That 'Pujo-Pujo' Feeling by Aritra Dey Clear blue skies laced with cotton clouds. The landscape dotted with waving fluffy white sticks of ‘kash-ful’. The fragrance from ‘shiuli’ flowers and incense sticks creating an inexplicable aroma. The cacophony of conches and ‘dhaks’ reverberating in an orchestra sweeter than Beethoven’s symphony. Add to these
A Silent Protest by Aritra Dey TLR Rating: 9 Reels. The Premise Satyajit Ray's genius was never limited to the boundaries of the Indian sub-continent. Back in 1965, when the auteur was reaching the peak of his cinematic genius, American public broadcasting television PBS requested him to make a short film set in India, but in
An Eternal Flow by Avinaba Chakraborty TLR Rating: 8 Reels. Satyajit Ray is a very common name to all the Indian movie enthusiasts out there. The man who was one of the pioneers of parallel cinema movement and brought international recognition which is still unmatched, is worshiped by many even today in India as
Arise, O Wonderful by Aritra Dey TLR Rating: 7 1/2 Reels. Ask any man or woman hailing from West Bengal about a detective, and most of them, young and old alike, will utter only one name. Bengali literature had given its voracious readers a fair share of detective stories, perhaps more than any other regional language.