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Hena Khan unveils First Look of ‘Lines’ at Cannes

Actress Hina Khan is becoming the talk of the town for her scintillating debut at Cannes. Her red carpet pictures are picked up by leading international media channels at a large scale. Now, that moment has come for which she arrived here. It is the time of her debut film’s...

A game of Deceit

The trailer of ‘Network’ is out in the presence of Saswata Chatterjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Indrajit Mazumder, Rini Ghosh, Anindya Chatterjee and so on. The tale encircles around the reality show which is planned by Abhijit Ganguly aka Saswata Chatterjee to revenge the people who once betrayed him. His closest associates...

Singer Arpita Chakraborty’s songs will be screened at Cannes

Chuni Goswami is her maternal uncle and she is very much a Bengali at heart. Yes, we are talking about the bong-girl and the Bollywood singer Arpita Chakraborty, who grabbed limelight after singing Paisa Yeh Paisa for Madhuri Dixit's voice in the Bollywood movie Total Dhamaal. Not only did the...

Ram Kamal Mukherjee pens an unauthorised biography of India’s first star kid-Sanjay Dutt

According to Mr Ram Kamal Mukherjee’s inner voice, “once a writer, always a writer. He was never gone, he was always there.’’ And finally, the D-day has come, award-winning author and filmmaker announced his latest book ‘Sanjay Dutt - One Man, Many Lives’ which deals with the entire journey...

‘Cakewalk’ director Ram Kamal Mukherjee forays into Bengali film with ‘Rickshawala’

The makers just unveiled the teaser poster of this film. The concept of the poster has designed by Pallavi Nandan  After the favourable outcome of short length Hindi feature film “Cakewalk” and “Season's Greetings”, director Ram Kamal Mukherjee is all set to make his debut in Bengali film “Rickshawala”. The...

Audiences were mesmarized with musical play of “Phalguni”

Dakshinee, courtesy of P.C. Chandra Garden recently organized a musical play of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore titled “Phalguni” at Maple Lawn of P.C. Chandra Garden. Tagore had written “Phalguni”, his unique allegorical play to transcend the fear and pain of death, in 1915. He produced the play in 1916 in the...