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For his contribution in Bengali literature, he was awarded Bangla Academy Literary Award in and posthumously received highest civilian honour given by Government of Bangladesh , Independence Day Award , in He received Nigar Award for directing Kancher Deyal in and posthumously received National Film Awards for his overall contribution in Bangladeshi movie in and for best story and dialogue in He also awarded second highest civilian honour given by Government of Bangladesh , Ekushey Padak in for his contribution in movie.
His birth name was Mohammad Zahirullah. After the Partition of Bengal in , he, along with his parents, came back to his village from Calcutta. Raihan started his career as journalist in He joined the newspaper "Juger Alo".
Then he worked for the newspapers, such as, Khapchhara, Jantrik and Cinema. He was editor of Probaho in He also wrote songs for Ae Desh Tomar Amar. Raihan had his directorial debut in the movie Kokhono Asheni. This movie was made in and released in He married his first wife Sumita Devi that year.
Sumita and he had two son, Bipul Raihan and Anol Raihan. He made Pakistan's first colour movie, Sangam that year, both written and produced by him.
He made his first CinemaScope movie, Bahana , in Though he was in financial difficulties at the time, he gave all his money from the Calcutta showing to the Freedom Fighters trust. Raihan had been married twice, to Sumita Devi in and Shuchonda in , both of whom were film actresses. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Zahir Raihan. Feni , British India. Sumita Devi m. Shuchonda m.
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Retrieved 19 November Ray's first film, Pather Panchali , won eleven international prizes, including the inaugural Best Human Document award at the Cannes Film Festival. Ray did the scripting, casting and editing, designed his own credit titles and publicity material.
Ray received many major awards in his career, including 32 Indian National Film Awards , a Golden Lion , a Golden Bear , 2 Silver Bears , a number of additional awards at international film festivals and award ceremonies, an Academy Honorary Award in ; the Government of India honored him with the Bharat Ratna , its highest civilian award, in Ray gained a prestigious position over his life time.
Satyajit Ray's ancestry can be traced back for at least ten generations. Ray's grandfather, Upendrakishore Ray was a writer, philosopher, amateur astronomer and a leader of the Brahmo Samaj , a religious and social movement in nineteenth century Bengal, he set up a printing press by the name of U. Ray and Sons , which formed a crucial backdrop to Satyajit's life. Sukumar Ray , Upendrakishore's son and father of Satyajit, was a pioneering Bengali writer of nonsense rhyme and children's literature, an illustrator and a critic.
Ray was born to Suprabha Ray in Calcutta. Satyajit Ray's family had acquired the name'Ray' from the Mughals. Sukumar Ray died when Satyajit was three, the family survived on Suprabha Ray's meager income. Ray studied at Ballygunge Government High School and completed his BA in economics at Presidency College, Calcutta affiliated with the University of Calcutta,though his interest was always in fine arts.
In , his mother insisted that he studied at the Visva-Bharati University at Santiniketan , founded by Rabindranath Tagore. Ray was reluctant due to his love of Calcutta, the low opinion of the intellectual life at Santiniketan, his mother's persuasion and his respect for Tagore convinced him to try.
In Santiniketan, Ray came to appreciate Oriental art, he admitted that he learned much from the famous painters Nandalal Bose and Benode Behari Mukherjee.
He produced a documentary film, The Inner Eye , about Mukherjee. His visits to Ajanta and Elephanta stimulated his admiration for Indian art.
In , Ray started work at D. Keymer , a British-run advertising agency, as a "junior visualiser," earning eighty rupees a month.
Although he liked visual design and he was treated well, there was tension between the British and Indian employees of the firm; the British were better paid, Ray felt that "the clients were stupid. Gupta asked Ray to create cover designs for books to be published by Signet Press and gave him complete artistic freedom.
Designing the cover and illustrating the book, Ray was influenced by the work. He used it as the subject of his first film, featured his illustrations as shots in his ground-breaking film. Along with Chidananda Dasgupta and others, Ray founded the Calcutta Film Society in , they screened many foreign films, many of which Ray watched and studied. In , Ray married his first cousin and long-time sweetheart; the couple had a son, now a film director.
Ray helped him to find locations in the countryside. Ray told Renoir about his idea of filming Pather Panchali , which had long been on his mind, Renoir encouraged him in the project.
In , D. Keymer sent Ray to London to work at its headquarters office.