New Delhi: Awards and acclaim came naturally to Rituparno Ghosh, a man who never compromised on his style and uniqueness.
Rituparno Ghosh's cinema was a resultant of his observations which were very distinct and carried different sensibilities.
Ghosh shot to fame by his direction of a children's film 'Hirer Angti' in 1994. His film 'Unishe April' won national award winner in 1995.
Rituparno Ghosh shot to fame by his direction of a children's film 'Hirer Angti' in 1994.
His other widely acclaimed films include 'Dahan', 'Asukh', 'Chokher Bali', 'Raincoat', 'Bariwali', 'Antarmahal' and 'Noukadubi'.
We have compiled some tweets by Rituparno Ghosh that give an insight into his creative world.
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