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Deepika Padukone watches Bengali cinema after Piku

Deepika Padukone wants to delve in the in the depths of Bengali culture by watching classics in Bengali cinema. Deepika Padukone won hearts and nods of approval from audiences after her recent Piku performance. The actress, who played a young ... Indian Express, 5 hours ago
Deepika Padukone Wants to Watch Bengali Classics after Success of 'Piku' International Business Times India, 3 hours ago

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Hindustan Times

Between success and disaster

If Bengali cinema as a whole is basking in the success of Bela Seshe, it is because there has been something to celebrate after a long time. The drought in 2014 was redeemed by the encouraging response to two thrillers released around the same time ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Amitabh Bachchan heaps praise on Bela Seshe  Hindustan Times3 days ago Soumitra Chatterjee's Bela Seshe to get a global release  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Treading deftly on the middle path

When Bengali cinema is discussed, there are three names that invariably crop up — Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen and Ritwik Ghatak. They represent different styles and draw admirers who believe that, in many ways, they showed the way to filmmakers ...
 The Statesman5 days ago
Indian Express

Ramanand Sengupta: Life Through a Lens

Ramanand Sengupta, a renowned cinematographer in Bengali cinema turns 100 and looks back at a career studded with great films. The year was 1948. The south Kolkata neighbourhood of Tollygunj, then the filmmaking hub of India, was limping back to ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Times of India

Venkatesh Films takes historic step, lodges FIR against Regal cinema

Taking a landmark step against piracy, the biggest production house from Bengal has moved court. After Jamai 420, a big-budget commercial movie that released on May 22, could be seen on several internet sites, Shree Venkatesh Films (SVF) has now got ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
IBN Live

As a human being and director, Rituparno Ghosh was honest, says Sushmita Sen

Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen and Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen, who is foraying into Bengali cinema with Srijit Mukherji's 'Nirbaak', on Wednesday said she "regrets" missing the opportunity to work with national award winning filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh.
 IBN Live2 months ago Bengal has the most amazing set of directors Sushmita Sen  Hindustan Times2 months ago Sushmita Sen: I was scared of doing Bengali films!'  Yahoo! Maktoob1 month ago Sushmita regrets not working with Rituparno Ghosh  Prokerala2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Regional cinema must be encouraged be it Punjabi or Bengali SRK

Endorsing the Maharashtra government's diktat to multiplexes to screen Marathi films on any one screen between 12 pm and 9 pm, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Saturday said it is a "wonderful" move which would encourage regional films. The government ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Regional cinema needs to be encouraged: SRK  Economic Times2 months ago

Waheeda Rehman returns to Bengali cinema

Waheeda Rehman made her debut in Bengali cinema with Satyajit Ray's Abhijaan in 1962. Fifty-three years later, the actress will be seen in another Bengali film, Arshinagar, directed by Aparna Sen. She recalls her debut with pleasure. "When I was offered Abhijaan, I didn't know any Bengali. But Satyajit Ray insisted, saying my character spoke a mixture of Bhojpuri, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali. "I agreed only because he had faith in me." Waheeda did act in one more Bengali ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Boshonto Eshe Geche Bengali cinemas fresh attempt at sex comedy

Sex comedies arent new in Hollywood and Bollywood too has followed suit They havent been too popular in Tollywood though But all that might change with Boshonto Eshe Geche
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
Deccan chronicle

Book review 'Murder with Bengali Characteristics': Of pig ears and fish heads

If there is one flavour edging out all others, be it in cinema, theatre or literature, it is the Bengali one. Bong’s the way to go! Shovon Chowdhury’s new novel, Murder with Bengali Characteristics — a bit of a misnomer really, the predominant flavour ...
 Deccan chronicle2 weeks ago Of pig ears and fish heads  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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