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Dhananjoy's story is based on the conviction of Dhananjoy Chatterjee, accused for the gruesome murder of Hetal Parekh, which took place in the year 1990. On the basis of circumstantial ... See full summary »
Mir Afsar Ali,
It is a story of real & simple friendship between two lower primary school student; Bhutu (Broto Banerjee), son of soon-grown-up-rich businessman Laltu Biswas (Shiboprosad Mukherjee) & ... See full summary »
The Violin Player is the story of one day in the life of a Bollywood session violinist who finds expression in an unlikely place. The day unfolds to reveal startling truths about music, art, life and survival.
A series that aims to deliver information across different sex/sexuality related themes. In an honest style with a lot of humor. Featuring a curious 7-year-old boy, Pappu - who shoots the most outrageous questions to his Papa, Anand.
To live a life is a challenge. Just to live, eat, drink and die without any sense of purpose is the reason for which we are born? Without really creating any value in life? Then suddenly a moment comes when Death knocks at the door. Its uncompromising, we all have to face it someday. We cling to this idea of "someday", expecting it to be far off in the future. But reality of life is that it may come to an end at any moment. Death creeps up on us from behind. But are we prepared enough to greet Death with open arms and a broad smile? No, we are not. Then are we scared of it? Yes, most of us are. Rather, all the normal human beings are. Anubrata is not an exception. He is scared of death and wants to live a happy life ever after as we all want. As if there were no death. Life would just go on and on and on. On the contrary, Anubrata is negotiating with it at every point of time, and is utterly confused about his future actions which he thinks will bring him joy in life. What we tend to ...Written by