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The Goddess


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1/5. Doya is married to Uma, the son of a rich landowner, who is a religious man, but when Uma goes to study in Calcutta, her father-in-law's religious fervour takes an extraordinary turn. Set in 19th-century India, this adaptation by Lolita Chakrabarti of Prabhat Kumar
Mukherjee's novel, is based on the film Dew by Satyajit Ray.
Music by Dipankar Desarkar , Dr Ananda Gupta , Pt Biplab Mondal , Mohammed Oudubuddin and Srikandh Subramanian
Director/Producer Chris Wallis Repeated from 10.45am


Unknown: Lolita Chakrabarti
Unknown: Prabhat Kumar
Unknown: Satyajit Ray.
Music By: Dipankar Desarkar
Music By: Dr Ananda Gupta
Music By: Pt Biplab Mondal
Music By: Mohammed Oudubuddin
Music By: Srikandh Subramanian
Old Horosundari: Shelley King
Young Horosundari: Sudha Bhuchar
Father-in-law: Nadim Sawalha
Uma: Rohan Siva
Doya: Perveen Hussein
Taraprasad: Paul Bhattacharjee
Raju: Ravin J Ganatra
Biren: Bhasker Patel
Doctor: Badi Uzzaman
Meena: Lolita Chakrabarti
Khokha: Samar Mahmud

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