Watch Andha Atit
- 1 hr 45 min
Andha Atit is a 1972 Bengali film directed by Tapan Sinha and starring Uttam Kumar, Supriya Choudhury, Kali Bannerjee, and Tarun Kumar. The movie is based on a novel by Shaktipada Rajguru. The plot of Andha Atit revolves around a young artist named Subrata (Uttam Kumar) who is married to a woman named Rekha (Supriya Choudhury). Subrata is blinded in an accident and his wife takes care of him. However, Subrata becomes insecure about his wife's loyalty and suspect that she might be having an affair. As a result, he starts behaving abusively with her.
Rekha, unable to bear his behavior, decides to leave him and start a new life. She starts working as a teacher in a remote village where she meets a man named Bhabani (Kali Bannerjee). Bhabani falls in love with her and proposes marriage. Rekha initially refuses but later accepts his proposal.
Meanwhile, Subrata gets his eyesight back and realizes his mistake. He tries to find Rekha and apologize to her. In the village, Bhabani's son goes missing and Rekha helps in the search. During the search operation, they discover that the boy had been kidnapped and was being held for a ransom. Rekha, with the help of Bhabani and other villagers, rescues the boy and catches the kidnappers.
In the end, Subrata reaches the village and reconciles with Rekha. He apologizes for his behavior and accepts her decision to marry Bhabani. The movie ends with Subrata leaving the village and Rekha and Bhabani getting married.
Andha Atit is a heartwarming story that explores the themes of love, loyalty, forgiveness, and redemption. The movie has some beautiful songs and the performances of the lead actors are brilliant. Uttam Kumar, as always, delivers a flawless performance as the blind artist who is unable to deal with his insecurities. Supriya Choudhury shines as Rekha, a strong-willed woman who refuses to be mistreated. Kali Bannerjee's portrayal of the mature and caring Bhabani is also remarkable.
Tapan Sinha's direction is commendable as he has successfully captured the essence of the novel and brought it to life on the screen. The cinematography and editing of the movie are also top-notch.
Overall, Andha Atit is a must-watch for anyone who loves emotional dramas with strong performances by the lead actors. The movie is a testimony to the fact that good cinema has no language barrier and can be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates art.
Andha Atit is a 1972 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 45 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3.