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Producer Prosenjit celebrates his television outing. More applause for Goutam Ghose’s Moner Manush

Serial success: Prosenjit threw a bash to celebrate the 150-episode run of Gaaner Oparey — the STAR Jalsha mega serial produced by his company Ideas — at The Park. The Tolly star is ready with his second venture Takkar, a reality show for Rupashi Bangla. “After the super success of Gaaner Oparey we decided to try non-fiction. Ideas has always tried to do something different and we will continue to do so,” promised Prosenjit, before playing host with wife Arpita by his side Gaaner Oparey cast members Gaurav, Indrasish and Arjun stuck together throughout the party “When I joined Gaaner Oparey, I couldn’t read Bangla properly but now I can and really well,” smiled Mimi (above), who plays the female lead in Gaaner Oparey. Pictures by Aranya Sen
Golden moments: The Confederation of Indian Industry feted Goutam Ghose and Prosenjit for Moner Manush’s Golden Peacock win at the 41st International Film Festival of India with a star-studded event at The Oberoi Grand. “The award for Moner Manush is a moment of pride for all of us in Bengal,” said Sanjay Budhia, past chairman, CII (Eastern Region). “Distributors initially released Moner Manush in a handful of halls, thinking that it’s a niche film. But the demand went up from the third week and the film was released in a lot of other theatres,” said Prosenjit, who plays Lalan Fakir in the Indo-Bangladesh co-production. “Moner Manush is doing well in both Bangladesh and Bengal. I have always maintained that Bengali films have an overseas market. This is just the beginning. I hope we can release our films in Bangladesh in future,” said Ghose. Pictures by Aranya Sen
Sanjay Budhia felicitates Goutam Ghose Prosenjit greets guests P.K. Banerjee and Sandip Ray. Also in the front row are Sunil Gangopadhyay and Usha Uthup Podokkhep director Suman Ghosh catches up with Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and Tanmoy Bose

 

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