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short summary on patol babu ,film star

Asked by soundarya.bhosl...(student), on 23/11/11

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Posted by sagarmatre...(student), on 24/11/11

 Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films.  "JATARUS"  was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see  PATOL BABU ,at that time.  Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word  "oh" in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money ,though he needed money very badly.


Posted by harshitawadhwa9...(tutor), on 28/11/11

 Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films.  "JATARUS"  was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see  PATOL BABU ,at that time.  Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word  "oh" in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money ,though he needed money very badly.

Hope so it vl help you 
 
Posted by harshitawadhwa9...(tutor), on 28/11/11
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 Copy these lines in your Microsoft word to read then clearly!!!!!!!

Posted by Karan Vijayan(student), on 13/12/11

once upon a time in mumabi patol babu killed thre directors because they dont give him any act/role in any film which they make.

so patol babu decided to make film kung fu hustle because he was totaly taklu man so he decided to go china and learn kund fu

he become perfect in kung fu in three years aal the teachers feel proud on him because he was going to present kung fu to the ehole world but they were frightened also so that no one can see patol babu to starts thi type of work you understan which type of work from reproduction chapter work in film

to phir aage ki stori next part mein

Posted by Deepak Kumar(student), on 5/2/12

 In the story, Patol Babu gets an opportunity when he least expects . He is taken aback when he talks about this offer with his neighbour Nishikanto Babu to act in films. Here, we are introduced to another side of the character of Patol Babu who was a very well known and talented actor on stage in his days. He had a real passion and was obsessed with the mere idea of being on the stage. This is why we see him thrilled with excitement at getting this offer.

He is shown to be a very humble person undaunted by the people 's reaction towards him and others on the site of shooting. He is all praises for the hard work people were engaged in. Although he hasn 't seen many films he has heard Chancal Kumar 's name. He is concerned about his dialogue which he asks from Naresh Dutt. Sosanko is the person who gives him his script which is a simple sheet of paper which reads 'Oh! '

At first he finds it humiliating and quite strange about his role in the movie. Even Sosanko, displaying hollowness of modern man, tries to persuade him by saying how lucky he is that in such a crowd of people who lacked opportunities to become known, he has been given a chance.

However, among all this embarrassment, he regains his compose when he recollects his mentor, Gogon Pakrashi 's words: “...however small a part you 're offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it...” Noteworthy in this entire episode is how sportingly Patol Babu takes everything and rehearses again and again and adds props to his countenance, just in order to add a special touch to his character.

Eventually, he does a terrific job and receives praises from Chancal Kumar, "You timed it so well that I nearly passed out." and Barren Mullick "Jolly good! Why, you 're quite an actor!" He feels very pleased with his performance and "a total satisfaction swept over him." He thinks that it did not matter whether he receives any payment or not. "What were twenty rupees when measured against the intense satisfaction of a small job done with perfection and dedication?" Thus, he does not wait to collect his payment. Patol Babu realizes that personal satisfaction cannot be measured and weighed by money. To him, personal satisfaction is more crucial than material rewards. Ever since the beginning, Patol Babu did not act in the film because of the money merely. In contrast, it is because of his passion towards the job that drives him to act in the film. He proves his ability and talent in acting and these work as a sort of motivation to him. In the nutshell, personal satisfaction had always been more important than financial rewards and this idea work as one of the main issue in the story.

Posted by Nivedita Joshi(student), on 12/3/12
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need short...

Posted by Rohit Shetty(student), on 22/10/12
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.Personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards, as depicted in Satyajit Ray 's short story "Patol Babu, Film Star." The main character Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money, and so he acted in the film out of passion he felt toward the job more than because of the money he would make from the job.


In Patol Babu Film Star, Satyajit Ray has highlighted the idea that personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards. According to him, one does a job because he is interested in it rather than because he can get reward from it.

In the story Patol Babu was given only a minor role in the film, as a pedestrian who was only needed to collide into the main actor Chancal Kumar and uttered a monosyllable sound "oh." Nevertheless, his passion to the job drove him to work hard to give the best performance by rehearsing himself. Eventually, he had done a terrific job and received praises from Chancal Kumar, "You timed it so well that I nearly passed out." and Barren Mullick "Jolly good! Why, you 're quite an actor!" He felt very pleased with his performance and "a total satisfaction swept over him." He thought that it did not matter whether he received any payment or not. "What were twenty rupees when measured against the intense satisfaction of a small job done with perfection and dedication?" Thus, he did not wait to collect his payment.

Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money. To him, personal satisfaction is more crucial than material rewards. Ever since the beginning, Patol Babu did not act in the film because of the money merely. In contrast, it was because of his passion towards the job that drove him to act in the film. "I 'll be paid, of course, but that 's not the main thing." He also knew that nobody would appreciate his performance as he is only a minor actor in the film. Even though Baren Mullick praised him, he would soon forget about it. "But all his labour and imagination he had put into this one shot--were these people able to appreciate that?" However, Patol Babu thought that his own satisfaction was more salient. He had proven his ability and talent in acting and these worked as a sort of motivation to him.

In the nutshell, personal satisfaction was more important than financial rewards and this idea work as one of the main issue in the story.

Posted by Vaibhav Gupta(student), on 1/11/12

u want short answer here it is.....nothin....exctrem.ly  short

Posted by Ashu(student), on 12/11/12

 In the nutshell, personal satisfaction was more important than financial rewards and this idea work as one of the main issue in the story.

Posted by Lalitha(student), on 25/11/12

 . Personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards, as depicted in Satyajit Ray 's short story "Patol Babu, Film Star." The main character Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money, and so he acted in the film out of passion he felt toward the job more than because of the money he would make from the job.


In Patol Babu Film Star, Satyajit Ray has highlighted the idea that personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards. According to him, one does a job because he is interested in it rather than because he can get reward from it.

In the story Patol Babu was given only a minor role in the film, as a pedestrian who was only needed to collide into the main actor Chancal Kumar and uttered a monosyllable sound "oh." Nevertheless, his passion to the job drove him to work hard to give the best performance by rehearsing himself. Eventually, he had done a terrific job and received praises from Chancal Kumar, "You timed it so well that I nearly passed out." and Barren Mullick "Jolly good! Why, you 're quite an actor!" He felt very pleased with his performance and "a total satisfaction swept over him." He thought that it did not matter whether he received any payment or not. "What were twenty rupees when measured against the intense satisfaction of a small job done with perfection and dedication?" Thus, he did not wait to collect his payment.

Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money. To him, personal satisfaction is more crucial than material rewards. Ever since the beginning, Patol Babu did not act in the film because of the money merely. In contrast, it was because of his passion towards the job that drove him to act in the film. "I 'll be paid, of course, but that 's not the main thing." He also knew that nobody would appreciate his performance as he is only a minor actor in the film. Even though Baren Mullick praised him, he would soon forget about it. "But all his labour and imagination he had put into this one shot--were these people able to appreciate that?" However, Patol Babu thought that his own satisfaction was more salient. He had proven his ability and talent in acting and these worked as a sort of motivation to him.

In the nutshell, personal satisfaction was more important than financial rewards and this idea work as one of the main issue in the story.

Posted by Abdullah Asim(student), on 1/12/12

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Posted by Srishti Soni(student), on 3/1/13

who was mr.pakrashi

Posted by Kamini Gupta(tutor), on 8/1/13

 wife of prakash ( patol babu)

Posted by Anukool Srivast...(student), on 15/1/13

 arey bbc kab kaam ayegi.. :p

Posted by Akshat Gupta(student), on 17/1/13

 thanx every body :D

Posted by Aswin Mohandas(student), on 4/2/13

Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films. "JATARUS" was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see PATOL BABU ,at that time. Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word "oh" in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money ,though he needed money very badly.

 

if u have any more douts please mail me.happy reading

Posted by Mallu Singh, on 5/2/13

Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money.

Posted by Mallu Singh, on 5/2/13

 njkhh

Posted by sabeema(student), on 7/2/13
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 -.-

Posted by Junaid(student), on 8/2/13

 .Personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards, as depicted in Satyajit Ray 's short story "Patol Babu, Film Star." The main character Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money, and so he acted in the film out of passion he felt toward the job more than because of the money he would make from the job.

In Patol Babu Film Star, Satyajit Ray has highlighted the idea that personal satisfaction is more important than financial rewards. According to him, one does a job because he is interested in it rather than because he can get reward from it.

In the story Patol Babu was given only a minor role in the film, as a pedestrian who was only needed to collide into the main actor Chancal Kumar and uttered a monosyllable sound "oh." Nevertheless, his passion to the job drove him to work hard to give the best performance by rehearsing himself. Eventually, he had done a terrific job and received praises from Chancal Kumar, "You timed it so well that I nearly passed out." and Barren Mullick "Jolly good! Why, you 're quite an actor!" He felt very pleased with his performance and "a total satisfaction swept over him." He thought that it did not matter whether he received any payment or not. "What were twenty rupees when measured against the intense satisfaction of a small job done with perfection and dedication?" Thus, he did not wait to collect his payment.

Patol Babu realized that personal satisfaction could not be measured and weighed by money. To him, personal satisfaction is more crucial than material rewards. Ever since the beginning, Patol Babu did not act in the film because of the money merely. In contrast, it was because of his passion towards the job that drove him to act in the film. "I 'll be paid, of course, but that 's not the main thing." He also knew that nobody would appreciate his performance as he is only a minor actor in the film. Even though Baren Mullick praised him, he would soon forget about it. "But all his labour and imagination he had put into this one shot--were these people able to appreciate that?" However, Patol Babu thought that his own satisfaction was more salient. He had proven his ability and talent in acting and these worked as a sort of motivation to him.

In the nutshell, personal satisfaction was more important than financial rewards and this idea work as one of the main issue in the story.

Posted by Sarthak Nandan(student), on 24/2/13

 Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films.  "JATARUS"   was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see  PATOL BABU ,at that time.   Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word  "oh"   in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money   ,though he needed money very badly.

Hope so it vl help yo
Posted by akshayaparaajit...(student), on 6/3/13

nai da magga

Posted by Manthan Prasad(student), on 6/3/13

Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films. "JATARUS" was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see PATOL BABU ,at that time. Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word "oh" in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money ,though he needed money very badly.

 

if u have any more douts please mail me.happy reading

Posted by Manthan Prasad(student), on 6/3/13
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Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films. "JATARUS" was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see PATOL BABU ,at that time. Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word"oh" is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word "oh" as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word "oh" in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his small job but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money ,though he needed money very badly.

Posted by Ashi Jain(student), on 7/3/13
  • PATROL BABU :P =
    Patrol 
Posted by haneefuddin(student), on 8/3/13

he literally became.......the case of crime patrol :p :D

Posted by Priya Verma(student), on 8/3/13

patol babu nisikantobabu brother in law...actor needed money needed movie 

Posted by A(student), on 14/3/13

 Once when Nishikanto Babu came to the Patol Babu, he told him that his brother-in-law Naresh Dutt who works in film business told him that he needed one fiftyish, short, bald-headed one man for his film. And Nishikanto Babu suggested the name of Patol Babu. Actually, Patol Babu was in a great need of money. He had experienced to work in plays and films.   "JATARUS"   was one of the famous play of his time, people bought tickets specially to see PATOL BABU ,at that time.   Patol Babu was in a great demand. He lived in the KANCRAPARA and worked in the railway factorybut due to the war cost he lost his nine years old job. Then he tried many jobs he started variety shop but he failed then hw worked in a bengali film but he faced some problem with the director so he left that film then his cousin offered him to join SCRAP-IRON business, thus tremendus ups and down caome in his life. Patol Babu was also a faithful husbandwhen he was offered to work in a film by Naresh Dutt, he shared this good news with his wife and remembere his past glory of acting. He accepted the offer of Naresh Dutt, he has given the role of a PEDISTRIAN,. Next morning he had to rich at the FARADAY HOUSE, he was so much excited and his heart was trembling with happiness when he reached at the FARADAY HOUSE. But the problem was that he was not still given the lines of the dialogue. He asked about his lines of the dialogue to the Naresh Dutt. And Naresh Dutt told Sosanko and Jyoti to give the lines to the Patol Babu. Jyoti tore off a page and wrote something and give it to the Patol Babu. The word "oh"   is written on that page. Patol Babu became very sad to see his dialogue he was surprised to see that he has to just speak the word   "oh"   as the line of his dialogue. He could not decide weather he act or not, he went the nearest pan-shop and thinked about it. Then a faint memory was stirred up in Patol Babu 's mind. It was Mr. Pakrashi who said "Remember one thing Patol ,however small part you are offered never consider it beneath your dignity to accept it. As an artist your aim should be to make the most of your opportunity and squeeze the last drop of meaning out of your lines.Mr. Pakrashi was PotalBabu 's mentor,he was a woderful actor and a good person.And then Patol Babu decided to play the role of a pedestrian. He made rehearsals on his dialogue,and speak the word   "oh"   in different pitches high to low. And finally he perfomed and it was really good performance. Patol Babu left the place without taking money. He was very much satisfied with his performance.He would get fifteen to twenty rupees for his smal but he was satisfied so much with his perfection and dedication that he didn 't find any need to get money   ,though he needed money very badly.

 

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Posted by Mathew Sabu(student), on 19/3/13
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