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Family rubbishes rumours of veteran filmmaker Mrinal Sen's demise

Death hoax prank on Mrinal Sen leaves everyone fuming

Many celebrities have been the target of death hoax es in recent times, thanks to social media where such `news' spreads like wildfire. Auteur Mrinal Sen faced the brunt of such a prank on Wednesday night, with the news of his death taking the ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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Filmmaker Mrinal Sens family has rubbished rumours of his death on Twitter

Filmmaker Mrinal Sen’s family has rubbished rumours of his death on Twitter, saying the filmmaker is doing fine. Twitter went abuzz with rumours about the passing away of the legendary filmmaker. Even best-selling author Amitav Ghosh thought the hoax ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago Rumour of Mrinal Sen's death on Twitter  The Echo Of India1 month ago Mrinal Sen is alive: Family clarifies after death rumours flood Twitter  India Today1 month ago Hoax of Mrinal Sen's death goes viral on Twitter  Press Trust of India1 month ago

An all-time great: Kasaravalli

I rate Adoor Gopalakrishnan as one of India's three greatest directors of all time; Satyajit Ray and Mrinal Sen are the others, said film-maker Girish Kasaravalli. He is different from other filmmakers in his treatment of a film; the way he ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Adoor is an all-time great: Kasaravalli  The Hindu1 month ago
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Mrinal Sen's family snubs news about his demise

New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Ace filmmaker Mrinal Sen's family has rubbished the news doing the rounds on his demise and said that he is absolutely fine. "News on Mrinal Sen's passing away is false. He is absolutely fine and having tea right now," ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

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 Hindu2 months ago

5 Mrinal Sen films that you can't do without

Akash Kusum (1965) A young man, Soumitra Chaterjee, wants to move up in life and ventures on a risky business deal. In a bid to keep up appearances that he's rich, he borrows the car and apartment of his rich friend Subhendu Chatterjee. He falls ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago

Screen Savour: The maverick

Most Indian viewers remember Utpal Dutt from the Hindi films that he acted in in the 1970s and 1980s, shuttling between comic roles and villainous parts with an ease that set him apart as one of our greatest actors. His acting was marked by a distinct style ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Trolls Impact? No Letters to the Editor please

'It may not be coincidental that the rise of these warriors with their bile and diatribes has come at a time when the concept of neutrality in journalism is fading,' says Amulya Ganguli.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh Two major newspapers -- The Times of India and Hindustan Times -- have done away with the Letters to the Editor column. Why the decision was taken in the secluded board rooms of the two giant establishments will never be known. Perhaps it was felt that the contents of the letters were ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Forgettable tale of two actors

Naseeruddin Shah has been known to be candid in his observations on different aspects of Indian cinema, but quite often it has drawn him into more controversy than he would have expected. After having excelled in films by Shyam Benegal, Saeed Mirza, ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Throwback to times past

Old values are resurfacing again in a new bottle. Two Bengali films made by young directors effectively carved out human relationships and modern day situations. The films in question, E Ki Labanye and Chetana premiered at Nandan recently. E Ki ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago times past  The Statesman2 weeks ago
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