animation in his film Jambukaka (1935). He was the first director to us back-lit projection in his film Amar Jyoti (1936). His films were the first among Indian directors to be exhibited abroad Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani and Shakuntala.

VisualsDo Ankhe Barah haath.

VisualsJhanak Jhanak Payal Baje.

VisualsNavrang.

BIBILOGRAPHY http://calcuttatube.com/v-shantaram-a-versatile-genius-film-director-frombollywood-46664/46664/ booksen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_Aankhen_Barah_Haath .google.co.in/ben.wikipedia.org/wiki/V._Shantaram -ooks?isbn=0861321383 books.google.co.in/books?isbn=0861321383...

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