Mamata pays glowing tribute to Satyajit Ray on his centenary birth anniversary

Last Modified Sunday, 2 May 2021 (13:47 IST)
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister on Sunday paid a glowing tribute to Oscar winner filmmaker on his centenary birth anniversary.

The celebrated movie maker Satyajit Ray was born on this day in this city in 1921 and died on April 23, 1992.
 
He was awarded an Oscar for his life-time achievement in the movie making, especially Bengali cinemas.
 
Satyajit Ray was not only an Indian film director, he was scriptwriter, documentary filmmaker, author, lyricist, magazine editor, illustrator, calligrapher, and music composer.
 
“Maharaja Tomare Selam,” chief minister Ms Banejee said while paying tribute to the celebrated movie maker.
 
“Tribute to Satyajit Ray, legendary filmmaker, writer, composer, lyricist, illustrator, on his birth centenary. He is not only the pride of Bengal but also India & the whole world. He is an inspiration to people around the globe,” said Ms Banerjee. (UNI)
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