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Bengali Audiences Return To Theatres As 'Aparajito', 'Belashuru' Register Record Collection

Bengali Audiences Return To Theatres As 'Aparajito', 'Belashuru' Register Record Collection

Bengali cinema is once again rising up to have filled theatres with a few recent releases doing well in the region. Filmmaker Anik Dutta's 'Aparajito' and late actor Soumitra Chatterjee-starrer 'Bela Shuru' registered record box office collections.

26 May 2022
Swastika Mukherjee: People Weren't Convinced I Could Play Negative Roles

Swastika Mukherjee: People Weren't Convinced I Could Play Negative Roles

Popular Bengali actress Swastika Mukherjee is slowly becoming a big name in the Hindi OTT space. The actress, who has come up with ‘Escaype Live’, speaks...

24 May 2022

Anik Dutta's Film ‘Aparajito’ On Satyajit Ray Finds No Show In Two West Bengal Government-Run Theatres

'Aparajito’, which recently received acclaim at a Mumbai film festival, traces filmmaker Satyajit Ray's journey during the making of his cult classic film...

Timeless Tagore: India’s most Prominent Global Brand Ambassador

Timeless Tagore: India’s most Prominent Global Brand Ambassador

The country celebrated the 161st birth anniversary of 'Kabiguru' Rabindranath Tagore, Indian icon and the first non-European Nobel laureate on May 7. His...

14 May 2022

National Film Award-Winning Director Amartya Bhattacharyya Making A Film On Odisha’s Cyclone Fani

Filmmaker Amartya Bhattacharyya, who won a National Film Award in 2016 for his fantasy documentary 'Benaras -- The Unexplored Attachments' is ready with...

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27 March 2022
Calligraphy Of Anik Dutta's 'Aparajito' Released

Calligraphy Of Anik Dutta's 'Aparajito' Released

"There is the imagery of Durga and Apu in the first letter and that of Mitchell camera, used by Ray, in the second. A steam engine train, synonymous with an...


28 February 2022
Awaara Maseeha: Who Is Bollywood’s Favourite Writer?

Awaara Maseeha: Who Is Bollywood’s Favourite Writer?

Part 19 of 'Sands of Time' looks at the growing up of Bengali writer Sarat Chandra and his art, which was deeply influenced by the work of Victorian-era...


09 February 2022
The Political Allegory Of Satyajit Ray’s 'Hirak Rajar Deshe'

The Political Allegory Of Satyajit Ray’s 'Hirak Rajar Deshe'

Ray made this film in 1980 as a sequel to 'Goopi Gayen, Bagha Bayen' (1969). It was his cinematic response to the Emergency in the garb of a children’s film.


30 December 2021
Best Indian Movies Dealing With Dystopia and Post Apocalypse

Best Indian Movies Dealing With Dystopia and Post Apocalypse

We take a look at five popular films, which dealt with the themes of post apocalypse and dystopia.


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