Francis H. DSa scratches the emulsion off Pablo Bartholomeo's black and white prints exhibition, The Calcutta Diaries and tries to find out what makes him tick The Calcutta Diaries,' is an exhibition of photographs from the archives of Pablo ... Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 6 days ago
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We've often seen filmmakers taking a winning route by adapting novels on screen. Why not? Such films not only generate hype, but also help rake in moolah at the box office. Vishal Bhardwaj set the ball rolling with Maqbool — an adaptation of ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Munshi Premchand, one of the finest storytellers in Hindi, has been much celebrated in popular culture. Two of his stories, Sadgati and Shatranj Ki Khiladi , were adapted to film by Satyajit Ray. Several other movies in the regional languages have ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
Perhaps owing to his theatre background, Farooq Sheikh has featured in many films that highlighted the pathos and problems of the contemporary society. One of his most popular plays was Tumhari Amrita. The play completed 20 years of being staged ...Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
Several senior scribes I have interacted closely with have admitted to being a little shy of their first few by-lines, often bracketing them as somewhat trifle. Ditto with me. I distinctly remember that sub-editor gently admonishing me that day for ...Times of Oman, 4 weeks ago
Fiction The Last Word: Hanif Kureishi, Rs. 599 Outrageous, clever and funny story of sex, lies, art and what defines a life. Fables for All Ages: Abanindranath Tagore, Rs. 350 Three fables by Bengal's most remarkable children's writer and ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
With about a week more before the shoot of Sandip Ray's Bengali film Badshahi Angti wraps up in the city, Ray says he hasn't experienced more excitement in recent years than he did while shooting in Lucknow. "It's been going great," says Ray Jr, ...Times of India, 1 month ago Son exploring Satyajit Ray's love for Luckno... Times of India, 1 month ago
Lucknow, Feb. 18: The camels ambled along from nowhere, prompting someone on the set to ask: "Hey, but where is Jatayu"? The scene was not Rajasthan, where Satyajit Ray's Sonar Kella was filmed with Feluda and his irrepressibly inquisitive companion ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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