SSLC 10th English Project Tiger Chapter1 Unit 2 Notes

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SSLC 10th English Project Tiger Chapter1 Unit 2 Notes

Kerala Syllabus SSLC 10th standard English chapter 1  Project Tiger (Memoir) notes pdf download. Learn 10th class SSLC SCERT syllabus English chapter1 of Unit 2 notes in pdf format. Project Tiger is a memoir of the famous filmmaker Sathyajith ray. He is considered one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. In this memoir, he tells us how he managed to shoot leopard scenes in his film ‘Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne’. He had to face many difficulties in order to shoot it. When he arrived in Culcutta he noticed that the scenes were not so good. He had to shoot the same scenes again. Once again, you face a similar challenge. He finally managed to grab a gun.

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Board SCERT, Kerala
Text Book SCERT Based
Class SSLC 
Subject English Notes
Chapter Unit 2 - Chapter 1
Chapter Name Project Tiger (Memoir)
Category Kerala SSLC


Kerala Syllabus SSLC Class 10 English Notes Unit - 2 Chapter 1 Project Tiger (Memoir)

Chapter 1 Project Tiger (Memoir)

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Satyajit Ray is an Indian Bengali filmmaker and widely regarded as one of the most greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. Born in Calcutta to a well-known Bengali family in the world of art and literature, Ray began his career as a commercial artist. He was drawn to filmmaking after meeting French filmmaker Jean Renoir and watching Vittorio De Sica's Italian film nealealist Bicycle Thieves (1948) during a visit to London. Ray has directed 36 films, including feature films, documentaries and shorts. He is also a storyteller, publisher, illustrator, music composer, music composer, graphic designer and film critic. She has written short stories and several novels, especially for children and teenagers. Feluda, an expert, and Professor Shonku, a science fiction novelist, are famous characters in his mythology. He was awarded honorary degrees by Oxford University. Ray's first film, Pather Panchali (1955), won eleven international awards, including the first Best Human Document Award at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival. The film, along with Aparajito (1956), and Apur Sansar (1959) produced the Apu Trilogy. Ray made the script, acted out, scored points, and edited, and designed his own credit articles and advertising materials. Ray has won numerous major awards for his work, including 32 Indian National Film Awards, Golden Lion, Golden Bear, 2 Silver Bears, a number of additional awards at international film festivals and awards ceremonies, and the Academy Honorary Award in 1992. The Indian government honored him with the Bharat Ratna, its largest human prize, in 1992.
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Kerala SSLC English Summary Project Tiger (Memoir)

According to Satyajith Ray, no one can compete with Hollywood when it comes to making animal films. Ray recalls various films from his boyhood, including Rin-tin-tin, an Alsatian dog, and Lassie, a Collie dog. These dogs were well-known animal celebrities, and their acting was superior to that of humans. The money they made was comparable to that of a real ti Im-star. He discovered that animal actors in Hollywood were treated with great respect. When the lights are set up in the studio, it is typical for the performers to be there. In the case of well-known celebrities, this task is performed by stand-ins. When he witnessed a film being shot in the Disney Studio twenty years ago, he noted that the animal performers, like the human stars, had stand-ins. 
It's not easy to train ravens and get them to perform in a movie. However, in Hollywood, even this was conceivable; for example, hundreds of trained ravens and other birds were employed in Alfred Hitchcock's film "Birds." In Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta, too, many films have been filmed using trained elephants, dogs, and horses. Ray claims that if one is patient enough, trained animals can provide good performances, Working with a tiger, on the other hand, is no easy undertaking, and Ray had to do just that when he made his film Goopy Gyne Bagha Bync. A sequence in the film Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne depicts the heroes Goopy and Bagha encountering a tiger in a forest and freezing in terror. Ray intended to hire a trained tiger for this sequence. 
From the Bharat Circus Company, he obtained a trained tiger and its trainer, Mr. Thorat. Mr. Thorat and his crew arrived with two tigers in a bamboo forest near the village of Notun Gram, where they planned to film the sequence. They wore a tiger-skin collar around the tiger's neck and tied one around the tiger's neck. They connected one end of a thin but strong wire to the tiger's collar and the other end to an iron rod anchored to the ground. Mr. Thorath flung open the cage door and beckoned the tiger out. The tiger jumped out of the cage and charged at the audience with ferocity. Everyone was taken aback by the tiger's surprising behaviour. Mr. Thorat, the trainer, was unable to manage it, but it eventually calmed down. 
They took the requisite photographs, but later discovered that the camera had malfunctioned and that the images were too dark. All of their efforts were in vain, since the first attempt at shooting was unsuccessful. They needed to shoot the target. They had to reshoot the scenes, and this time they went to Boral village to find another bamboo forest. The tiger charged at the audience there as well, but quickly calmed down. Ray and his men fired all of the necessary shots. This time, the camera performed admirably, and all of the images were flawless!

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