Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Abhi Bhattacharya


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    4 Lead actor in late 40s Bengali melodramas, débuting in Bengali version of [[Nitin Bose]]’s bilingual [[Nauka Dubi/Milan]] ([[Dilip Kumar]] took the role in Hindi). Worked at [[New Theatres]] ([[Yatrik]]) and in independent productions of former New Theatres directors Nitin Bose, [[Debaki Bose]] and [[Bimal Roy]] ([[Biraj Bahu]]). Played the upright hero, evoking the Westernised liberal stereotype often used to characterise pre-WW2 Bengali urban upper middle class. Introduced this image into the Hindi cinema, notably in [[Hrishikesh Mukherjee]] films (e.g. [[Anuradha]]), extending it into a tragic dimension (e.g. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sohrab_Modi|Sohrab Modi]]’s [[Jailor]]). This image was later used to devastating effect by [[Ghatak]] in [[Subarnarekha]], where he played the upright Ishwar. Acted extensively with Satyen Bose as well as in [[Shakti Samanta]]’s Aradhana and his Hindi-Bengali bilinguals (e.g. [[Amanush]]). Also featured regularly in mythologicals by [[S. Fattelal]] (Jagadguru Shankaracharya, [[Ayodhyapati]]), [[Babubhai Mistri]] (Mahabharat, Har Har Gange) and Ashish Kumar devotionals. 
     4Lead actor in late 40s Bengali melodramas, débuting in Bengali version of [[Nitin Bose]]’s bilingual [[Nauka Dubi/Milan]] ([[Dilip Kumar]] took the role in Hindi). Worked at [[New Theatres]] ([[Yatrik]]) and in independent productions of former New Theatres directors Nitin Bose, [[Debaki Bose]] and [[Bimal Roy]] ([[Biraj Bahu]]). Played the upright hero, evoking the Westernised liberal stereotype often used to characterise pre-WW2 Bengali urban upper middle class. Introduced this image into the Hindi cinema, notably in [[Hrishikesh Mukherjee]] films (e.g. [[Anuradha]]), extending it into a tragic dimension (e.g. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sohrab_Modi|Sohrab Modi]]’s [[Jailor]]). This image was later used to devastating effect by [[Ghatak]] in [[Subarnarekha]], where he played the upright Ishwar. Acted extensively with Satyen Bose as well as in [[SHAKTI SAMANTA|Shakti Samanta]]’s Aradhana and his Hindi-Bengali bilinguals (e.g. [[Amanush]]). Also featured regularly in mythologicals by [[S. Fattelal]] (Jagadguru Shankaracharya, [[Ayodhyapati]]), [[Babubhai Mistri]] (Mahabharat, Har Har Gange) and Ashish Kumar devotionals. 
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