Articles by Roushni
Amritangshu Chakravarty's debut feature film Choroibeti will be released online
The film revolves around the struggle of a young man, Subhamoy (Tathagata Mukherjee), who hails from a Bengali middle-class family.
Parambrata Chatterjee is all set to direct the Soumitra Chatterjee biopic
Filmmaker Q will play Satyajit Ray in the film while Paoli Dam will play Suchitra Sen and Sohini Sarkar will be seen as Madhabi Mukherjee.
Lyricist Durba Sen feels Sraboner Dhara is a story of existential crisis
The film tells a serious story on relationships, relating to the treatment of an aged Alzheimer's patient, played by Soumitra Chatterjee.
Rukmini Maitra paired with Abir Chatterjee for Souvik Kundu's Switzerland
The film will be mostly shot in Kolkata and Switzerland.
Arindam Sil wraps up shoot for Maayakumari
The film, starring Rituparna Sengupta and Abir Chatterjee, primarily revolves around the legend of 1940s actress Maya Kumari.
Pradipta Bhattacharya, Bauddhayan Mukherji, Amartya Bhattacharyya back the necessity of a screening space only for independent films
The Bengali filmmakers were part of panel discussion at the Arthouse Asia Film Festival on 7 January at Basusree Cinema Hall. Each director shared their own definitions of independent filmmaking.
Bengal artistes condemn NRC, say protests will have to go on for long
Music director Debajyoti Mishra hoped that one day fresh political leadership would emerge from the mass movement around the country.
Veteran actor Dipankar Dey, actress Dolon Roy tie the knot
They were married in a private ceremony at a restaurant in Kolkata, with a few close friends, on 16 January.
Dharmajuddha song 'Tumi Jodi Chao': Melodious romantic number by Indraadip Dasgupta focuses on marital bliss
Shreya Ghoshal’s soothing rendition has done full justice to the words by Ritam Sen. The song features Subhasree Ganguly as Munni and her husband, played by Saptarshi Maulik.
Sraboner Dhara trailer offers glimpses of emotional struggles of the characters
Veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee plays the role of an Alzheimer's patient, while Gargee Roy Choudhury seems to enact his wife on screen. The film also features Parambrata Chatterjee as a neurosurgeon and Basab Dutta Chatterjee as his wife.
Love Aaj Kal Porshu song 'Shune Ne': The video is appealing, but the tune lacks melody
Every frame oozes with romantic ambience and primarily focuses on the two artistes either adoring each other or expressing their love.
Nagarkirtan picks up eight prizes at the fourth WBFJA Awards
Nagarkirtan walked away with awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Screenplay, Best Background Score, Best Editing, Best Makeup and Best Costume Design.
Dwitiyo Purush song 'Abar Phire Ele': Beautiful lyrics but visuals and tune fail to convey the mood
Written and composed by Anupam Roy, the song has been rendered by Arijit Singh.
Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti song 'Kon Gopone' brings out the tenderness of domestic life
The song has a simple and repetitive tune like most of Anindya Chattopadhyay’s compositions.
You Will Die at 20, Nimtoh, Darling win top honours at the 4th Arthouse Asia Film Festival
The winners were announced by jury members Jerome Baron, Rokeya Prachy and Rajeev Masand.
Konkona Sensharma, Tillotama Shome join artistes from Bengal to recite poem Kagoj Amra Dakhabo Na
The artistes came together to raise their voices against the National Registration of Citizenship (NRC), National Population Register (NPR) and Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Atanu has tremendous trust in his audience: Robibaar actor Prosenjit
The star said those who went to watch Robibaar as a Prosenjit-Jaya Ahsan film would have left the theatre with Asimabha and Sayani in their hearts instead.
Santilal Mukherjee thanks organizers of Arthouse Asia Film Festival
The veteran actor admitted he only learnt about the festival because a short film in which he plays one of the protagonists was being screened there.
Pradipta Bhattacharya's first animated short film Lyaad, featuring Ritwick Chakraborty, to release on social media
The film has been originally conceptualised by Shankar Seal and Anirban Ajay Das.
Made In Bangladesh review: Stunning performances but the content fails to address the focal issue
The film gets into a problematic position as the story ends up focusing on the journey of an individual, shifting from the focal point of the subject, the labour class.