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Mamata Banerjee is the only subject that still animates Mrinal Sen!
Times of India

Mrinal Sen turns 94

Kolkata, May 14 (IANS) Filmmakers, actors and family showered wishes and respect on Mrinal Sen as the Indian parallel cinema legend turned 94 on Saturday. Director Srijit Mukherji compared the 18-time National Award winner to Baijnath Mishra, ... Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
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A new shade

Mamata Shankar is a mature and competent actress. A remarkable discovery of Mrinal Sen, she is also a gifted dancer. Never after meaningless glamour, she has always given preference to quality cinema....
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Veteran Bengali actress Mamata Shankar to star with Amitabh Bachchan in Pink  Bollywood Hungama2 months ago Bengali actress Mamata Shankar to share screen with Big B in 'Pink'  NetIndia123.com2 months ago
Times of India

Tripti Mitra-starrer makes it to Cannes Classics

The last time any film with a Bengal connection that was screened at the prestigious Cannes Classics section was Mrinal Sen's 'Khandahar'. That was in 2010. Six years later, Tripti Mitra-starrer 'Jago Hua Savera' (JHS) has been selected in the same ...
 Times of India1 month ago Indian echoes from the riviera  The Statesman1 month ago India's story at Cannes  DNA India1 month ago

Where has the legacy of Mrinal Sen's political films gone?

The Marichjhapi massacre happened in 1979. The trauma of those who came to settle in the island only to be forcibly evicted by the changed policies of the Left front government became the backdrop of Amitav Ghosh's 'The Hungry Tide'. That was in ...
 Times of India1 month ago

WB exit polls: If Didi wins, next stop PM Mamata Banerjee?

Provided by Firstpost Noted film director Mrinal Sen, who on 14 May celebrated his 93rd birthday, had a special guest at his residence last Saturday. Sen, the multi-award winning filmmaker known for his Left leanings, reportedly asked former ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
Mid Day

mid-day anniversary: 37 words Mumbai gave to India and the world

By Farrukh Dhondy | Posted 40 minutes ago On invitation, Farrukh Dhondy gets to the root of 37 words this city gave to India and the world The Internet is undoubtedly the greatest communicative tool ever invented. It is of course, an ...
 Mid Day5 days ago mid-day 37th anniversary: Bombay, in other words  Mid Day5 days ago Offbeat: 37 Words Mumbai Gave To India And The World  NDTV4 days ago
Times of India

Nikitn Dheer, wife Kratika can't get their eyes off each other

Nikitin Dheer, who became famous after his Tangabali role in SRK-Deepika starrer 'Chennai Express', can be currently seen in Life Ok's Nagarjun - Ek Yoddha. Mumbai, May 31 (IANS) Actor Nikitin Dheer, who made his debut in the fiction genre on TV ...
 Times of India5 days ago Nikitin Dheer, wife Kratika can't get their eyes off each other  Times of India4 days ago

Restored cult films set for second take

Kolkata: Way before Shyam Benegal directed 'Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero', another Hindi film was made on the freedom fighter. The Piyush Basu-directed film titled 'Subhas Chandra' had got the National Award for National ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Salman Khan confirms he won't star in 'No Entry' sequel

If you were waiting to see Salman Khan in 'No Entry's' sequel, then it's time to pop the bubble as it is "not happening". At Sultan's on-shoot event, the 50-year-old actor said, "No Entry's sequel NOT happening," reports. Rumours were that the 'Prem ...
 Times of India1 week ago
News18.com

Bengali audience stuck with emotional content: Joy Sengupta

Actor Joy Sengupta regrets that the Bengali audience is stuck with films having emotional content only. "It seems the middle class Bengali audience has been watching and patronising only one kind of cinema - reflecting the middle class emotion, ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Bengali Audience Has Been Patronising Only One Kind of Cinema: Joy Sengupta  News18.com1 week ago Art-loving Bengali audience may be drying up: Joy Sengupta  Times of India1 week ago "Art-loving Bengali audience may be drying up"  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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