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    Jaatishwar bags 4 National Awards
    Jaatishwar bags 4 National Awards
    Jaatishwar bags 4 National Awards

    Srijit Mukherjee's Jaatishwar won four awards at the 61st National Film Awards, held in the capital recently, leading the Bengali brigade with the most number of awards this year. The awards received were for the Best Music direction to Kabir Suman, Best Playback Singer (Mal...

    'Jaatishwar' has the potential to change perspectives: An Insight
    'Jaatishwar' has the potential to change perspectives: An Insight
    'Jaatishwar' has the potential to change perspectives: An Insight

    It would be ridiculous to confuse Jesse Eisenberg with Mark Zuckerberg, neither do we think of Ben Kigsley when we talk about Mahatma Gandhi, or for that matter, confuse Ajay Devgan with Bhagat Singh! But, with every mention of Anthony Firingee, the face that floats into every B...

    The Premier of 'A Musical of Memories: Jaatishwar'
    The Premier of 'A Musical of Memories: Jaatishwar'
    The Premier of 'A Musical of Memories: Jaatishwar'

    Creating precious new memories at the much awaited premiere screening of the film at Priya Cinema on Thursday evening was ‘Jaatsiwar – A musical of memories’. With a lot at stake, the director-actor duo of Srijit Mukherjee and Prosenjit Chatterjee stepped into ...

    Team ‘Jaatiswar’ comes together for a final knock before release
    Team ‘Jaatiswar’ comes together for a final knock before release
    Team ‘Jaatiswar’ comes together for a final knock before release

    The term ‘musical’ has been loosely attached or rather inappropriately associated with a few films that had hitherto escaped without a genuine justification, while ‘Jaatiswar’ that looks to be one of the most worthwhile Bengali venture of the new year, def...

    Top 5 Directors of Tollywood in 2013: A Year in Review
    Top 5 Directors of Tollywood in 2013: A Year in Review
    Top 5 Directors of Tollywood in 2013: A Year in Review

    A year in Review for Bengali Cinema is always a positive thing for the industry and 2013 has been no different! From within a myriad of films like Shabdo, Rupkatha Noy, Kanamachi, Proloy,C/o Sir, Meghe Dhaka Tara, Mishawr Rahasya, Chander Pahar - the Directors of Tollywood have ...

    Prosenjit felicitated as 'Fashion Icon of Bengal'
    Prosenjit felicitated as 'Fashion Icon of Bengal'
    Prosenjit felicitated as 'Fashion Icon of Bengal'

    On the verge of the release of Srijit Mukherjee’s ‘Jaatiswar’, Prosenjit Chatterjee led the way in style to promote the film at Swabhumi, amidst a flock of audience who aren’t too well versed with Bengali cinema. The occasion was a fashion show that was ...

    Trailer Launch of "Jaatishwar" - Srijit Mukherjee's next
    Trailer Launch of "Jaatishwar" - Srijit Mukherjee's next
    Trailer Launch of "Jaatishwar" - Srijit Mukherjee's next

    Srijit Mukherjee’s Jaatishwar will see Prosenjit Chatterjee play the part of Antony, the famous kabiyal singer. The film is on the lines of a remake of the Uttam Kumar hit film 'Antony Firingi', however it has been shot in a different way. The film is quite a conte...

    Premiere of Mishawr Rahasya
    Premiere of Mishawr Rahasya
    Premiere of Mishawr Rahasya

    Mishawr Rahasya, a film by Srijit Mukherji, premiered recently at a south Kolkata multiplex. The film is based on Sunil Gangopadhyay’s Kakababu series, where we see Kakababu along with his nephew cum assistant Santu go to Egypt to solve a case on their own. They find them...

    'Bakita Byaktigoto' has something different to offer to cine goers
    'Bakita Byaktigoto' has something different to offer to cine goers
    'Bakita Byaktigoto' has something different to offer to cine goers

    Pradipta Bhattacharya of ‘Biswas Nao Korte Paren’ fame got one more feather added to his cap recently with the theatrical release of his documentary inspired feature film “Bakita Byaktigoto”. Ritwik Chakrabarty, who plays the protagonist in the film, see...

    Tridha: "A Girl like ‘Aaheli’ was a character that I longed to play."
    Tridha: "A Girl like ‘Aaheli’ was a character that I longed to play."
    Tridha: "A Girl like ‘Aaheli’ was a character that I longed to play."

    After coming to the spotlight in 2011, there was no looking back for her. Tridha Chowdhury, a micro-biology student from Scottish Church College, tasted success when she was crowned as the winner of Clean & Clear Calcutta Times Fresh Face 2011. She has started her Tollywood journ...