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A Book Definitely For Keeps

Monojit Lahiri’s take on Dadamoni: The life and times of Ashok Kumar by Nabendu Ghosh.  

Hiralal: A rare biopic on a pioneer of Indian cinema

The fascinating life of Hiralal Sen probably needed more visual flair, writes Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri

Prem Tame: Love’s Labour Lost

Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri writes that an inspired final act and a brilliant soundtrack cannot overcome the shortcomings of vapid ...

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9th Jagran Film Festival Unveils Diverse New Categories

The Jagran Film Festival (JFF) is more than just cinema...

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Bioscopewala

Call him the Kabuliwala ...

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Bangladesh Film Festival 2018 held in Kolkata

This is the first time in recent public memory that a film festival was organized officially between Bangladesh and West Bengal. The Bangladesh Film Festival, which was hel...

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Women Of Music

The multi-talented Purva Naresh, brings her knowledge of dance, music and drama into her productions. Her latest play Bandish 20-20,000Hz is the third of a trilog...

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FICCI Frames 2017: India-Canada Co-Production Partnership In Film Making Spelt Out

MUMBAI, 21 March, 2017: In the session on ‘Partnership in Progress: Indo- Canadian Co-Productions’ at FICCI FRAMES 2107, the spotlight was on the mysteries asso...

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Her Name Was Gauhar

There is little documentation about India’s great performing artistes and even less about the women.

The tawaifs, despite their talent and refinement had the ...

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I Love Making Women-Centric Films: Shoojit Sircar.

In Kolkata for the DVD release of debutant director Anindya Chatterjee’s Open Tee Bioscope, a Bengali movie he produced, Shoojit Sircar opens up about his love for wo...

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