Writing The Century - Letters From A Young Indian Revolutionary [15md]

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Set in 1930s Calcutta, the true story of writer Tanika Gupta's great uncle Dinesh Gupta.

Writing the Century explores the 20th century through the diaries and correspondence of real people.

Set in 1930's Calcutta 'Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary' is the true story of Tanika Gupta's great uncle Dinesh Gupta and his resistance to British Colonial rule based on the letters he wrote while imprisoned in Alipore Jail and his brother Pritish Gupta's journals.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Unbeknown to his family, Dinesh has decided to embark on a violent course of action.

Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary by Tanika Gupta

Set in 1930's Calcutta and based on letters and diary entries this is the true story of Tanika Gupta's great uncle Dinesh Gupta and his resistance to British Colonial rule.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Following the attack on the Writers' Building, Dinesh Gupta is incarcerated.

Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary by Tanika Gupta part of Writing the Century: a drama series exploring the 20th century through the diaries and correspondence of real people.

Set in 1930's Calcutta and based on letters and diary entries this is the true story of Tanika Gupta's great uncle Dinesh Gupta and his resistance to British Colonial rule.

Following the attack on the Writers' Building, Dinesh Gupta is incarcerated in a brutal prison regime awaiting trial.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

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Young revolutionary Dinesh awaits execution, while his family hope for a chance to appeal.

Tanika Gupta's Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary set in 1930's Calcutta is part of Writing the Century: a drama series exploring the 20th century through the diaries and correspondence of real people.

Young Indian Revolutionary Dinesh Gupta awaits execution while his family hope for a chance to appeal..

Directed by Nadia Molinari

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Indian revolutionary Dinesh Gupta faces execution.

Calcutta 1931. Dinesh Gupta is in Alipore Jail sentenced to execution by hanging following his attack on the British Colonial Office Writers' Building where he shot a British officer dead. His family and Gandhi have appealed but will they succeed?

Concluding episode of Tanika Gupta's Letters from a Young Indian Revolutionary part of Writing the Century our drama series exploring the 20th century through the diaries and correspondence of real people.

Directed by Nadia Molinari.