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Sandip Ray to make a Feluda film from two stories featuring the sleuth
Hindustan Times

Shaheb makes a comeback as Topshe

Shaheb Bhattacherjee, whose last outing with Sandip Ray's Feluda franchisee was Royal Bengal Rahasya, is making a comeback as Topshe in Sandip Ray's next feluda venture, Double Feluda. The actor took to Twitter to share the good news with his fans ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Next 'Feluda' film to be made from two stories Press Trust of India, 4 weeks ago
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Feluda: Ray’s alter ego or a bhadralok wail?

By Feluda @ 50 Rs 299 Rs 299 Detective fiction has always held irresistible charm for most book lovers, but much more so for the Bengali reader. The Bengali gene, it seems, needs to devour vast quantities of murder mysteries, and while writers of timeless ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Book review 'Feluda': Ray's alter ego or a bhadralok wail?  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Times of India

Exporters tear hair out as packages go missing from Kolkata airport

NEW DELHI: Bengalis have the best hair in India, or that's what thieves at Kolkata airport think. In what appears to be a hair-raising case fit to be investigated by none other than Satyajit Ray's fictional sleuth Feluda, packs of high-quality human ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Tap The Ash Here

A long time ago, my middle-class father decided that my only passport to a better life was to get into an elite engineering college. So I made a promise to myself: I would try, and if I were successful, I would smoke. On a sultry June morning, 36 ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Regional cinema has certainly evolved is a good way: Shilpa Tulaskar

Actor Shilpa Tulaskar, a well-known face in Marathi cinema, feels non-Hindi regional cinema has come up in a good way over the last couple of years but it still hasn't overtaken Bollywood. I will take it offensively if one will say that Indian ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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10 Satyajit Ray films that should be re-released

One of India's top filmmakers Satyajit Raj would have been 95 on May 2.  We celebrate him by re-publishing a special series of articles through the week. Image: A scene from Mahanagar Satyajit Ray’s striking 1963 film Mahanagar has been digitally restored and re-released in British theatres. While critics there wax enviably about The Big City, we wanted to look back at Ray films that would be best suited for a theatrical release all over again. So this, then, is not a Best-Of-Ray, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 6 Satyajit Ray Films That Prove He Understood A Woman's Psyche Better Than Any Other Filmmaker  Indiatimes1 month ago
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Satyajit Ray at 95: The Renaissance Man still resists evaluation despite holding total sway over our lives

I find it difficult to describe Satyajit Ray. He resists assessment with an all-encompassing grip on Bengali consciousness, even on his 95th birth anniversary. How do you traverse the fields of subconscious? My friend and Alipurduar University ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
India Blooms

Mamata remembers Ray on his birth anniversary

Kolkata, May 2 (IBNS) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday paid homage to legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray on the latter's 95th birth anniversary. "Homage to Satyajit Ray on his birth anniversary," she said. Actor Prosenjit ...
 India Blooms4 weeks ago
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Mystery of the missing train

When trains and stations become desirable again, we might have a murder mystery with the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train as a setting, says Bibek Debroy. Image: The origin of railways in India is conventionally dated to 1853. Photograph: Mukesh Gupta/Reuters     What is common to Bollywood films 12 O'Clock (1958), The Train (1970), Parwana (1971), Do Anjane (1976) and Teesra Kaun (1994)? The answer is obvious. In each, a crime/murder is committed on a train. If one sticks to crime ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
United News of India

Satyajit Ray: a polymath-author & face changer of Indian cinema remembered on death anniversary

By Shalini Sajwan New Delhi, Apr 24 (UNI) In the Twentieth Century(1921) Indian cinema was not aware about a child blooming in the street of (Calcutta) Kolkata, he was exceptional and was born to change the face of Indian cinema. . ,. . the time ...
 United News of India1 month ago
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