Sabhyasachi (1975)

 ●  Bengali ● Running Time: TBA

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Based on an epic novel, this patriotic saga delves into the twists and turns in the life of a fearless freedom fighter, Sabyasachi as he inspires the group of revolutionaries to launch an armed attack against the British as part of a 'freedom or death' movement led by him. This fast-paced thriller delves into the adventures and exploits of Sabyasachi as he continually foxes and outsmarts the British Raj. Suave and savvy, he is able to speak in any language and is a master of disguise. In a bold and courageous move, Sabyasachi and his group called the 'Pather Dabi' decide to launch the final attack on the British Raj from outside India. They take immense risks to procure weapons from Germany and for this task Sabyasachi takes on the dangerous mission of flying to Burma to arrange the final assault. Will he succeed in this tremendously difficult mission?

Crew: Piyush Bose (Director)

Genres: Action, Drama, History, Thriller

Release Dates: 01 Jan 1975 (India)

Bengali Name: সভ্যাসাচি

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Did you know? Sabyasachi is a very well known character and protagonist of a famous Bengali novel called 'Pather Dabi', an epic novel of famous Sarat Chandra Chattapadhyay. Set against the backdrop of Indian freedom struggle, this story shows the courage, determination and commitment of Indian revolutionaries who were willing to sacrifice their lives to make India Independent from the tyranny of the British Raj. Read More
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Sabyasachi is a very well known character and protagonist of a famous Bengali novel called 'Pather Dabi', an epic novel of famous Sarat Chandra Chattapadhyay. Set against the backdrop of Indian freedom struggle, this story shows the courage, determination and commitment of Indian revolutionaries who were willing to sacrifice their lives to make India Independent from the tyranny of the British Raj.