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The captain: (L-R) Director Ravi Kinnagi, Jeet and producer-director Boney Kapoor at the music release of the Jeet-Shrabanti starrer Deewana at ITC Fortune Select Loudon on Wednesday evening. Deewana is the trio’s — Kinnagi, Jeet and Shrabanti — fifth film together. “Jeet and Shrabanti as a pair are loved by the masses and they’ve matured as a couple. I’m hoping their fans love the film,” said Kinnagi. Kapoor dropped by to wish them luck. Jeet is the captain of Bengal Tiger (in the Celebrity Cricket League) owned by Sridevi’s hubby. Produced by Reliance Entertainment, Deewana releases on January 18. (Rashbehari Das)


His & her: Rahul is Samadarshi, a writer; Arunima Ghosh is Anindita, a scientist. They are husband and wife in Subrata Sen’s thriller Punglingo Strilingo, but all is not well between them. Why? “Because Anindita is very successful and Samadarshi is not. But that’s not the crisis.... there’s something else which I cannot reveal because it’s a thriller!” smiled Arunima. On Wednesday afternoon, the duo were shooting in a Bypass residence. (Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya)


Honeymoon couple: Locket Chatterjee and Shaheb Chatterjee at the music launch of Alok Roy’s Honeymoon at Jamuna Banquets. “Honeymoon is a thriller. Shaheb and I play husband and wife. We tie the knot but everything goes wrong during our honeymoon by the sea,” said Locket. Honeymoon releases today.(Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya)





Two women: Rituparna Sengupta and Sohini Sengupta are back together 12 years after Paromitar Ekdin, for Shiboprosad Mukhopadhyay-Nandita Roy’s Aleek Sukh. The duo are seen here shooting a hospital sequence in Shree Narayan Studio, Joka. “It’s great to be back on the sets with Sohini. She is a tremendous actress,” said Rituparna who plays housewife Rambhani in Aleek Sukh. (Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya)


Ordinary lives: Roopa Ganguly and Rajatava Dutta play a middle-aged couple in Rana Basu’s debut film Namte Namte, based on Dibyendu Palit’s story Trata. “Namte Namte revolves around an ordinary middle-class family and their survival against all odds,” said Basu. Namte Namte is slated to release in February.

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