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Shantaram as a cool, easy going and sober actor, even in the most difficult scenes of dealing with the convicts. Dear Sanjit Narwekar, Thanks a lot for visiting and sharing your valuable comment.
No doubt his outstanding treatment of the offbeat subject makes "Do Aankhen Barah Haath" one of the most praised movie of the Hindi Film Industry till date. Music By Vasant Desai Click here for more on how V. This is the most likely movie i have seen in my life and i realy got inspired by this movie and after this experience i have seen other movies of the same director like Navrang and Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje. (2) There are only six convicts and not 12 as you say. However regarding your observations : (1) Though it is mentioned in the film's titles too (that I have included in the write-up now), It will be great if you can give me some book reference or link about that real life story as I would love to read that. (3) As per IMDB and other sites too it won Silver Bear and was nominated for Golden Bear.
The award (and Dr Shantaram's other awards) is on display at the Rajkamal Studios. Don't rely too heavily on imdb (or for that matter the Internet) which is full of incorrect information on Indian cinema.Taking much useful inspiration from this Shantaram Classic, famous Indian directors, Ramesh Sippy & Subhash Ghai later reused the concept for their own hit movies “SHOLAY" & "KARMA” respectively, featuring many new twists and turns, wherein SHOLAY had 2 & KARMA had 3 convicts instead of 6 as seen in the original. I have heard of this film two years before i watched it and when i first watched it in program v.shantaram film festival, i was completely mesmerised at the theme,story,acting and presentation along with remarkable music and songs.i have a little knowledge about v.shantaram before watching this film but after i had watched the film i searched every possible piece of information about the legendery filmmaker who was the great v.shantaram.i considered him as one of the best genius filmmakers india has ever produced. (1) The film was inspired by a true incident which had happened in the Princely State of Aundh (on the outskirts of Pune) which was written up by G. hence the Barah Haath (12 Hands -- two per convict). (3) The film won the Golden Bear at Berlin -- only Indian film to do so. And several other films have also won Silver bear at Berlin since then.In short, students of media world and film-making should ideally watch all these films together to understand how a director can use his own personal vision to come up with a completely different and entertaining movie on an otherwise similar and inspired theme having the same basic framework. But if this info is wrong then pls do give me some reference to follow. (1) The fact that the film is based on a real life story is mentioned in the first two title cards of the film in English and Hindi.In fact, Hollywood also came out with a similar classic in 1967 with the title “The Dirty Dozen".But here again the convicts are being trained into becoming military men for a specific reason as per its storyplot.