Ranjan Das Gupta meets acclaimed filmmaker Mrinal Sen, who turns 93 today Mrinal Sen, Indias most acclaimed filmmaker after Satyajit Ray, turns 93 today. He is not in good health. He recently underwent a bypass surgery and also had a hip bone fracture. But ... The Hindu, 2 months ago
I never rank or rate my films: Mrinal Sen - The Hindu, 2 months ago
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ANY celebration planned for Mrinal Sen's 92nd birthday must have been affected by tensions revolving around the general elections. Not that the rebel who made films according to the standards he had set for himself was much concerned about his ...The Statesman, 2 months ago
Having rated 'Ekdin Pratidin' as her most favourite Mrinal Sen movie, Tollywood diva Rituparna Sengupta says she considers Shabana (Azmi) and Smita (Patil) as the most versatile among Sen's 'Heroines'. "Whenever I do meet Mrinalda, I regret why he ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Rituparna Sengupta: I could fit in the shoes of Shabana, Smita Indian Express, 1 month ago PTI - ROLES - 'I could fit in the shoes of Shabana, Smita' Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
A hit Bollywood film makes its African premiere at the Durban International Festival, which comes to a close this weekend. In this article Bollywood Hungama's Subhash K Ja discusses the film. In Mrinal Sen's Khandhar, desolation was epitomised as ...IOL, 1 day ago
It is always interesting to follow what serious photographers do with their own archives. Photography is always about the passing of time. Yet, there are many ways in which a photographer's early work could become integral to his or her evolving, ...Calcutta Telegraph, 5 days ago
When two giants of cinema meet, it is bound to sparkle. If the two meet through the lens of a camera, there is bound to be masterly moments. The other day, Girish Kasaravalli and Adoor Gopalakrishnan met in Thiruvananthapuram. Film director ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Coming soon Girish Kasaravalli documentary on Adoor Gopalakrishnan Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Tula Goenka interviews a diverse and impressive line-up of Indian filmmakers, but for the most part, her book is marred by the trite and clichéd questions she asks, writes Tanul Thakur. Goenka asks Imtiaz Ali (above) What is this trend you have ...The Sunday Guardian, 2 weeks ago
Movies have the power of portraying new sensibilities, where the division of cinema is blurred and magic is created on the screen Sandip Ray (son of director Satyajit Ray). The words Lights! Camera! Action! transports us into the black and white ...Millennium Post, 2 weeks ago
JULY 5 ― India has a rich cinema culture, dating all the way back to the silent era, with film historians arguing over whether to call Shree Pundalik (1912) or Raja Harishchandra (1913) the first Indian feature film, many preferring the latter ...Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago
When social scientist and thinker Prof. Ashish Nandy visited Arts Acre, painter Shuvaprasanna's long cherished dream of creating a museum of Bengal Modern Art, he marvelled at the creation and remarked, "Shuvaprasanna has secured a place in the ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
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