Enjoy the mind battle between two super Bengali sleuths

For the first time Bengali’s two favorite fictional detectives will lock their horns in silver screen. Unprecedented, no doubt but on coming 19th December the loyalists of Feluda and Bomkesh will be put under test by Sandip Ray’s “Badsahi Angti” and Anjan Dutt’s “Bomkesh Fire Alo”. Both the films have escalated excitement for different reasons. If Sandip Ray’s movie is set to start a new chapter in Feluda franchise casting Abir as renowned private investigator, … Continue reading

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Anupam Roy ready for Bolly debut

In his life the singer-lyricist Anupam Roy has been a true wanderer. Former JU engineering student shifted to Bengaluru for his professional duties but his first Bengali song “Amake Amar Mato Thakte Dao” changes his abode.The rest is nothing but a sweet fairy tale. Reportedly the “Bakyabagish” star is all set for his Mumbai venture through Soojit Sircar’s “Piku”. Anupam Roy has already started his work over his first Bolly project. Soojit Sircar’s highly anticipated … Continue reading

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Parambrata Chatterjee aims to portray several layers of struggle through “Larai”

Actor Parambrata Cahtterjee is all set for the release of his  directorial venture “Larai” which has been shot extensively at Jangalmahal. The film portrays the multi-dimesion pattern of struggle of the remote people at the backdrop of football. Actor Prasenjit Chatterjee played an instrumental role in the film. For the first time the actor’s fans will see him as the football coach. Indrashish, Payel, Kanchon have played other important roles. What good time is to … Continue reading

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Rituparna and Samdarshi teams up again

Their bold chemistry in “Akkarshan” was the only talking point of the movie. Considered as one of the most promising actor of today’s bengali film industry Samdarshi Dutta creates magic with the tolly queen every time the duo hit the screen.Anup Das’ “Khola Hawa” has paired them  again. Based on the theme of Carpe Diem(seize the day), the film is a tale of exploring life in its every phase. Rituparna’s role is of a prime … Continue reading

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Mainak peeps in his own industry

Director Mainak Bhowmick has a knack to translate the lives of his surroundings into his films. It can be his close friend or a remote unknown individual, the sharp eyes under the specs can scan the weakness and strength of one’s psyche. The rest is a cinematic experience for the movie-goers. If the story of “Take-one” does resemble some of the controversial parable of our tolly industry, “Kolkata Calling” portrays the city life. So, where … Continue reading

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Anjan Dutta in search of a new Bomkesh

The Columbus of Tolly industry Anjan Dutta is on his new journey. After exploring talents like Parno Mitra and Abir, the versatile actor is in his quest to find a new actor to play the super sleuth Bomkesh Bakshi. Always touted as a masterpiece of Bengali thriller literature, Bomkesh Bakshi was adopted to Bengali screen by Anjan Dutta with a roaring success. Abir dons the role and the director’s prowess kicked start a new series. … Continue reading

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“Nayanchampar Dinratri” tells an untold story

Kudos to director Sekhar Das to narrate the life of a maid in his film “Nayanchampar Dinratri”. For the post one and a half year there has been a surge of making and selling urban or semi-urban films. These films with their tales of city’s complex characters and their more complicated stories run successfully in the multiplexes. New directors with innovative plots have come but the tales of the rustic people go drifter from Bengali … Continue reading

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KT Celebrates the birthday of ever-beautiful Sharmila Tagore

When the pair of beautiful eyes looked at Apu aka Soumitra Chatterjee in Ray’s “Apur Sansar”, a new chapter started. Rest as they say is history. The pair of eyes continued her spell over the cine-goers through her series of films. Be it Shakti Samanta’s “Kashmir Ki Kali” or “Mausam”, Sharmila Tagore was a sensation in her contemporary time and still she is. Forget films, even her link up with iconic cricketer Patudi was enough … Continue reading

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