SARBANASHER EK RAAT (A Night of Massacre) He wants to change the system. He wants to rebel against the so-called tyrants. Having a wish to go to a big city to earn a better livelihood Damu the protagonist is anxious for his family at the day break and endangers everyone’s life including his own at the nightfall. Who will survive and who not?
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|Binding Type||Perfect Binding (Soft cover)|
|Interior Color||Full black and white interior|
SARBANASHER EK RAAT (A Night of Massacre)
He wants to change the system. He wants to rebel against the so-called tyrants. He is upset today for his love, for his paralyzed sick father, his harsh speaking loving mother and highly tolerant young widowed elder sister. Concerned for all and for himself having a wish to go to a big city to earn a better livelihood Damu the protagonist is anxious at the day break and endangers everyone’s life including his own at the nightfall.
Who will survive and who not?
Written in a very lucid style the flow of events of a single day of Damu, that leads to a massacre at the end will surely touch the hearts of the readers enjoying the whole of this novel right from the start to the end all at a stretch.
Having been associated with writing for about more than twenty five years A.R.Sarkar has written many stories and screenplays for feature films. Over the years he has also provided translation services for various fictions and non-fictions. His educational background in literature, excellent command of language, lucid style, mastery of words and his experience in film writing has given him a broad-based skill, from which to approach many a topic. Starting his professional career in 1987 writing screenplay of Bengali feature film Sangharsha he continued till 1999 when he wrote and directed a Hindi feature film Aasakti. Then after a long suffering that'd followed his father's death in 2004, he started his career anew with his screenplay of ‘Ego - That Differs’ in March, 2010 based on the short story 'Postmaster' by Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize winner for literature in 1913, which won awards in the categories of Best Film, Best Direction, Best Screenplay and Best Production.
Now he has taken another step forward in the world of writing with this promising and thrilling novel “SARBANASHER EK RAAT” (A night of Massacre) which is based on a true story of just one day.
More about his work at www.arsarkar.com
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