No where there was a single electric pole proving the presence of electric supply in Ramgarh village....then how there should be a water tank without any electric supply...? wasn't that a directional error....?
There is one more short scene, which is not often discussed. In that scene, Thakur invites Jaya Bhaduri\'s father at home. He not only expresses his wish to marry her to Amitabh but also convinces and assures her father despite the fact that widow marriage is unacceptable by society in those days.
This scene also shows a responsible, sensible and kind attitude of a father-in-law towards his daughter-in-law which used to be quite rare in those days.
Amitabh’sPyre Is Burning And The Camera Shifts Towards The Thakur’s Mansion ShowingJayaBachchan Standing Near The Window Looking At It For A While & Then Closing It Forever Brought A Lump In The Throat.
(Seriously, It Still Brings Tears In My Eyes. SOB ! SNIFF !! )
by LeLePyaarLe on Aug 11, 2015 12:03 PM
If you think over it, you will find that scene meaningful.
Did anybody notice? Before Jaya closes the window, you can see that the window to her right already closed to signify that Amitabh is a closed chapter in her life and then she herself closes the other window on her to signify that she too is another closed chapter.