Articles by Roushni Sarkar
Working with Nemai Ghosh was the experience of a lifetime, says still photographer Rana Lodh
As a tribute from the disciple to his master, Rana Lodh will post photographs of Nemai Ghosh every day on Facebook.
British Council's sixth edition of Five Films for Freedom begins
On Sunday, the British Council India will stream live on its Facebook page a discussion, moderated by Rafiul Alom Rahman, founder of The Queer Muslim Project, on 'Voices from the Margins: Building Resilient LGBTQIA+ Communities in India'.
Dev Adhikari donates Rs1 crore to turn hospitals into isolation centres in Ghatal
The actor-parliamentarian himself has been staying indoors, not just because of the lockdown, but also to tend to a foot injury picked up while shooting for Golondaaj (2020).
Photographer Nemai Ghosh, chronicler of Satyajit Ray's life and works, dies at 86
Nemai Ghosh was introduced to Ray by the actor Rabi Ghosh on the sets of Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1969) and went on to document the filmmaker's life and works in pictures until his death in 1992.
We don't need temples, statues, but more money for health sector, says filmmaker Ranjan Ghosh
The director feels that the coronavirus pandemic is teaching us the value of life, brotherhood.
Coronavirus update: Anirban Bhattacharya proposes monetary fund for Bengali theatre's daily wagers
The actor appeals to fellow artistes for help in creating this fund which will aid these theatre activists.
Mimi Chakraborty arranges for free masks, sanitisers while in isolation
The actress, along with her co-stars Biswanath Basu and Jeet, returned from shooting their upcoming film Baazi, directed by Anshuman Pratyush, in London, England.
Avijatrik teaser offers glimpses of Apu's unexplored journey on screen
Shot in monochrome, the film will attempt to explore the rest of the journey of Apu, that has left the audience in anticipation, ever since Satyajit Ray’s Aparajito, released in 1956.
Shooting for Rawkto Rawhoshyo was emotionally suffocating, says Koel Mallick
The actress, who plays RJ Swarnaja in the emotional thriller directed by Soukarya Ghosal, feels women will relate to her character.
Abhishek Chatterjee faces flak for refusing to isolate himself after London shoot
Defiant actor has been freely mixing with people; to attend a gathering on coronavirus awareness as well.
Coronavirus update: Hridpindo, Guldasta postponed indefinitely
Both films were set to be released on 24 April.
Srijit Mukherji, Prosenjit go into isolation for 14 days, Anjan Dutt faces criticism for not following health guidelines
The Bengali artistes had all returned back to India after their foreign trips.
Mimi Chakraborty, Biswanath Basu, Jeet return from London shoot and isolate themselves
They were in London to shoot for their upcoming film Baazi, directed by Anshuman Pratyush.
Coronavirus update: Cinemas shutdown till 31 March in West Bengal
Last week's release, Parcel (2020) has been withdrawn, while Raj Chakraborty's upcoming film Dharmajuddha has been postponed.
Coronavirus update: Abar Bochhor Koori Pore shooting postponed
Abir Chatterjee and Arpita Chatterjee head the cast for director Srimanta Sengupta's debut Bengali film.
Dracula Sir teaser reveals Anirban Bhattacharya's intriguing look amidst his transformation into a vampire
The teaser plays a lot with darkness and shadows, to establish the mood of the film that contains gory elements.
Rawkto Rawhoshyo song 'Amar Ektarata': It's a melancholic number that shows Koel Mallick clinging to memories of her child
Lagnajita Chakraborty's vocals do full justice to the number, which has been composed by Debdeep Mukhopadhyay.
Dracula Sir poster reveals Anirban Bhattacharya's vampire avatar, Mimi Chakraborty's 1970s look
In the film, actor Anirban Bhattacharya plays schoolteacher Raktim with protruding teeth that earns him the nickname Dracula Sir.
Parcel review: Similar to Michael Haneke's Cache, but leaves issues unresolved
Parcel is technically brilliant and the performances are outstanding, but the film might have been far more appealing if it had been shortened and certain episodes had been omitted.
Despite lobby culture, enough opportunities to make good Bengali films, says Indranil Banerjee
The indie filmmaker will make a web-series next.