Target (1995 film)

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Target
Directed bySandip Ray
Produced byJason Lovas
Zachary Lovas
Written bySandip Ray
Satyajit Ray
Prafulla Roy
CinematographyBarun Raha
Edited byDulal Dutta
Release date
  • 28 February 1996 (1996-02-28) (U.S.)
Running time
100 min (UK)/122 min (USA)
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi/Bengali

Target is a 1995 Hindi drama film directed by Sandip Ray based on the novel Manushar Juddha, written by Prafulla Roy. The film is centred on the relationship between Singh, a cruel, manipulative landowner and his workers that belong to the caste of pariahs.[1][2][3][4][5]

Cast[edit]

  • Mohan Agashe - Vindhyachal Singh
  • Barun Chakraborty - Chaupatial
  • Champa - Bijari[6]
  • Gyanesh Mukherjee - Rampear
  • Om Puri - Rambharosa
  • Anjaan Srivastav - Choubey

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holden, Stephen (28 February 1996). Target (film review), The New York Times
  2. ^ Vice, Jeff (20 March 1998). Tower Theatre to show films by India director, Deseret News
  3. ^ Ryan, Desmond (14 Nov 1996). `Target' Is Son's Homage To Satyajit Ray, Philadelphia Inquirer
  4. ^ Wilmington, Michael (5 July 1996). Bold, Humane `Target' An Impressive Shot By Satyajit Ray's Son, Chicago Tribune
  5. ^ Thomas, Kevin (2 October 1995). Indian Filmmaker Perfects a Delicate Balancing Act : Movies: Sandip Ray, son of India's foremost director, Satyajit Ray, oversees his late father's legacy while moving ahead in his own film career, Los Angeles Times
  6. ^ "LIKE A GRACEFUL CHAPTER". The Daily Star. 12 January 2019. Retrieved 1 February 2019.

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