Basu Chatterjee Death: 7 best movies of the legendary filmmakerJune 4, 2020
Basu Chatterjee passed away earlier today at the age of 93. The ace filmmaker has given us some of the most stellar films to look back upon from the 1970s-1980s. Today, as we remember him, let’s go down memory lane and have a look at some of his most precious works, which will be passed on to generations to watch.
7 Best Basu Chatterjee Films
‘Piya Ka Ghar’ (1972)Image Source – Instagram
Basu Chatterjee focused on the dynamics of a newlywed couple in this film. ‘Piya Ka Ghar’ explores the difficulties a just married couple is facing trying to find privacy in a cramped Mumbai Chawl house which the couple shares with the groom’s whole family.
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‘Rajnigandha’ was inspired by the popular Mannu Bhandari short story ‘Yahi Sach Hai’. In this, Basu Chatterjee spoke about the dilemma of a young woman struggling with her feelings for two men – the man whom she loves and is about to get married to and an old love. The film showed the struggles of a middle-class woman perfectly.