Nayak: The Hero By : Satyajit Ray
Matinee idol Arindam Mukherjee is on his way by train from Calcutta to Delhi to receive a national award. He encounters Aditi Sengupta, who runs a magazine for modern women. During the conversation, Arindam slowly sheds his carefully put together image of glamour and easy-living, revealing his insecurities and haunting regrets. Based on an original screenplay by Satyajit Ray, Nayak is a marvellous portraiture of the life of a superstar. The 1966 film, with unforgettable performances by Uttam Kumar and Sharmila Tagore, went on to win several awards. This novelization by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay will remind readers of Ray's enduring genius.
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