If there was only one Hindi movie that had to be made on the armed revolt against the British and its aftermath, it is this one
Bedabrata Pain’s Chittagong is a well-documented labour of love. The scientist-turned-director struggled to raise finances for his movie about the armed uprising of 1930, eventually investing the royalty earned from one of his patents; the period film was stuck in the cans after being completed in 2010; Ashutosh Gowariker’s Khelein Hum Jeen Jaan Sey, based on the same incident, beat Pain to the cinemas the same year. Chittagong has finally arrived in theatres, and one thing is immediately apparently: if there was only one Hindi movie that had to be made on the armed revolt against the British and its aftermath, it is this one.
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