|Produced by:||Indo- British Films, Calcutta|
|Language:||Bengali and Hindi intertitles|
|Color:||Black and white|
|Technical details:||4000 ft., Nitrate|
|Story, Screenplay, Direction:||Nitish C. Lahiry|
|Cast:||Dhirendranath Ganguly, Sushiladevi, Manmath Pal, Kunjalal Chakrabarty, Usharani Devi|
One of the earliest examples of broad, deliberate satire made in the mould of the Hollywood slapstick comedies of the time, ‘Bilet Pherat’ (1921) lampoons the trend of Indians travelling abroad (in those days, usually to Britain) for higher education in a slavish, hankering imitation of their colonial masters and returning to their native land only to criticise its customs and traditions, especially those of love and matrimony.