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Roushni Sarkar

Roushni Sarkar
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Always lost in her own world, Roushni Sarkar found refuge in the magical alleys of Bengali literature as a child when everyone else was at play. Life became more adventurous when she was pushed to explore the narratives beyond boundaries while doing her graduation and master's. Now she has ventured into a realm that she had always stayed away from. Watching and reading about films made on native soil now give her so much thrill that she has a movie title for every situation she comes across. At times, she also hears background music when she meets some real-life characters!

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Ghare And Baire trailer: Jisshu Sengpta, & Koel Mullick divided by personalities, united by Rabindranath

The trailer offers a glimpse into the chemistry between the protagonists Amit and Labanya, who are long-time friends, but are yet to realise their love for each other.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Filmmaker Birsa Dasgupta announces own production house East India Kompany

Following in the footsteps of Raj Chakraborty and Srijit Mukherji, Dasgupta also proposed to work with new talents in the films from his production house.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

I don’t see much of Noor in me: Adrit Roy on playing suburban character in Noor Jahaan

Roy has won hearts with his performance in Noor Jahaan, his debut film. Cinestaan.com met up with the actor to know of his journey and the path ahead.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Review

Honeymoon review: Minus melodrama and clichéd ending, this one's an enjoyable trip

Premendu Bikash Chaki’s Honeymoon is full of entertainment with decent performances and humorous dialogues.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

I feel bad for Swastika Mukherjee missing out on a fantastic role: Birsa Dasgupta on CrissCross

Mukherjee claimed that she found the character penned for her extremely shallow.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Srijit Mukherji wraps up shoot of Ek Je Chhilo Raja

Featuring Aparna Sen, Anjan Dutta, Jisshu Sengupta, Rundranil Ghosh, Anirban Bhattacharya and Tanushree Chakraborty, the story of the film is inspired by Partha Chatterjee’s book, A Princely Imposter.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali Hindi

Pahari Sanyal, last of the singing stars – Birth anniversary special

Sanyal, born on this day (22 February) 112 years ago, gave up his engineering course to pursue his passion for music.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Most first-time filmmakers go through a phase like Michael: Director Satrajit Sen

Sen says the journey of Michael Khan Sen (from Michael) is actually the story of every struggling filmmaker in the industry.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Nothing new in film world flings, says screen veteran Sabitri Chatterjee

The Bengali actress, who was briefly in a live-in relationship with legendary star Uttam Kumar, turned 80 today.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Madhabi Mukherjee explains why Charulata is a crown, not a burden

On her 76th birthday (she was born on 10 February 1942), the legendary Bengali actress recounted some unforgettable moments from her life.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Bisorjon wins big at Filmfare Awards East 2018

Out of the 14 nominations, Kaushik Ganguly won in four categories, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Best Original Story for Bisorjon.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Ka Kha Ga Gha trailer provides ample moments of laughter

The trailer and music of Dr Krishnendu Chatterjee’s debut film Ka Kha Ga Gha, under the banner of Krishna Movies, were released today.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

When Tagore closed his eyes and Pankaj Mullick ran away

Mullick's only grandson Rajib Gupta speaks about his days of struggle and the turning points in his illustrious composing career of over 30 years.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Aniket Chattopadhyay’s upcoming thriller Kabir to be released on 13 April

Kabir is primarily set on the notorious Mumbai blast of 1993. The plot introspects the psyche of terrorists and ventures to the root of the spread of terrorism.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Review Bengali

Love Via Friendship review: Sanchayan Chakraborty's directorial debut gives nothing but disappointment

There is not a single factor that saves the film, not even Paran Bandopadhyay and Supriyo Dutta’s dedicated performances.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Review Bengali

Noor Jahaan review: An age-old tale of love with a new twist

The film is not just another romantic drama. The treatment of the plot will surprise you.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Drishtikone poster: Prosenjit-Rituparna back in Kaushik Ganguly film

The poster features the profiles of both the protagonists with a sleek look and a significant twist in Chatterjee’s appearance.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Bihaan Sen and Rik Chatterjee launch trailer, music of debut film Antor Shotta

Presented by Sarkar e Motion, the film is expected to be released in the month of March.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Review Bengali

Bhalobasar Bari review: A melodramatic plot with no twist to engage the audience

Despite the values and ideals the film tries to project, the slow pace and predictability of the plot fails to entertain or spread any kind of message whatsoever.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Bengali

Bengali music director Indrajit Dey: Was a challenge to fit songs of diverse genres into Michael

Dey spoke to us about his experience of working with Shafqat Amanat Ali and Rekha Bhardwaj, who lent their voices for Bengali cinema for the first time.

over 4 years ago — Roushni Sarkar