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Or go back to another one of my articles by the name MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI
I also did another article that portraits the life in India with title Mother India
I remember that I was waiting 12 hours in line to see the premiere of the movie in Athens Greece, I was 15 at the time.
The title in greek was ( Γη ποτισμένη με ιδρώτα ) in English ( land that's been soaked from sweating )-( Μητέρα Ινδία )
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No matter what this documentary tries to portray, one thing is for certain, India is a great country with a long history, a fabulous culture with outstanding tradition dated thousands of years, as well as mouth-watering recipes, to indulge in for even the most cynical palate.
They are a nation of beautiful people, especially the women, in particular, Nargis in the movie "Mother India", which was my first introduction to this interesting culture at a very young age in Athens, Greece.
Since then, I have studied the Indian history and culture and I wrote several articles detailing the culture and life story of Mahatma Gandhi, which I believe is one of the greatest personalities in the world, additionally, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, about whom many people wrongfully believe to be the daughter of Mahatma Gandhi who was assassinated; as well as the killing of Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale in the Golden temple.
The story of India is endless and with the interruption and cessation of colonization from the English, finally, India carried on its history as an independent nation.
Obviously, with a population of over 1.5 billion, and whenever there is money and cash exchange, there will always be some level of corruption.
Therefore, the film seems to be focusing on small things and amplifying them in such a way that the viewer is made to believe that this is widespread, right and left corruptions taken place in this great country.
Peter Spyros Goudas
Studioul de Dans Floarea Soarelui - Dans Indian
As I was going through different websites, reading articles, documentaries and videos, etc, etc., to be able to portray to the world what India is all about, I came across a fascinating video made in another country.
I found it to be very interesting for the amount of time taken by someone out there to train these children in representing a cultural aspect of India communicated through their dance, which I thought was perfectly done.
That led me to believe that I am far from being the only one who enjoys the Indian culture, the Country, and the people.
Additionally, I sympathize with the misery they've endured in the last few centuries
Η Nargis Dutt (Fatima Rashid) γεννήθηκε την 1 του Ιουνίου 1929 και απεβίωσε στις 3 Μαΐου 1981.
Το αληθινό ονομά της είναι Fatima Rashid, αλλά είναι γνωστή με το όνομα της στην οθόνη, Ναργκίς. Θεωρείται ευρέως ως μία από τις μεγαλύτερες ηθοποιούς στην ιστορία τoυ ινδικού του κινηματογράφου.
Ένας από τους πιο γνωστούς ρόλους της ήταν σαν "Radha" για τον οποίο προτάθηκε για βραβείο aπό την Academy Award για την ταινία "Mother India" (1957), μία ερμηνία για την οποία κέρδισε το βραβείο Καλύτερου Γυναικείου Ρόλου στα βραβεία Filmfare και το Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Το 1958, παντρεύτηκε τον συμπρωταγωνιστή της, ηθοποιό Sunil Dutt, (τον οποίο γνώρισε στα γυρίσματα της ταινίας "Mother India").
Σύμφωνα με πληροφορίες, ο Dutt την έσωσε από ένα ατύχημα με φωτιά στα γυρίσματα του"Mother India".Πάνω σε αυτό το περιστατικό μάλιστα βασίστηκε μια σκηνή στην ταινία "om shanti om",την σκηνή που ο Shahrukh σώζει την Deepika απο φωτιά σε ατύχημα στα γυρίσματα ταινίας.
Το ζευγάρι παντρεύτηκε στις 11 Μαρτίου 1958 και είχε τρία παιδιά μαζί:Sanjay, Namrata, και Priya. Ο Sanjay στη συνέχεια έγινε ένα πολύ επιτυχημένος ηθοποιός.
Μετά τον γάμο της εγκατέλειψε την κινηματογραφική βιομηχανία.
Μια από τις καλύτερες ταινίες της είναι το δράμα "Raat Aur Din" (1967), για την οποία πήρε το εναρκτήριο National Film Award για την καλύτερη ηθοποιό.
Μαζί με το σύζυγό της, η Ναργκίς διαμόρφωσε το Ajanta Arts Troupe,(πολιτιστικός θίασος τεχνών) ο οποίος προσελάμβανε διάφορους και ηθοποιούς και τραγουδιστές της εποχής και παρουσιάζαν ζωντανά προγράμματα σε παραμεθόριες περιοχές.
Η Ναργκίς πέθανε το 1981 από καρκίνο στο πάγκρεας, λίγες μέρες πριν ο γιος της Sanjay Dutt κάνει το ντεμπούτο με ταινία του στο Bollywood.
Άξιο να αναφερθεί οτι η Ναργκίς έπαιξε και σε ελληνική ταινία του 1968"Τόσα όνειρα στους δρόμους",με πρωταγωνιστή τον Μάνο Κατράκη.
Mother India | Super Hit Hindi Full Movie l Nargis, Raaj Kumar, Sunil Dutt | 1957
Synopsis: The film is set in 1957, the present day at the time of the shooting. When construction of an irrigation canal to the village is completed, Radha (Nargis), considered to be the "mother" of the village, is asked to inaugurate the canal. She remembers her past when she was newly married.
The wedding between Radha and Shamu (Raaj Kumar) is paid for by Radha's mother-in-law, who borrows the money from the moneylender Sukhilala.
The conditions of the loan are disputed, but the village elders decide in favor of the moneylender, after which Shamu and Radha are forced to pay three-quarters of their crop as interest on the loan of ₹500 (valued at about US$105 in 1957).[a][b] While Shamu works to bring more of their rocky land into use, his arms are crushed by a boulder.
Ashamed of his helplessness (being without arms) and humiliated by Sukhilala for living on the earnings of his wife, Shamu decides that he is of no use to his family and permanently leaves Radha and their three sons, walking to his own probable death by starvation. Soon after, Radha's youngest son and her mother-in-law died.
A severe storm and the resulting flood destroys houses in the village and ruins the harvest. Sukhilala offers to save Radha and her sons if she trades her body to him for food.
Radha vehemently refused his offer but had to also lose her infant (her fourth son) to the atrocities of the storm. Although the villagers begin initially to evacuate the village, they decide to stay and rebuild it, persuaded by Radha.
Several years later, Radha's two surviving children, Birju (Sunil Dutt) and Ramu (Rajendra Kumar), are young men. Birju, embittered since childhood by the demands of Sukhilala, takes out his frustrations by pestering the village girls, especially Sukhilala's daughter, Rupa. Ramu, by contrast, has a calmer temperament and is married soon after.
Birju's anger finally becomes dangerous and, after being provoked, he attacks Sukhilala and his daughter and steals Radha's kangan (marriage bracelets) that were pawned with Sukhilala.
He is chased out of the village and becomes a bandit. Radha promises Sukhilala that she will not let Birju cause harm to Sukhilala's family. On Rupa's wedding day, Birju returns with his gang of bandits to exact his revenge. He kills Sukhilala and kidnaps Rupa.
When he tries to flee the village on his horse, Radha, his mother, shoots him. He dies in her arms. The film returns to 1957; Radha opens the gate of the canal and its reddish water flows into the fields.
Director : Mehboob Khan
Producer : Mehboob Khan
Writer : Mehboob Khan
Music : Naushad
Cast : Nargis, Raaj Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Azra, Chanchal, Jilloo Maa, Kanahiya Lal, Kum Kum, Master Sajid, Mukri & Sheela Naik
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