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Anup Singh: I consider Ghatak as my teacher
Times of India

I consider Ghatak as my teacher: Anup Singh

Kolkata, Feb 19 (PTI) 'Qissa' director Anup Singh considers Ritwik Ghatak as his teacher and says he is in awe of the maestro's 'Titas Ekti Nadir Naam'. "I do visit Ghatak on a daily basis. But I am not Ritwik though my characters too speak about ... Press Trust of India, 1 week ago

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I get to portray Satyajit Ray in shades: Saswata

n't bear any resemblance with Ritwik Ghatak. "In Black Cofee I am not the celluloid avatar of Meghe Dhaka Tara director any more. How can you portray similar characters in two films?" the sleuth in 'Ebar Shabor' thriller said on the sets. "This time my ...
 Business Standard1 week ago My character in 'Ebar Shabor' inspired by Satyajit Ray, says 'Kahaani' actor Saswata Chatterjee  DNA1 week ago PTI - DIRECTOR - I get to portray Satyajit Ray in shades: Saswata  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago I don't play amateur sleuths in 'Abar Shabor': Saswata  Business Standard India2 months ago
Business Today India

Rajan ventures where other chiefs fear to tread

Raghuram Rajan, like filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak, was lionised overseas before being recognised in India. But many in India still think Rajan is better for Wall Street than Dalal Street. Of course, Rajan does nothing to change that perception. As far ...
 Business Today India3 weeks ago

Qissa review: The Irrfan Khan-starrer is the story of a ...

Most children play dress-up at some point. They pretend to be something they're not, delighting in the illusion that allows them to let mundane reality fade temporarily. Sometimes, however, dress-up isn't quite so innocent. Qissa: The Tale of a ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Qissa review: This Irrfan Khan-starrer is the story of ...  Firstpost.com6 days ago
Financial Express

Movie Review: Qissa

In Qissa, a Punjabi film releasing nationwide with English subtitles, the director shifts his focus to the other flank of the Partition narrative but articulates similar concerns in a significantly more direct and dark manner. (Bollywood Hungama) ...
 Financial Express1 week ago 'Qissa' review: A profoundly moving Partition tale  Press Trust of India1 week ago Qissa Movie Review  NDTV1 week ago With Irrfan Khan's Qissa, director hopes to put his grandfather's soul to rest  Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

India's endangered film legacy

Film Herita­ge Founda­tion aims to create an ingeni­ous resour­ce of film archiv­ist and restor­ers. Gulzar finds it unfortunate that works of legends like Bimal Roy have not been restored . PHOTO: FILE MUMBAI: Praising Viacom18 and ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Restoring films is preserving culture: Gulzar  Business Standard India1 week ago

Golden memories

Ask any director who he's been influenced by and Vijay Anand's name will feature notably in that list. Because the filmmaker was not just a textbook of cinema. He was an entire curriculum. Not limited by any genre or stymied by his own sensibilities ...
 FilmFare.com2 weeks ago

Native stories have a better chance at succeeding

There was a lot of speculation about the performance of your films clashing with one another as well as with PK. Now that they have both done well, does it feel surreal? Absolutely! I had obviously not expected this as the odds were against me.
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Letter Box: Caught in a time warp

02:30 am Lensman Bijoy Chowdhury captures the forlorn letter boxes across the city of Kolkata and made them the theme of his 2015 calendar. Text by Sujoy Dhar. Reading a letter sent by post and dropped by the postman in the afternoon in our ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago
Times of India

"Amitabh Bachchan never got a good script"

His Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa is yet to release, but that hasn't deterred him from starting work on his next. As auteur filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta gears up to adapt Narayan Gangopadhyay's Tope (bait), he tells us how love still makes his world go round.
 Times of India1 month ago
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