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SONAR KELLA - THE GOLDEN FORTRESS
 
Feluda: Soumitra Chatterjee, Jatayu (the crime writer): Santosh Dutta, Topshe: Siddhartha Chatterjee, Mukul: Kushal Chakrabarty
Ten-year-old Mukul, haunted by his past life, gets up at night and draws pictures of royalty and treasure. Dr. Hazra, a parapsychologist, decides to take him to Rajasthan to see the forts, hoping to induce a cure. But bad men follow them to get their hands on the treasure. Can Feluda protect them?

A poster designed by Satyajit Ray
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for SONAR KELLA

SONAR KELLA - THE GOLDEN FORTRESS

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Feluda, Jatayu, and Mukul set out on their search through the desert.

SONAR KELLA - THE GOLDEN FORTRESS

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Feluda (right) and Jatayu at a palace in Rajasthan

SONAR KELLA - THE GOLDEN FORTRESS

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Feluda and Rajasthani villagers at Ramdeora Station

JAI BABA FELUNATH - THE ELEPHANT GOD
Feluda: Soumitra Chatterjee, Jatayu (the crime writer): Santosh Dutta,
Topshe: Siddhartha Chatterjee, Ruku: Jit Bose

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Ray (left) rehearses Jatayu, Feluda (center), Topshe and Ruku.

JAI BABA FELUNATH - THE ELEPHANT GOD

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Feluda (second from left) and his team make their plans.

JAI BABA FELUNATH - THE ELEPHANT GOD

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Jatayu stands up to the villain's hired knife thrower Arjun.

Jatayu: (walkiing along Marine Drive in Bombay) "I am sure there is no Municipal Development Authority here, as in Calcutta."
"Why, because the roads have no potholes?"
from Bombaiyer Bombetey : The Buccaneer of Bombay
Feluda:"I discovered today that those two cuttings in his wallet were cut out with a blade from newspapers nearly two centuries old which have been carefully preserved in the National Library Reading room. In my opinion, a man should go to prison for this."
 from Gorosthaney Shabdhan : Trouble in the Graveyard
"It should take an hour-and-a-half to build up the story, and another hour-and-a-half to unravel it.[...]You must have smuggling, gold, diamons, marijuana, hashish, whatever; five songs, one of which should be devotional; two dance numbers; two or three chase sequences -- in at least one of which an expensive car should be seen rolling downhill; there must be one fire scene; the girlfriend of the hero must be the heroine and the girlfriend of the villain has to be the vamp; you need a conscientous police officer; some flashback scenes for the hero; comic relief and fast action so that the plot does not sag; if you can, shift the scene to the mountains or to the beach so that your stars don't have to keep on shooting in the cramped atmosphere of a studio. [..] And finally -- this is a must -- you have to have a happy ending. And if before that you can make the tears flow, then so much the better." from: Bombaiyer Bombetey

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