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Khwaja Ahmad Abbas / K. A. Abbas
filmski režiser, scenarist, književnik, novinar
Biografske informacije
Rođenje Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
7. jun 1914. (1914-06-07) (dob: 105)
Panipat, provincija Punjab, Britanska Indija
(danas u državi Haryana, Indija)
Smrt 1. jun 1987. (dob: 72)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, Indija
Profesionalne informacije
Zanimanje filmski režiser, scenarist, književnik, novinar
Opus
Djelatni period 1935–1987
Znamenita djela

Khwaja Ahmad Abbas (Urdu/Punjabi: خواجہ احمد عباس ; hindi: ख़्वाजा अहमद अब्बास) (7. jun 1914 – 1. jun 1987), poznatiji kao K. A. Abbas, bio je indijski književnik, novinar, filmski režiser, scenarist i producent, poznat kao jedan od začetnika pokreta tzv. "paralelne kinematografije" (Parallel Cinema) kojim se u indijski film nastojali uvesti elementi realizma i socijalne angažiranosti.

Filmografija[uredi - уреди | uredi izvor]

  • Naya Sansar (1941) – scenario, sinopsis
  • Neecha Nagar (1946) – scenario
  • Dharti Ke Lal (1946) – scenario, režija, producent
  • Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani (1946) – scenario, sinopsis
  • Aaj Aur Kal (1947) – režija
  • Awara (1951) – scenario, dijalozi
  • Anhonee (1952) – scenario, dijalozi, sinopsis, režija, rpoducent
  • Rahi 1953 – režija
  • Munna (1954) – scenario, režija, producent
  • Shree 420 (1955) – scenario, dijalozi, sinopsis
  • Jagte Raho (1956) – scenario
  • Pardesi (1957)– scenario, režija
  • Char Dil Char Rahen (1959) – scenario, dijalozi, režija
  • Eid Mubarak (1960) Documentary / Short – režija
  • Gir Game Sanctuary (1961) Documentary – režija
  • Flight to Assam (1961) – režija
  • Gyara Hazar Ladkian (1962) – režija
  • Teen Gharaney (1963) – režija
  • Shehar Aur Sapna (1964) – režija, scenario
  • Hamara Ghar (1964) – režija
  • Tomorrow Shall Be Better (1965) dokumnetarni[1] – režija
  • Aasman Mahal (1965) – režija
  • Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein (1967) - Writer, režija, producent [2]
  • Dharti Ki Pukaar (1967) Short Film – režija
  • Chaar Shaher Ek Kahani (1968) Documentary – režija
  • Saat Hindustani (1969) – režija, producent
  • Mera Naam Joker (1970) – scenario, sinopsis
  • Do Boond Pani (1971) – režija [3]
  • Bharat Darshan (1972) Documentary – režija
  • Luv Kush (1972) kratki – režija[4]
  • Bobby (1973) – scenario, sinopsis
  • Kal Ki Baat (1973) kratjki – režija
  • Achanak (1973) – scenario
  • Juhu (1973) (TV) – režija
  • Faslah (1974) – režija, producent
  • Papa Miya of Aligarh (1975) dokumentarni – režija
  • Phir Bolo Aaye Sant Kabir (1976) dokumentarni – režija
  • Dr. Iqbal (1978) - dokumentarni – režija
  • The Naxalites (1980) – scenario, režija
  • Hindustan Hamara (1983) kratki dokumentarni – režija
  • Love in Goa (1983) – scenario
  • Nanga Fakir (1984) (TV) – režija
  • Ek Aadmi (1988) – režija
  • Akanksha (1989) (TV) – dijalozi, scenario
  • Henna (1991) – sinopsis

Bibliogragija[uredi - уреди | uredi izvor]

  • Outside India: The Adventures of a Roving Reporter, Hali Pub. House, Delhi, 1939.
  • An Indian looks at America (The Rampart library of good reading), 1943.
  • An Indian looks at America, Thacker, Bombay, 1943.
  • Tomorrow is ours! A novel of the India of Today; Bombay, Popular Book Depot, 1943.
  • "Let India fight for freedom", Bombay, Sound magazine (Publication dept.), 1943.
  • Defeat for death: A story without names, Padmaja Publications 1944.
  • "...and One Did Not Come Back!", Sound magazine, 1944
  • A report to Gandhiji: A survey of Indian and world events during the 21 months of Gandhiji's incarceration, 1944
  • Invitation to Immortality: a one-act play, Bombay: Padma Pub., 1944.
  • Not all Lies. Delhi: Rajkamal Pub., 1945.
  • Blood and stones and other stories. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947
  • Rice and other stories, Kutub, 1947
  • Kashmir fights for freedom, 1948
  • I Write as I Feel, Hind Kitabs, Bombay, 1948
  • Cages of freedom and other stories, Bombay, Hind Kitabs Ltd., 1952.
  • China can make it: Eye-witness account of the amazing industrial progress in new China, 1952.
  • In the Image of Mao Tse-Tung, Peoples Publishing House, 1953
  • INQILAB. First Great Novel of the Indian Revolution, Jaico Publishing House, 1958
  • Face To Face with Khrushchov, Rajpal & Sons, 1960
  • Till We Reach the Stars. The Story of Yuri Gagarin, Asia Pub. House, 1961
  • The Black sun and Other stories, Jaico Publishing House, 1963.
  • Raat ki bahon mein, Hindi, Radhakr̥ishṇa Prakashan, 1965.
  • Indira Gandhi; return of the red rose, Hind Pocket Books, New Delhi, 1966.
  • Divided heart, Paradise Publications, 1968
  • When Night Falls, 1968.
  • Chabili, Hindi, Allahabad, Mitra Prakashan, 1968.
  • The most beautiful woman in the world, Paradise Publications, 1968
  • Salma aur Samundar, Urdu/Hindi, New Delhi, Komala Pocket Books, 1969.
  • Mera Naam Joker, 1970
  • Maria, Delhi, Hind Pocket Books, 1971.
  • Teen Pahiye, Urdu/Hindi, Delhi, Rajpal & Sons, 1971.
  • Bobby, Urdu/Hindi, 1973
  • Boy meets Girl, Sterling Publishers, 1973
  • That Woman: Her Seven Years in Power; New Delhi, Indian Book Co., 1973
  • Jawaharlal Nehru: Portrait of an integrated Indian; New Delhi, NCERT, 1974.
  • Fasilah", Urud/Hindi, Hind Pocket Books, Delhi, 1974
  • Distant dream, New Delhi, Sterling Pub., 1975.
  • The walls of glass: A novel, 1977
  • Barrister-at-law: A play about the early life of Mahatma Gandhi, New Delhi, Orient Paperbacks, 1977.
  • Men and women: Specially selected long and short stories, 1977
  • Mad, mad, mad world of Indian films, 1977
  • I Am not an Island: An Experiment in Autobiography, New Delhi, 1977.
  • Four Friends, Arnold-Heinemann, New Delhi, 1977.
  • 20 March 1977: a day like any other day, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 1978.
  • Janata in a jam?, 1978.
  • The Naxalites, Lok Publications, 1979.
  • Bread, beauty, and revolution: being a chronological selection from the Last pages, 1947 to 1981, Marwah Publications, New Delhi, 1982.
  • Nili Sari aur Doosri Kahaniyan̲, Urdu, Maktabah-e-Jamia, New Delhi, 1982.
  • The gun and other stories, Arnold-Heinemann, New Delhi, 1985.
  • The Thirteenth Victim, Amar Prakashan, 1986.
  • The World Is My Village: A Novel With An Index, Ajanta, 1984. ISBN 978-81-202-0104-0
  • Bombay My Bombay: A Love Story of the City, Ajanta Publications/Ajanta Books International, 1987. ISBN 978-81-202-0174-3
  • Indira Gandhi: The Last Post; Bombay, Ramdas G. Bhatkal, 1989
  • Defeat for death: a story without names. Baroda: Padmaja Pub., 1994
  • How Films Are Made, National Book Trust, 1999, ISBN 978-81-237-1103-4
  • Soney Chandi ke Butt, Urdu, Alhamra, 2001, ISBN 978-969-516-074-9
  • Khwaja Ahmad Abbas; Vasant Sāthe; Suhail Akhtar (2010). The Dialogue of Awaara: Raj Kapoor's Immortal Classic. Vijay Jani, Nasreen Munni Kabir. Niyogi Books. ISBN 978-81-89738-54-9. https://books.google.com/books?id=ln3LSAAACAAJ. 

For detailed listing :[5][6]

Izvori[uredi - уреди | uredi izvor]

  1. "Tomorrow Shall Be Better". Alan Goble. http://www.citwf.com/film354209.htm. pristupljeno 25 February 2015. 
  2. "Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein (1968)". The Hindu. April 8, 2012. Pristupljeno May 2, 2013. 
  3. Ashish Rajadhyaksha; Paul Willemen; Professor of Critical Studies Paul Willemen (10 July 2014). Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. Routledge. str. 69–. ISBN 978-1-135-94318-9. https://books.google.com/books?id=SLkABAAAQBAJ&pg=PT69. pristupljeno 4. III 2015. 
  4. "Khwaja Mohammed Abbas". K. A. Abbas Memorial Trust. http://www.abbaska.com/filmography/lav-kush. pristupljeno 3 March 2015. 
  5. Results for 'au:Khwaja Ahmad Abbas' > 'Khwaja Ahmad Abbas' [WorldCat.org],
  6. South Asian literature in English, Pre-independence era Archived 15 June 2009 at WebCite

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