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South India is showing what we could not do even as Bengalis! Bankimchandra's 'Anandmath' coming to big screen


South India is showing what we could not do even as Bengalis! Bankimchandra's 'Anandmath' coming to big screen

South India is showing what we could not do even as Bengalis! Bankimchandra's 'Anandmath' coming to big screen

A southern film is being made based on the novel Anandamath written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay. That news came out earlier. But this time another new information came forward. Bengalis are supposed to feel better after hearing that. The news of the film was already known, now the first teaser poster has come forward. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay's 'Vande Mataram'.


And on that occasion, 'Anandamath' is going to come on the big screen. The name of the film is '1770 Ek Sangram' (1770 Ek Sangram). A southern film is being made based on this political novel. Earlier it was said that this big budget film inspired by 'Anandmath' will be made in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages. But this time, it is heard that the film '1700 Ek Sangram' will be released in Kannada, Malayalam and Bengali, i.e. a total of 6 languages.

It is known that Ram Kamal Mukherjee's brainchild Ashwin Gangaraju will handle this film. Popular screenwriter V Vijayendra Prasad is writing the screenplay of the film. He has written screenplays for several Hindi and South films like 'Baahubali', 'RRR', 'Manikarnika the Queen of Jhansi', 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'.

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Vijayendra Prasad also has another identity. He is the father of southern filmmaker SS Rajamouli. Although the makers have not announced anything about the casting of this film at the moment. Shailendra Kikumar, Suraj Sharma and Sujoy Kutty will be producing this film. Ashwin Gangaraju said in an interview, "This was a big challenge for me."

He also said, “But legendary V Vijayendra Prasad sir is writing the film's story and screenplay from the novel. I think it is going to be a blockbuster film. I am more attracted to such stories. At first I was a little worried whether I could do it or not. But after talking to Ram Kamal, I gained confidence after hearing his point of view.”

Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay's 'Ananda Math' is based on the monastic movement of North Bengal in 1773. This political novel, published in 1882, has a special role in India's freedom struggle. The British government at that time passed a law against printing the novel. However, its handwritten Gupta version was circulated among the people.

The novel is somewhat controversial for its anti-Muslim themes. Bankimchandra wrote the song 'Vande Mataram' in 'Anandmath'. Later Indian patriots first used the words 'Bande Mataram' as a nationalist slogan. The story of monk-fakir rebellion is now on the big screen. The film requires a huge budget and the makers have already informed that it will take around one and a half years to make. Before Dashami, it will be decided who will act in the film '1700 Ek Sangram'. The names of the actors will be announced by Diwali.

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