i doubt i would be wrong in saying that after ritwik ghatak, it is kk mahajan's work that has left an overwhelming impact on the students from the film institute. renu saluja and kk mahajan were the two most regular visitors to the campus, they would get as involved with the students on campus as they would with the workshop they were conducting. it was a privilege to peep into their conversations with the cinematography/editing students. and then to lurk on the road outside the studio, or the mess for a longer, more extended conversation.
i spent most of yesterday trying to find stills from his films, and there was little i found. very very little. just goes to show that it is only an illusion that the intenet is a mine of information and material.
his filmography and this does not include his non fiction work. bhuvantarana being the most stunning of his non-fiction work.
from bhuvan shome: