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Now Animated Versions Of Bollywood’s Old Classical Movies

Posted by Kokolicious on August 27th, 2008

It seems that Bollywood producers either are being hyper-experimental or lack the fresh ideas to make new films. That is why, the remake versions of Bollywood’s old classical movies made by director Shakti Samanta are being imitated by Pritish Nandy Communication. The PNC is about to make the trendy animation versions of Shakti Samanta‘s classics Howrah Bridge, Amar Prem, and Barsaat Ki Ek Raat.

By announcing about the venture, Pritish Nandi says, "This is my homage to one of the most underrated filmmakers of the country. When I met Mr. Samanta, he was so pleased to know his films would reach out to a new generation. Howrah Bridge is one of my favourite noire films. The magic of Sachin Dev Burman‘s music, the chemistry between Ashok Kumar and Madhubala and the seductive charm of Ashok Kumar’s baritone…all that I want to capture in animation form."

When Pritish was asked about the reason for choosing this particular segment leaving other classics made by Samanta such as Aradhana, Amanush, and Kati Patang, he uttered with ease, "I’ve chosen Howrah Bridge, Amar Prem and Barsaat Ki Ek Raat because they not only represent three phases in Shakti Samanta’s career but also three generations of superstars Ashok Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan. Barsaat…is not one of Mr Bachchan’s better known films. So there’s an added excitement there of introducing a neglected AB film through animation."

 

 

Talking about the music aspect, Pritish told that though there is original music from these films but some of the originals will be remixed side by side. So, in a nutshell the movies are being copied in altered version of animations. The Bollywood directors have gone crazy to remake the original movies, although. This time it is in different form of animations.

Is there a scarcity of original ideas in the industry? Or, tempering with the old hits satisfies the envy of today’s film makers?

"What we’re doing is something different. We also have an animation version of Sholay", says Mr Nandy. Is it really so? How can you be different when you are copying the original story even though in a completely different form of multimedia – animation? Or, Mr. Nandy, do you consider this to be an experiment just to serve your ego? Anyways, it will be interesting to watch if how does Mr. Nandy  convert the dull background and action-free cinematography of the selected movies into funny and colorful animation.
 

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