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About 11 results for "shatranj ke khilari"

Weekly Classics: Shatranj ke Khilari

One of the masters of world cinema is undoubtedly the great Bengali film director Satyajit Ray who, along with Akira Kurasawa, put Asian film making on the map. The Japanese movie making titan put it best himself when he said, To not have seen the ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago

Splashing Prospects

There is a long way to go for the monsoon to appear with all its wonders and woes. But at last the city has had a semblance of the season that brings a mixed package of visual delights, wholesome food, soul-stirring music but also the agony of ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Google doodle celebrates Munshi Premchand's 136th birth anniversary

Google had a treat for Indian literature fans on Sunday. On the Google India home page, rested a doodle dedicated to the great writer Munshi Premchand on his 136th birth anniversary. The doodle, inspired by his novel 'Godaan', reflects a rural ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Indian heritage Quiz

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Indian Heritage Quiz 2. Question 1 One of the most important Shakti Peethas, which temple marks the spot where Sati's womb fell to Earth during Shiva's tandava and journey across the universe? 3.
 SlideShare.net1 month ago

Screen Savour: So, what's in a language?

A recent thread of conversations on Facebook debated the idea if a director who is not familiar with a particular language, could make a film in that language. Like in any debate, opinions were divided, often confused. It was argued that a host of ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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10 Sanjeev Kumar films that you cant do without

Sunghush (1968) Acting besides thespian Dilip Kumar won him instant recognition. He stood his ground against the veteran in this gangster drama and their scenes together are remembered even today as a clash between a master and a budding genius. ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago

Bansi Chandra Gupta

A back-of-beyond village of Bengal where a young boy rushes at the sight of a train to have a closer look, a music room of a feudal landowner who is almost broke or a flat of a elderly Anglo-Indian teacher are as different from each other as chalk ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Gabbar Singh: The villain as hero

Is Gabbar Singh, the villain, still relevant after 40 years of the release of Sholay (1975)? The question comes to mind as a restaurant called Gabbar Singh's Bar & Kitchen was recently opened in Kolkata. The ambience of the restaurant is full of ...
 India Blooms2 months ago He was vile yet awesome  The Statesman2 months ago

Taking the story forward

Sandip Ray talks to about his latest in the Feluda series and being Satyajit Ray's son. He belongs to an eminent family, whose creative talents came through in poetry, story writing and film making. Son of Satyajit Ray, the only Indian filmmaker ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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