Sandip Ray wanted to begin his career with Feluda

Beginning his career as an Assistant Director of Satyajit Ray’s film, son Sandip ray said that he always wanted to start his film career with Feluda. But at the beginning it was a tough job as  both Satyajit Ray’s Joy Baba Felunath and Sonar Kella gained huge popularity amongst audience of all ages. Sandip Ray started his direction first with Fatik Chand during early 80s. Then after a long gap he came up with Senior … Continue reading

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Both Abir Chatterjee &Sabyasachi Chakroborty were nervous when offered the role of Feluda

Sitting at the discussion panel on Satyajit Ray’s Feluda at the last day of Kolkata Literature festival, Sabyasachi Chakroborty and Abir Chatterjee in their first response of being offered the role of Feluda said that both of them were quite nervous but were dying to put themselves into the shoes of Pradosh Mitter. Sabyasachi Chakroborty said that when he was offered the role of Feluda in Baksha Rahasya, it was like a dream come come … Continue reading

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Raja Dasgupta’s debut film, ‘E Bhabeo Phire Asha Jay catches mystery

Debutant director Raja Dasgupta sets his lenses to catch the sudden change in a happy couple’s life. The couple were perfectly happy in their life until a staged accident turned into a kidnapping. The kidnapping was followed by the sudden disappearance and surprising come back of the wife without having a scar on her skin. The result is well known to everyone, change of fate between the couple. Produced by Kaushik Mitra Films the film … Continue reading

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Little reasons to book the ticket of “Chotoder Chobi”

Well, you may notice the poster, heard about the film’s success in film festivals, but could not muster enough courage to go for Kaushik Ganguly’s “Chotoder Chobi”. Bengalifilm.com urges you to shed your inhibitions to give a watch to this lovely Bengali film. Still confused? OK. Read out our small arguments in our open and spontaneous support for this film and then you decide. The film is directed by one and only Kaushik Ganguly. Each … Continue reading

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Parambrata backs to the world of glamour

After a victorious “Lorai”, tolly town’s “the man of many parts” Parambrata Chatterjee backs to his acting in Mahua Chakraborty’s “Glamour”. His directorial effort in “Lorai” has been embraced by the cine goers with love. Param portrays the struggle of the villagers and their quest for a better life through the battlefield of football. The film with its rustic charm takes the applause from everyone. Now with “Glamour” Param, the actor is ready to enthrall … Continue reading

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Bengali film “Glamour” promises to give an insight of the blitz world

Debutant director Mahua Chakraborty dives inside the world of fashion to find the plot of her first film “Glamour”. Her films’ artists unanimously told the media in her effort she has got full marks. Speaking on her endeavor Mahua Chakraborty kept her mouth tight about the film’s storyline. After much coaxing she said to KT its a thriller where the protagonist Parambrata Chatterjee is a fashion industry honcho. Another key character of the film Sabyasachi … Continue reading

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“Chutti Aar Picnic” takes on Tagore’s Shesher Kobita

Directed by Shomshuklla Bengali film “Chutti Aar Picnic” recreates the magic of Tagore’s classic “Sesher Kobita”. The story is an appealing one and made into movie before. Speaking about the new version, the director spoke about the old connection with Tagore and touted “Sesher Kabita” as one of the best reading experience. The film has bagged two awards for the marvelous cinematography at Columbia Gorge International Film Festival 2014. The film will be released on … Continue reading

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Open Tee Bioscope personifies 90′s magic

“Those were the days my friend / We thought they’d never end/We’d sing and dance forever and a day/We’d live the life we choose/We’d fight and never lose/For we were young and sure to have our way”- lines from Mary Hopkin’s famous song rightly defines Anindya Chatterjee’s debut film “Open Tee Bioscope”. The film portrays 90′s North Kolkata which will invite its audience to a beautiful journey down the memory lane. The film has soul, … Continue reading

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