ANSWER:- Patol babu had to give up acting because in 1943,during the Second World War,he lost his nine-year-old job. He had struggled too much to earn a livelihood. He thought that he could never do acting again in his entire life.
Why did Patol Babu walk away before he could be paid for his role in the film do you agree with his decision why why not?
Answer: Patol Babu was satisfied at the fact that he did full justice to his role. For him, getting a role and playing it to its true potential was more important than earning money from the role. Hence, he left before he could be paid for the role.
Why did Patol Babu leave the set without receiving payment?
He felt that his Guru Gagan Pakrashi would be happy with his small but wonderful performance. To him stage contentment and not payment mattered. So he left the place without taking his payment. This incident tells us that he did his work with sincerity honesty devotion and dedication.
Did Patol Babu miss his acting days?
Answer: Yes, he did. Patol Babu could still remember lines from some of the roles he had played in the past.
How did Patol Babu convince himself for the role?
Patol Babu was informed that the part he was given in the movie was a speaking part. He had been enquiring with them makers of the film to give him his dialogue to enable him prepare for the shot. The exclamation, “Oh!” written on the paper, his dialogue, made him extremely dejected.
What were the special touches that Patol Babu gave to his role to make it more authentic?
What were the special touches that Patol Babu gave to his role to make it more authentic? He rehearsed well before the scene. He practiced how his features would be twisted, how he would fling out his arm, how his body would show pain and surprise.
What does the incident tell us about Patol Babu?
(a) Patol babu had gone to the place where shooting had to be recorded. … (d) The incident tells us about Patol Babu that he was not greedy about money. He cannot wait to be paid because he thinks that whatever he did there is priceless.
Was Patol Babu a mentor?
Gogon Pakrashi was Patol Babu’s mentor.
Where does the hope reside?
Hope dwells in the human soul but is encountered in wild, alien places. It is part of the self but is independent of it, is free of human control.
What is the role of Patol Babu?
Patol Babu, a 52-year-old man who got an offer to play a very short role as a pedestrian in a film. In his scene film superstar, Chanchal Kumar was to run into him while rushing to his office. But when he reached the place of the shooting scene, he was disappointed to know about the shortness of his scene.
Why did Patol babu want to know what his dialogue would be?
b)Patol Babu was a perfectionist. For him his role was more important than the opportunity. He was curious to know what his dialogues were so that he could rehearse his dialogues. As a theater artist, he used to practice his dialogues many a time for a perfect delivery.
Who is Baren Mullick?
Answer: he is a director who had had 3 smash hits in a row directs the film in which patol babu acts …
Who came to meet Patol Babu early in the morning what was the purpose of his arrival?
One early morning Nishikanto Babu, one of Patol Babu’s neighbours approached him to ask him if he would like to work in a movie that is being produced by his brother-in-law who was in the film business.
What kind of values are being upheld by Patol Babu?
- we should never underestimate our job. …
- the immence satisfaction that we get after performing our job to the best is eual to nothing..not any payment of money can be equable to it.
- however small a part u are offered never considered it beneth your diginity is to assept it.
How does Patol Babu react when he knows that he has only one word to speak?
Ans: Patol babu has all these thoughts as soon as he gets the dialogue from Jyoti. It is a single exclamatory word ‘Oh! ‘. He feels upset and displeased at this dialogue.
How much money was Patol Babu promised for his role in the film?
Answer: Although Patol Babu needed the money, he felt that, the small amount of ten or twenty rupees that they gave him would never measure up to the immense satisfaction he had received by performing the small role with such perfection and dedication. He was a true actor who had a high self esteem.