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Eagoler Chokh Review: Saswata Chatterjee Shines Throughout
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Eagoler Chokh Review: Saswata Chatterjee Shines Throughout

Cast: Saswata Chatterjee, Anirban Bhattacharya, Joya Ahsan, Payel Sarkar Director: Arindam Sil Arindam Sil's second installment in the Shobor series, Eagoler Chokh , starts on a very intriguing note where a woman is seen arguing on the phone ... News18.com, 3 weeks ago

Literature key to success of Bengali cinema: Saswata

Kolkata, Aug 4 (PTI) "Kahaani" actor Saswata Chatterjee feels the key to Bengali film's turnaround lies in doing literature-based films. "The golden era of Bengali cinema was not only made possible by Uttam, Soumitra, Suchitra, Supriya although ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - ENT-SASWATA - Literature key to success of Bengali cinema: Saswata  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Saswata Chatterjee to play detective Shabar in new film  Business Standard2 months ago

Young, independent filmmakers need to be encouraged: Soumitra

Kolkata, Sep 21 () Veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee says young, independent filmmakers need to be encouraged in Bengali film industry to make "their kind of cinema". "If young and new directors are not encouraged to make their kind of cinema, how ...
 Times of India3 days ago

A whodunit that delves into the mysteries of human psychology

Arindam Sil's Eagoler Chokh is not a simple whodunit, but an edgy, fast-paced, psychological film. Shabar Dasgupta (Saswata Chatterjee) and his assistant, Nanda (Subhrajit Dutta), are informed about a ghastly murder by the sub-inspector of a local ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Showcasing passion for the craft

It is really quite incredible that at 25, a young mind like Shiv Bubun Chatterjee has made his debut as director with the recently released Bengali feature film, Sathiya (Close Companion). Based on the story of another youngster — 26-year-old ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Indian Express

Byomkesh according to me is the best Bengali detective series: An...

Kolkata, Sep 24 (IBNS): Director Anjan Dutt while speaking about his upcoming thriller 'Byomkesh O Chiriakhana' on Tuesday, said that he believes Byomkesh is best among the Bengali detective series produced so far. Kolkata restaurant 'Red Hot ...
 India Blooms20 hours ago My Byomkesh Bakshy more human than other film portrayals: Anjan Dutt  Indian Express2 days ago My Byomkesh more human than other films': Anjan  Press Trust of India2 days ago

Enduring relevance of Ritwik Ghatak

Ritwik Ghatak's cinematic masterpieces have social reality playing a major role and they present an alternative perspective with brutal honesty. With that in mind, Debjani Halder's book Illuminating Agony Ritwik — spanning his times from 1942 to ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
India Blooms

I won't mind flaunting a new gen watch as Byomkesh in a future fi...

Kolkata, Sep 12 (IBNS): Actor Jisshu Sengupta, the new 'Byomkesh Bakshi' in Anjan Dutta's two last portrayals of the popular Bengali sleuth's exploits for big screen, feels the iconic character, trapped in periodicity, should also evolve and start ...
 India Blooms1 week ago Abir and Jisshu, Both Play Byomkesh, But For 'Different Audiences'  NDTV3 weeks ago My Byomkesh character has no references of Uttam: Jisshu  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago

I am a failed actor: Anjan Dutta

Kolkata, Aug 16 (IBNS) Direcor-actor Anjan Dutta calls himself a 'failed actor' who is only getting recognition by the present generation of directors despite making his mark in the works of art house filmmakers in the 1980s. "I consider myself ...
 India Blooms1 month ago I am a failed actor  The Statesman1 month ago Acting to directing with mixed results  The Statesman1 month ago "I am a failed actor"  The Statesman1 month ago
India Blooms

When there's so much in common

Two-time Bangladesh National Film Award-winner Joya Ahsan looks forward to a day when Bengali-speaking actors from the two frontiers will work together and not be called Bengalis from West Bengal or Bangladesh. I am looking forward to a day when I ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Indo-Bangladesh actress Joya Ahsan wants one cultural identity fo...  India Blooms1 month ago
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