Blog Entry

Dr. Sudeshna Basu to Present Tagore Beyond Artistic Borders at Asia Society Washington

Washington DC, May 7, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) The Indian Embassy and Asia Society will jointly host Tagore Beyond Artistic Borders - an Evening of Rabindranath Tagore featuring musical performance and panel discussion at Asia Society Washington on May 12, 2011.

Locket Chatterjee & Abhishek as College Students in OGO BIDESHINI (2011) - Bengali Movie Review

[Abhishek Chatterjee, Sohini and Joy Mukherjee launch Ogo Bideshini soundtrack album at premiere in Kolkata]
[Abhishek Chatterjee, Sohini and Joy Mukherjee launch Ogo Bideshini soundtrack album at premiere in Kolkata]
Abhishek Chatterjee, Sohini Pal and Joy Mukherjee launch Ogo Bideshini soundtrack album at premiere in Kolkata

Calcutta, May 7, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) Imagine the story beginning with actor Abhishek Chatterjee and actress Locket Chatterjee playing college students! They play Rwik and Saoli respectively. Saoli is in love with Rwik and is obsessed with him though he only considers her to be a close friend.

Read the complete Bengali movie review on Washington Bangla Radio.

DEV-Koel: Listen to JANE MON TUI JIBON Song from Paglu (Bengali, 2011)

Calcutta, May 7, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) Tollywood hero DEV and Bengali actress Koyel continue their gyrations in spectacular locations in Switzerland in the Bengali film song Jane Mon Tui Jibon from Paglu.

Shawn Ku’s Beautiful Boy to Premiere in USA

Los Angeles, May 07, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Following its award-winning Canadian premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, Goldrush Entertainment’s “Beautiful Boy” made its US debut at the 5th annual Dallas International Film Festival (IFF).

Describing Shawn Ku’s directorial masterpiece as the next “big” film, Festival director James Faust selected Beautiful Boy to be the festival’s “Centerpiece”, an honor previously granted to “The Hurt Locker” and “Winter’s Bone”, movies that ultimately went on to win Academy Awards.

Sabina Shamdasani's Dada Ji

[Sabina Shamdasani (center) on the set of her film 'Dada Ji']Los Angeles, CA, May 05, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Independent short film ‘Dada Ji’ has a new audience - worldwide. On April 7 the movie was released on the popular video viewing website YouTube, and writer/director Sabina Shamdasani coudn’t be happier.

“I’m thrilled to have ‘Dada Ji’ as a part of the Youtube community,” says Shamdasani. “When we launched the movie’s website, we wanted as many people as possible to see the movie via DVD purchases and video downloads. But in order to maximize our audience, we had to make it more accessible through a site like YouTube.”


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