Tapan Sinha – Khudito Pashan AKA The Hungry Stones (1960)

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SYNOPSIS

From IMDb:
The film is adapted from a story called Hungry Stones by Rabindranath Tagore. A tax collector posted to a small town puts up at a mansion feared by the locals because it is haunted. As time passes he grows more consumed by the mansion and its air of romance, and the spirits that haunt it, especially a beautiful woman.

From the back of the case:
A Tax collector, who is inclined to the works of Ancient art and culture, came to a rural city for his job. But he chooses to live in a haunted house. Another Bengali person from the local village and his colleagues actually informed him about the danger of living in that fort. But the person is basically fascinated by that piece of ancient work. At night he started to meet a dancer and developed a relationship with her. Slowly they beginning to wait for each other and thus they entered in to a relationship. But he then slowly realizes that this is a supernatural phenomenon and that girl is nothing but a ghost. So he tries to stay away from the fort but he cannot resist it.

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Language:Bengali, Hindi, English
Subtitles:English (burnt-in)

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  • anybody

    fixed.