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Anand Math (1952)

| 1952 (India)

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Satyananda (as Prithviraj)
Ranjana ...
Kalyani
Pradeep Kumar ...
Jivanand (as Pradeep)
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Bhavanand
Bharat Bhushan ...
Raja Mahendra Singh
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Shanti Dev Sharma
Murad
Michael
Suresh
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S. Burhan ...
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Jankidas ...
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Goldstein
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Noorjahan ...
(as Nurjehan)
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Anand Math is a 1952 Hindi patriotic-historical film directed by Hemen Gupta, based on Anandamath, the famous Bengali novel written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in 1882.
17 October 2016 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This movie is based on a novel of the same name by Bakim Chandra Chaterjee. This novel was penned a century after the events actually happened. Notwithstanding its literary significance, the novel has overtones of Hindu revivalism and attitude of co-existence with the British rule which is a major departure from the actual incidents of this movement. There are official records documented by British officers of at least three incidents where the Muslims and Hindus together fought against the East India Company. The actually rebellion, on which this movie is based, was a united Hindu-Muslim revolt against the British known as the Fakir Sanyasi Rebellion which engulfed most districts of northern and eastern undivided Bengal during the early part of the British colonial rule in India (1767-1800). This rebellion was led by a Muslim Fakir, Majnu Shah and a Hindu Sanyasi, Bhawani Pathak, a fact that is totally ignored in this movie.


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