Satyajit Ray
Entertainment  /  Published 17.10.20

Soumitra: The Master’s Son

By Bitan Sikdar in

Calcutta  /  Published 04.09.20

Bhanu turns 100

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By Souvik Das in

Entertainment  /  Published 03.09.20

Tribute to Ray’s Calcutta trilogy

Director Saptaswa Basu is set to start the shoot of his second feature film Pratidwandi, a crime thriller with the medical profession as the backdrop. “This film is not a copy, remake, reinterpr...
By Arindam Chatterjee in

Opinion  /  Published 29.08.20

Unique charm: The allure of Feluda

Sir — It is not everyday that a news in the entertainment section of the newspaper alarms people. Recently, I read that popular medical dramas like Grey’s Anatomy are going to re...
By The Telegraph in

Opinion  /  Published 25.08.20

Feluda and Co.: Satyajit Ray and his Twilight Men

The shadows cast by the Twilight Men get deeper as we turn the pages of Aro Ak Dojon. We meet Batikbabu — furtive, eccentric, the laughing stock of gloomy, rainy Darjeeling. He has psychic ...
By Uddalak Mukherjee in

Calcutta  /  Published 13.07.20

'Ray of hope' in Puja canvas

The pandemic is bringing Satyajit Ray and Durga puja together on British soil. London Sharad Utsav (LSU), one of the biggest pujas of England, has announced the theme for their 11th edition -– A...
By Sudeshna Banerjee in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 30.06.20

Precious resources: Mining in Cook Islands

Sir — It is unfortunate that at a time when activists are urging authorities to protect the environment, the government of Cook Islands is planning to allow mining operators to mine manganese an...
By The Telegraph in

West Bengal  /  Published 18.12.19

Hunger strike over SRFTI fees

Six students of the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) are on an indefinite hunger strike demanding that the admission test be put on hold till the entrance test fees are reduced and t...
By Our Special Correspondent in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 11.01.19

Calcutta's gruesome public art

Statuary and public art are proliferating in the city. Most of these are scary. In this column I will try to arrange them in an ascending order of horror, in the classic Aristotelian sense. Horror, Ar...
By Chandrima S. Bhattacharya in

West Bengal  /  Published 30.12.18

Self-belief mistaken as arrogance

To some, he was a maverick maestro. A maestro Mrinal Sen certainly was, considering the weight and quality of his oeuvre. However, the term maverick hardly denotes the essence of his creative personal...
By Someswar Bhowmik in


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