Jaipur, Jan 23 Indian authors have failed to create their own set of popular sleuths like Sherlock Holmes despite filmmaker Satyajit Ray giving us the iconic Bengali sleuth Feluda way back in 1965, said the bestselling thriller writer Ashwin ... ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
India failed to captalise on Feludas popularity Author Ashwin Sanghi - Mumbai News.Net, 1 week ago
Soumitra Chatterjee, a living legend of Bangla cinema, turned 81 years on January 19. Born in Krishnanagar, West Bengal, Chatterjee's father and grandfather were actively involved in theatre. Later, he moved on to Kolkata, and did his graduation ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 week ago
The children of Kolkata got a special treat with the screening of 180 fascinating films from 25 countries in the festive season. anogh acharya reports The 4th Kolkata International Children's Film Festival organised by Shishu Kishore Academy, an ...The Statesman, 4 weeks ago
Filmmaker Sandip Ray on the enduring appeal of Feluda, the iconic Bengali detective created by Satyajit Ray that gets a reboot in his latest film, Badshahi Angti. In Sandip Ray's Gorosthane Sabdhan (2010), when Feluda visits Sidhu Jyatha, the ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Abir Chatterjee on sharing the iconic sleuth's carefree spirit, missing Jatayu and more He's got his hair parted right; the cigarette is still without a filter. But is Abir Chatterjee the perfect man for the Feluda reboot? We put the actor under ...Times of India, 2 months ago
BENGALURU: While Raj Kapoor might have been the first Indian director to take his audience to foreign locales with Sangam in 1964, it was Yash Chopra who reinvented romance creating an everlasting association with chiffons, Swiss dales and meadows ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago
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