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Sacrificed at the Altar
Indian Express

Sacrificed at the Altar

Troubled times Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore in Aavishkar; Suchitra Sen and Sanjeev Kumar in Aandhi. There are few Hindi films that deal with the real pain of marital estrangement. Some wise person once said: the loneliest place can be the ... Indian Express, 5 days ago


The Academy of Fine Arts has a visual treat in store come 11 January, says debameeta bhattacharya ACTIVISM is supposedly a fashion now. When a complex society, such as is the case in Bengal, goes through internal turmoil, too many high-faulting ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

2014, a lackluster year for Bengali films

KOLKATA: With the death of screen goddess Suchitra Sen in January, 2014 began on a sad note for the Bengali film industry which hardly had anything to look forward rest of the year. Although around 120 films were released during the year, hardly ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 2014 Marks Lackluster Year for Bengali Films  India-West1 month ago 2014 Rewind: A year of empty theaters for Bengali films  Mid Day1 month ago

Books give me a sense of epiphany ... Kolpona

Masuda Anam Kolpona, a singer and teacher at Chhayanaut, has a whirlwind schedule. However, she does manage to snatch a few precious hours in which she reads voraciously or takes in a good movie. I love to watch movies by my favourite actors and ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago


meena banerjee appraises a hectic week Striking debut SUR, which stands for Sublime Urge to Rejoice, debuted as an organisation with a superb soiree. Spread over three evenings (24-26 December 2014) at Birla Sabhagar, it included a documentary ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Calcutta noir

In its 30 years, the state-owned Nandan multiplex in Kolkata had never seen what it has been seeing now: three newly released Bengali detective films playing back to back. As detective after detective untangled knotty crimes on screen, the long ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Terror prod in school security boost

Wireless headsets, CCTV cameras in classes and on buses and stricter vigil are some of security upgrades city schools are making following last month's terror attack on a Peshawar school. The La Martiniere schools on Thursday decided against ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Women wordsmiths want to tell her-story

There are several women writers in India today who feel strongly that their body of work should not be viewed only from a gender lens but be acknowledged as part of the larger world of literature. But this does not mean they are not proud of the ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago

Lens on women health

Gynaecologists from across the country and abroad would throw light on various diseases and their preventive measures at a three-day conference starting from December 19. Around 800 gynaecologists would take part in the conference to be organised by ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Times of India

Dilip Kumar leapt like a child on seeing the toy train!

Dilip Kumar, who turned 92 on Thursday, was shooting for Sagina Mahato in Darjeeling years back. Tapan Sinha advised the thespian to shed his method acting for a particular shot. Dilip Kumar obeyed and leapt like a child in joy as a toy train ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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