(Rs 299, MusicWorld) A personal favourite of Ritwik Ghatak, Komal Gandhar is the story of a theatre group's struggle to keep the show going and the complex relationship among troupe members. This 1961 film is a multi-layered exploration of the choices that Supriya Chowdhury as Anasuya must make between her country and a life abroad, between responsibility and escape.
Biz Quiz 2005
(The Oberoi Grand, 3 pm, June 4) The Telegraph and Businessworld present the battle of wits in the corporate world. Organised by Indian Institute of Management's Calcutta Alumni Association.
The CCFC M.T.T.V. Expose 48/14 (CC&FC, 7.30 pm, May 31) Usha Uthup steers this satire on TV shows and contemporary issues. Presented by Spandan, the show features a journalist interviewing politicians and celebrities, a fashion show, a surprise item with actors June and Arindam Sil, and some music by the singer.