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The National Award-winning Bengali director Buddhadeb Dasgupta, die; Prime minister Modi pays tribute

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The language of the director Buddhadeb Dasgupta won the National Film Award for a Best Feature film just a few times. Some of his best-known works include projects like Bagh Bahadur, Quiet, and A, Kaalpurush, and Tahader Katha.
On Thursday, in the South of the city in the year, Buddhadeb Dasgupta died.

It is the director Buddhadeb Dasgupta who died in Calcutta in the year of the complications of the course of the year. The director was 77. He was suffering from kidney disease and was on regular dialysis.

West Bengal, Prime minister Mamata Banerjee, who called his death a “huge loss” for the Bengali nation.

Prime minister Narendra Modi also expressed his condolences on his death. “They are suffering from the closure of the Sri Buddhadeb Dasgupta.

His works have touched a chord with every aspect of society. He is also an outstanding thinker and poet. My thoughts are with his family and a few of the fans in this time of grief. About Shanti, ” he wrote.

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As a film, the author provides a much sought-after National Award for the major players. He also won the award for Best Director for his work in the movies, Uttara (2000) and Swapner Din (2005).

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