Deepak

Director: Harsukh Bhatt
Hindi/1966/B&W/67mins

span class=”ChapBold spanCatContent”>Synopsis:

Deepak is a sensitive, intelligent young boy. His father, a school teacher, quits his job due to ill health and returns to his village. The family tries to manage frugally. Deepak remembers a rocking chair his father was fond of. His well-off friend Ashok, has a lovely rocking chair which he offers to Deepak, but he refuses. Even as he cares for his family, the proud and self-reliant Deepak dreams of getting his father the rocking chair. But can he? Meanwhile his father’s condition worsens and he is in need of better medical care that the family’s current fortunes cannot allow. How will Deepak manage it?

 

Director’s Biography: Harsukh Bhatt
Brother of a doyen of Indian cinema, Vijay Bhatt, Harsukh Bhatt was a graduate in English Literature. He began in cinema by assisting his brother Vijay in directing many successful films like ‘Ram Baan’ and ‘Baiju Bawra’. Later he branched out on his own and wrote and directed films. He also made many documentaries and short films

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