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Mrinal-Ritwik-Tapan films in dire need of being restored

  13.05.20 11:23am

It's a proud moment for India as a restored Charulata is screened at Cannes today. But back home, indifference and a chalta hai attitude are pushing our classic films into oblivion

Finsih reading here:http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-05-18/news-interviews/39353701_1_indian-cinema-negatives-cannes-classics