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     1'''Hemen Gupta''', (1914-67) 
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     4Bengali-Hindi director born in Rajasthan. 
     5Degree in literature from Calcutta University. 
     6Private secretary of Subhashchandra Bose; fulltime 
     7radical activist in 1930-2 Civil 
     8Disobedience movement and in terrorism 
     9around Midnapore Dist., Bengal. Arrested, 
     10jailed (1932-8) and allegedly sentenced to 
     11death. This period is commemorated in two of 
     12his best-known films, Bhuli Naai and ’42. His 
     13film project on the Bengal famine (1945) was 
     14banned by the British government. Moved to 
     15Bombay in 1951 and made several Hindi films 
     16for Filmistan and for Bimal Roy, e.g. the 
     17classic adaptation of Tagore’s Kabuliwala. 
     18His Insaaf Kahan Hai was never released. Raj 
     19Kamal was left incomplete (1957), as was his 
     20last film, Anamika (1967). 
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     23'''FILMOGRAPHY''': 1943: Dwanda; 1944: 
     24Takraar; 1947: Abhiyatri; 1948: Bhuli Naai; 
     251949: ’42; 1952: Anandmath; 1954: Kashti; 
     26Meenar; 1956: Taksaal; 1959: Insaaf Kahan 
     27Hai; 1960: Babar; 1961: Kabuliwala; 1966: 
     28Netaji Subhashchandra Bose. 
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     30[[Director]]