Aamar Bhuvan is a 2002 Bengali film directed by Mrinal Sen. The film depicts a place of India where people live peacefully and love each other despite the hatred and violence that scars the rest of the nation. For this film director Mrinal Sen won best director's award in Cairo Film Festival in 2002.
DVD cover of the film
|Directed by||Mrinal Sen|
|Written by||Mrinal Sen, Afsar Ahmed|
|Music by||Debojyoti Mishra|
|1 hours 47 minutes|
The script is based on the novel 'Dhanjyotsna' written by Afsar Ahmed. After Sakhina and Nur's divorce, Sakhina has remarried Kaushik; a man who loves her but has difficulty providing for them and their three children. Nur went on to the Middle East and came back a rich man. He has remarried. Nur and Kaushik are cousins and Nur tries to help Kaushik (and Sakhina) by giving him work and lending him money. But when he returns Sakhina's prized nose-ring, which he had given her secretly during their marriage and not taken back during the divorce, and which Kaushik later pawned for some money, Sakhina is insulted and hurt.
Cairo International film festivalEdit
- Best director: Mrinal Sen (won)
- Best actress: Nandita Das (won)
- Golden pyramid (nominated)
- Anandalok Award: Best Male Playback Singer for Srikanta Acharya in 2003