Monday, December 6, 2010

Hindi movie on "Master Da Surjya Sen" - Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey:

"A TRUE STORY." This is how Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey opens and it takes you on a journey which is unfortunately not well known in the history of revolutionaries. The film is adapted from the book, Do and Die, The Chittagong Uprising. It is not an entertainer nor is it a "leave your brains at home" type of movie but one with a deep message showcasing true events that happened in the 1930's.

British India, 1930 Chittagong; A band of 56 - 64 innocent young but fearless and ambitious teenagers, five defiant revolutionaries, two firm young women and an optimistic leader - Surjya Sen, a school teacher by profession. Together they attack five British places in Chittagong including the armoury, the cantonment and a telegraph office all on the same night.

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