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Mahasweta Devi: The fiery writer and dedicated activist; here's how the literary world paid tribute
Financial Express

Mahasweta Devi: The fiery writer and dedicated activist; here'...

A daughter to writers Manish Ghatak and Dharitri Devi, and a niece to noted filmmaker, Ritwik Ghatak, legendary Mahasweta Devi, was one of the most extraordinary writers and activists in India. One of the most respected figures in a state that is ... Financial Express, 3 weeks ago
Mighty pen, mightier mind Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
Portrait of the writer as an activist Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago

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Ritwik genius comes alive on screen

Bhopal: Screening of documentaries by famed filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak, satiated appetite of movie aficionados at Bharat Bhavan, on Sunday. The documentaries by this master cinematographer whose works include Meghe Dhaka Tara, Komal Gandhar and ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Financial Express

Mahasweta Devi, local deity, Magsaysay, Padma Vibhushan winner, dies at 90

Mahasweta Devi, who was born to a poet father, Manish Ghatak, and a social worker-writer mother, Dharitri Devi, in Dhaka in 1926, never shied away from politics. Mahasweta Devi, who was born to a poet father, Manish Ghatak, and a social ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Writer of rare conviction: Mahasweta Devi  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Mahasweta Devi, activist-author, passes away  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Mahasweta Devi dies  New Age Bangladesh3 weeks 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 Chronicle4 days ago

The Mother of Thousand Eighty Four

, we lost a mother a mother who taught us to dream, who coached us to speak for the rights of others and passionately fought for women's rights. She never had a large media presence, never wanted to be a celebrity. What she wanted was to raise her ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

Multiplex Cinema: Being Middlebrowbeaten

‘MIDDLEBROW’ IS A putdown, a term deployed by cultural snobs, but it can be used usefully rather than pejoratively to look at the often ignored middle ground of Hindi cinema which lies somewhere between the highbrow art cinema and the lowbrow masala film.
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
Broadway World

BWW Review: PRAKTAN at Windows Production House

The title Praktan, which means 'former', may explicitly point at the lead pair of Ujaan and Sudipa who were formerly married in the film. But it's a theme that runs through every subplot in the film: a musician reminisces about his former ...
 Broadway World2 weeks ago PRAKTAN at Windows Production House  Broadway World2 weeks ago

Songs from the River called Titas

Titas has covered up the entire Brahmanbaria region like a finely meshed fishing net. The Harinber Turn still reveals the sightlines of the Zaminder Bari on the bank of the river that attracts thousands of people every year. During the monsoon, the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Sudipta Datta: Tearing the curtain of darkness

The story goes, not apocryphal, that every time Mahasweta Devi visited Jharkhand, she would demand that Birsa Munda be unshackled. In Ranchi, on Birsa Munda Chowk, there's a statue of this fiery tribal leader who died in jail during British rule in ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Tearing the curtain of darkness  The Hindu3 weeks ago

Indian cinema is still a slave to stars

By Gautaman Bhaskaran Star spats are not exactly new in India, which has even seen celebrated auteurs getting into slanging matches. The mid-1960s saw the famous rivalry between two of India's leading lights in cinema, Satyajit Ray and Mrinal ...
 Gulf Times3 weeks ago
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