কাডু (১৯৭৩-এর কন্নড় চলচ্চিত্র): সংশোধিত সংস্করণের মধ্যে পার্থক্য

 
The film was Karnad's first venture as an independent director.{{efn|He co-directed his debut film ''[[Vamsha Vriksha]]'' alongside [[B. V. Karanth]].{{Sfn|Rajadhyaksha|Willemen|2014|p=411}}}} Amrish Puri, a regular face in [[Shyam Benegal]]'s films was chosen to play the main lead. The cinematography was handled by [[Govind Nihalani]],<ref>{{cite news|last=Moudgi|first=Reema|title=Nihalani Returns to Bengaluru With a Rich Cache of Memories|url=http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/bengaluru/2014/nov/10/Nihalani-Returns-to-Bengaluru-With-a-Rich-Cache-of-Memories-680668.html|work=[[The New Indian Express]]|date=10 November 2014|accessdate=4 October 2016}}</ref> who was also associated with Benegal.{{Sfn|Rajadhyaksha|Willemen|2014|p=418}} [[B. V. Karanth]] composed the film score and was in charge of art direction.<ref name="dff" /> [[T. S. Nagabharana]], who would later go on to become an independent filmmaker, worked as a costume designer and assisted Karnad in the film.{{Sfn|Rajadhyaksha|Willemen|2014|p=418}}
 
==Legacy==
''Kaadu'' is regarded as one of the earliest [[Parallel Cinema]] in the Kannada film industry. Ashish Rajadhyaksha and Paul Willemen in their book, ''Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema'', noted that Karnad's ''Kaadu'' and Benegal's ''[[Ankur (film)|Ankur]]'' placed both filmmakers "squarely within New Indian Cinema's ruralism".{{Sfn|Rajadhyaksha|Willemen|2014|p=122}}
 
[[Kamal Haasan]] called it one of his favourite films and said this film served as inspiration for his film ''[[Thevar Magan]]'' (1992).<ref name="hindustantimes.com"/>
 
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