Seemabaddha Bengali Shimabddho English title Company Limited is a 1971 film directed by Satyajit Ray. It is based on the novel Seemabaddha by Mani Shankar Mukherjee. It stars Barun Chanda, Harindranath Chattopadhyay, and Sharmila Tagore in lead roles. The film was the second entry in Rays Calcutta trilogy, which included Pratidwandi The Adversary 1970 and Jana Aranya The Middleman 1976. The films deal with the rapid modernization of Calcutta, rising corporate culture and greed, and the futility of the rat race.

His sisterinlaw, Tutul Sharmila Tagore, arrives from Patna to stay with them for a few days. She is given a tour of the life they lead and the many upscale spaces they inhabitthe restaurants, the beauty parlours, clubs and race courses. Tutul, whose father Shyamal had once been a student under, greatly admires him and his idealism. Secretly she is envious of her sisters marriage with him.Life goes on smoothly for Shyamal until he learns that a consignment of fans meant for export is defective just before the shipment of a prestigious order. The problem is that the fans were painted with a flaw. The company is under a contract requiring the shipment be delivered on time. There is a clause permitting delay in case of civil disturbance. To escape blame Shyamal hatches a plan with the labour officer to provoke a strike at the factory. A factory watchman is badly injured, a false riot is organised, and a lockout declared. The delay caused by the strike and riot are used by the company to allow strikebreakers to make needed repairs. ........

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