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A River Called Titas (1973)
"Titash Ekti Nadir Naam" (original title)

Not Rated  |   |  Drama, Family  |  27 July 1973 (Bangladesh)
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A 1973 Bangladeshi film it describes the life of the fishermen on the bank of the Titas River in Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Fakrul Hasan Boiragi ...
Nibaran
Narain Chakraborty ...
Moral
Banani Choudhury ...
Moral ginni
Kabari Choudhury ...
Rajar Jhi
Chetana Das
Ritwik Ghatak ...
Tilakchand
Shafikul Islam ...
Ananta
Sirajul Islam ...
Magan Sardar
M.A. Khair ...
Basanti's father
Prabir Mitra ...
Kishore (as Probir Mitra)
Golam Mustafa ...
Ramprasad and Kader Mian
Sufia Rustam ...
Udaytara
Rosy Samad ...
Rani Sarkar ...
Mungli
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A fisherman, Kishore, marries Basanti when he visits a nearby village. After their wedding night (during which the couple is almost too shy to speak), she is kidnapped on the river. When she is found, she has amnesia; although Basanti does not remember her new husband's name or what he looks like, she remembers the name of his village. Ten years pass before she attempts to find him with their son, who sees his mother as a goddess. Some residents of Kishore's village refuse to share food with Basanti and her son because of the ever-present threat of starvation.

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A River Called Titas  »

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The shooting of the movie took a toll on Ghatak's health, as he was suffering from tuberculosis at the time. See more »

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Life flowing with the river
18 October 2010 | by (Tellus) – See all my reviews

Typically for Indian movies this has it all, evil capitalists that destroy the property of the poor peasants, a man struck insane by the abduction of his newly-wed wife from arranged marriage, compassionate families that end up turning against the one they help and a lot of smoking from water pipes and chewing of betel nut.

The film starts by announcing that not many people know about and much less care about the people living in this region which is one of the world's poorest places. And by the end of it most things look very unfortunate for them still. It is realistically made, shot on location so that doesn't feel contrived. That being said, some of the acting looks funny and artificial by our standards. As we move focal points also it can be a little difficult to follow the numerous plots.

Antropologically interesting too.


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