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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Bharat Gopy : True Companion of Parallel Cinema.....

Remembering Bharath Gopi on his 6th death anniversary
image credits - http://bharatgopy.com
'Motivation has always considered as a boon...', especially in case of Indian cinema. If we cast our eye on history, it points that our ancestors had taken inspiration from several world wide movements to evolve the parallel cinema. It also inscribe that, in India it was inspired by Italian Neorealism, you might ask that what would be the relevance here. Well we have, Malayali's own +Bharat Gopy  was one of them, who had saw the prospects of parallel cinema in Malayalam.

 On 29th January 2016, it past 8 years when he
left the arena of Malayalam cinema. Velayudhan Gopinathan Nair will always be remembered for his personage that he had breathed in his tenure.

 His mannerism had shown competency to surpass the elegance of realism. Bharath Gopi authored two books "Abhinayam Anubhavam" and "Nataka Niyogam" symbolizes his journey along the shores of drama and Indian cinema.

 His son Murali Gopy has dedicated a website on his father's name, which goes online on January 28, 2014. This website is keeping alive the memories and works of Bharat Gopy during his lifetime. 

 Still remembering his lorry driver character 'Shankarankutty' from the movie "Kodiyettam" directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan, refers that how inestimable he was, for the cinema lovers. 


                            Special video tribute courtesy - (bharatgopy.com)

 Find more about him on www.bharatgopy.com

 On his 8th death anniversary, we remember this genius named Bharat Gopy as true companion of parallel cinema.


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Published on Jan.30, 2015          updated on Jan.31, 2016

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