Shatranj Ke Khilari {HD} Satyajit Ray – Sanjeev Kumar – Shabana Azmi Hindi Film (With Eng Subtitles)



Shatranj Ke Khilari is based on Munshi Premchands short story. It showcases the life of people in India in the 19th century. It places emphasis on Indian …

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33 Replies to “Shatranj Ke Khilari {HD} Satyajit Ray – Sanjeev Kumar – Shabana Azmi Hindi Film (With Eng Subtitles)”

  1. Great narrative ,, and wonderful craft ! Premchand's stories always led us to ponder over serious issues while he keeps subject matter very lucid and thought provoking . And thanks to Satyajit sir whose creative direction reached at the zenith of cinematic aesthetics .

  2. This movie basically summarises how foreign powers came to rule over our country. While the native rulers ;having lost their masculinity,were steeped in luxury, moral corruption and were fighting amongst themselves over petty issues ,the better focussed British took over the rule of this country.

  3. Muslim invaders, murderous frenzy savage army killed 900 millions of Hindus over their 800 years of rule in Bharat…all the autobiography of the nawabs, badshahs and sultunates bear testimony to these atrocities..women and girls were raped and burnt alive …more than 100,000 hindu shrines and temples were desecrated , destroyed and burned down and still some mother-fuckers in bharat praise muslim rule…what a demoralized subverted gullible bastards !! and britishers , systematically destroyed Hindusthan both materially and spiritually ….and created some angreez-o-ki manosputra…..like Bastard Nehru…

  4. An intelligent movie that gives also a fairly accurate picture of Awadh life in Lucknow at the time of the British annexation. One of the movie`s few errors is showing Outram, the British political agent, using an interpreter; in reality he spoke several Indian languages like most of the senior H.E.I.C. officers as well as some Persian. Outram was not in favour of outright annexation but had to carry out the wishes of the expansionist Governor-General, Lord Dalhousie.

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