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Charulata - The Lonely Wife (1964)

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Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:January 1, 1964
Running time:118 minutes
Cast:Madhabi Mukherjee, Soumitra Chatterjee, Shailen Mukherjee, Shyamal Ghoshal, Gitali Roy
Director:Satyajit Ray
Writer:Satyajit Ray, Rabindranath Tagore
Distributor:Amanda Films Ltd

Description: Charu lives a lonely and idle life in 1870s India, while her husband devotes more time to his newspaper than to their marriage. However, he sees her loneliness and asks his brother-in-law, Amal, to keep her company. After several months, Charu and Amal's feelings for each other evolve into something more than friendship.

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