Jaise Ko Taisa (Tit For Tat)

Director: Madhav Kunte
Hindi/1965/Colour/11mins

Synopsis:

In a jungle a fox and a stork are friends. Once the fox invites the stork for lunch, but offers food in a flat plate from which the stork cannot eat. The stork decides to avenge his insult. He invites the fox for lunch the next day and places food in a high narrow necked vessel. The fox goes away hungry and the stork has his revenge.

 

Director’s Biography: Madhav Kunte
Writer, producer, director and animator Madhav Kunte is an animation pioneer making over fifteen films with many winning major awards. Besides this, he is also a pioneer in the field of cinema equipment engineering, designing and developing a range of highly specialized, indigenously manufactured film equipments such as 35mm animation camera and stand, 16mm optical printer with bipack and 35mm special effect projection head:35mm and 16mm flat bed film editing machine (similar to Steinbeck) of which about fifty are in use in the Indian film industry: and video transfer and picture to U-matic video tape recoding

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