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Rani Chandra est une Actrice Malaisienne née le 1 janvier 1949 à Cochin (Inde)

Rani Chandra

Rani Chandra
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Nationalité Malaisie
Naissance 1 janvier 1949 à Cochin (Inde)
Mort 12 octobre 1976 (à 27 ans) à Bombay (Inde)

Rani Chandra est une actrice malaisienne.

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Adoor Bhasi
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Filmographie de Rani Chandra (67 films)

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Réalisé par K. G. George
Genres Drame
Acteurs Rani Chandra, M. G. Soman, Mallika Sukumaran, P. K. Venukuttan Nair, T. R. Omana, Prema
Rôle Sumithra
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The story proceeds in a flashbacks as the hero, Dr. Gopi, who has had a nervous breakdown, relives his past under psychiatric probing. It is the story of an ill-matched marriage — the husband, sensitive, introvertive and plagued by memories of a bygone love and the wife, rich, spoilt and self-centred — and how under the mounting stresses of daily life, the husband cracks up. Gopi is the only son of a widowed mother, and in strained circumstances, is put through medical college by his rich uncle on the understanding that Gopi marries his daughter Sumithra. Gopi, while in college, falls in love with a fellow-student, but they part company when his mother meets the girl and persuades her to give up the betrothed Gopi. Gopi's marriage with his rich cousin takes place, but it is doomed from its very start. They are not made for each other in either taste or temperament, and besides Gopi is haunted by memories of his former love. And Gopi, being the introvert he is, consummates the marriage, as it were, in a psychiatric ward.
Nellu (1974)

Réalisé par Ramu Kariat
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Prem Nazir, Jayabharathi, Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair, Sankaradi, Kottarakkara Sreedharan Nair, Adoor Bhasi
Rôle Javani

The film portrays the life of "Adiyar" community, a tribe whose ways of life belongs to centuries ago. They live in the Wayanad hills in the deep Kerala forests. The film envelopes the passions, superstitions, religious practices, customs, and the servility and exploitation the tribal people endure. The film is narrated through the observations of an outsider.