Tarak is a professional foley artist whose obsession with creating sound effects for films makes him oblivious to all the talking around him. As his family and friends struggle to cope up ... See full summary »
The film is based on the lives of Bengali's across the world, especially on those settled abroad. It attempts to delineate the pain and dilemma of Bengali's estranged from their places of ... See full summary »
Mir Afsar Ali,
A rib-tickling comedy about a group of spirits who, in their various idiosyncrasies, try and save their only haunt, their resting place, when some unscrupulous builders try and break it down to build a modern monstrosity.
The film moves around two old school friends, Jeet (Parambrata Chattopadhyay) and Raj (Rudranil Ghosh) who coincidentally came across each after a quite a while. While Jeet, a associate in ... See full summary »
A very much experienced police detective Mr. Shabor Dasgupta (Actor-Saswata Chatterjee) is assigned to do the task of solving the mystery of the murder of Mitali Ghosh (Actress-Swastika ... See full summary »
This is a story about four friends, Hari, Shekhar, Ashim, and Sanjay. They studied at the same school. Ashim studied to be a doctor, but decided to never pursue that profession. Sanjay ... See full summary »
The plot revolves around three lives - a superstar, a young director and a theatre actress - and how their coming together during the process of making a film, changes them forever. The ... See full summary »
"A love letter to Calcutta," declares Mainak. "It's about a typical Bengali family of dadu (grandfather), parents and three brothers and their love interests. Then there's the Marwari ... See full summary »
It is difficult to pinpoint where fiction begins and facts end in this film. The two are intimately intertwined in this marvelous piece of cinematography, involving the nostalgic memories of a schoolboy, who grows up in a dysfunctional but wholly realistic and believable family. Not that the schoolboy is ideal. He is also selfish, self-centered and full of insecurities. Although shot on a shoe-string budget, with hardly any outdoor shots, the talent of Anjan Dutta shines through again. All the the actors and actresses masterfully perform their roles. Each character in the film has a quirk, a personal ghost, a weakness, which are never hidden or glossed over. And of course, Anjan never shows himself in an idealistic, holier-than-thou persona. He is honest and brusque in the roles he portrays, which are often negative.
This film is surely a pleasure to watch.
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