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Question 1: ________ (The Cloud-Capped Star) (1960)
Meghe Dhaka TaraDeep Jwele JaaiBengali cinemaBari Theke Paliye

Question 2: He wrote, directed and acted in plays and translated ________ and Gogol into Bengali.
Bertolt BrechtMother Courage and Her ChildrenNon-Aristotelian dramaBaal (play)

Question 3: Ghatak's stature among Bengali film directors is comparable to that of Satyajit Ray and ________.
Neel Akasher NeecheyInterview (1971 film)Akash KusumMrinal Sen

Question 4: [5] Karz in particular was remade several times: as the Kannada film Yuga Purusha (1989), the Tamil film Enakkul Oruvan (1984), and more recently the ________ film Karzzzz (2008).
Asian cinemaBollywoodBengali cinemaSouth Asian cinema

Question 5: For example, ________ has cited Ghatak as well as Ray as the reasons she became a filmmaker.
Mira NairSalaam Bombay!Monsoon WeddingThe Namesake (film)

Question 6: Ritwik Ghatak at the ________
Amazon.comBox Office MojoCDNOWInternet Movie Database

Question 7: [9] In the 2002 Sight & Sound critics' and directors' poll for all-time greatest films, ________ was ranked at #231 and Komal Gandhar at #346 on the list.
Meghe Dhaka TaraDeep Jwele JaaiBari Theke PaliyeBengali cinema

Question 8: Ghatak's first commercial release was Ajantrik (1958), a comedy-drama film with ________ themes.
Science fiction fandomAlternate historyCyberpunkScience fiction

Question 9: It was one of the earliest films to portray an inanimate object, in this case an ________, as a character in the story.
Disc brakeVacuum servoAutomobileThrottle

Question 10: The film was one of the earliest to deal with the theme of ________ and is believed to have been the source of inspiration for many later works dealing with the theme of reincarnation in Indian cinema, Indian television, and perhaps world cinema.
ReincarnationAfterlifeHinduismSoul







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