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WBRi Movie Review: ROYAL BENGAL RAHASHYA (2011) Feluda Series Bengali Film by Sandip Ray

Royal Bengal Rohosso (2011): Return Of The Royal Bengal Sleuth

Sandip Ray, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Saheb Bhattacharya
The director, Feluda & Topshe at the premiere (full WBRi premiere report is available here)

Calcutta, Dec 23, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) Certain filmmakers believe in aggressively marketing their movies simply to ensure a decent opening at the box-office. A smaller and more elite group of directors do not believe in overt publicity gimmicks and are quietly confident in the quality of the films they make. Sandip Ray, one of premier members of the latter group of movie-makers, has always made it a point that his films would be low on cheap promotional stunts and rich in terms of content and style. Indeed, his expertise and eye for detail have immensely helped ‘Brand Feluda’ attain the immensely popular stature that it currently enjoys. While there have been odd aberrations (read: ‘Tintoretor Jishu’), Ray’s movies about the master detective have generally been well-crafted and quite brilliantly portrayed onscreen.

From the very day the director announced that he would be making ‘Royal Bengal Rohosso’, the anticipation and expectation about the film among cine-goers had been sky-high. So, has ‘Feluda’ been able to create magic yet again? Well, in most parts!

Read the complete Bengali Movie review and watch the trailer of Royal Bengal Rohoshyo (2011) on WBRi.


Royal Bengal Rohossho (2011) Feluda Series Bengali Movie Premieres in Calcutta

Royal Bengal Rohossho (2011) Bengali Film Poster - Wallpaper

Sandip Ray, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Saheb Bhattacharya

Bengali Actress Gargi Roychowdhury

Royal Bengal Rahassho Bengali Feluda Movie Release

Royal Bengal Rahashya (2011) new Feluda Movie poster - wallpaper

Calcutta, Dec 23, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) The premiere show of the latest film of the celebrated ‘Feluda’ franchise was held at Priya Cinemas on Friday, the 23rd of December. As befitted the release of a much-anticipated, big-budget Sandip Ray film, the evening was a starry affair, with almost the entire cast and crew of the movie attending the show, along with several other actors and noted dignitaries from the Bengali movie fraternity. The screening of the movie was slated to start at 6:45 pm and it was a pleasant surprise to see all the big names and star guests arrive well in advance of scheduled show time.

Read all about the premiere and check out all of our exclusives pictures.

Subrata Bhattacharya and Saheb Bhattacharya

Anupam Roy

Saheb Bhattacharya

Dipankar De

Royal Bengal Rahassho Bengali Feluda Movie Release

Tollywood Kolkata Bengali Movie Poster - Wallpaper : Royal Bengal Rahassho (2011)

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Dwitiya Basanta (2006) Director Returns with Swastika Mukherjee - Abir Chatterjee in ASHBO AREK DIN (2012) Bengali Movie

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Calcutta, Dec 23, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) Abir Chatterjee (interview) - the currently ruling Bomkesh Bakshi of Tollywood - is finally appearing as the male lead in a film that stars Swastika Mukherjee (interview) as the heroine.

Aashbo Aar Ekdin went to floors recently, and also stars Rupa Ganguly, Arindam Sil, Gaurav Chakraborty, Aloknanda Roy, Ridhima Ghosh and more.

The film is written and produced by Kalyan Bose and directed by Abhijit Dasgupta. This is the second feature film directed by Dasgupta - his debut film Dwitiya Basanta (2006) [Buy Bengali Film on DVD in USA] starring Rituparna Sengupta, Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Shilajit received mixed response but won Rituparna a BFJA Best Actress Award.

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SECTOR V (2012) Bengali Movie Wraps Up Shooting, Release Expected Valentine's Day 2012

Still from Tollywood Kolkata Bengali Movie

Kolkata, December 23, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio/ Penning Creations) Compromises with lifestyle, values and relationships; just to save that coveted job has become a way of life in today’s corporate world and this has been identified as the central theme of Souryadip Banerjee’s directorial debut - Sector V. With an aim to excite the young adventurous minds and attach great commercial value to this venture, the entire cast and crew has put in their heart and soul into making this new age movie and the sets of the last day shoot bore testimony to their dedication and love for good cinema.

Organized in the premises of United School of Business in Salt Lake, the last day of the shoot saw the presence of eminent actor Arijit Dutta (Dadul) accompanied by silver screen star Suman Halder, one movie old Apaala and other new and upcoming artists. The last remaining shots were completed with Dadul, Suman (as Rajat) and others giving their final touches to the murder mystery.  Apaala (as Chandrima) and other members of the crew also had their parts to play on the day to conclude the complete sequence.

The plot (not to mar the suspense) is based on the inside story of a pharma company where the harsh decisions of the top bosses do great damage to the career aspirations of a bright young scientist (Rajat) who, as a result loses his sense of judgment and falls into the company of drug mafias thus putting his career, love life and two precious lives at stake. Evident from the directors passionate efforts to give each take the perfect finish, this thriller with suspense, romance, drama and mystery all woven in one, gave us onlookers hopes of good entertainment in the Valentine’s week when the movie is expected to release.

Suraiya, Aapala as well as Suman, while speaking to the media were all praises for Souryadip. The wonderful friendly atmosphere and learning experience that they got from the director evidently stood out as the most cherished memories as well as experience for the entire cast and crew. Elaborating more on Souryadip’s dedication, Suman revealed that he even used to get calls from the director posing as Prof. Mallick threatening Rajat (Suman) of firing him from the job. Aapala on the other hand spoke at length about the director’s patience and faith in her which all the more helped in doing justice to her role.

Overall, the entire crew present in the sets seemed to be quite excited about the whole presentation. Under the able guidance of the director and ‘no questioning’ support of the producer everybody seemed to be very comfortable with their roles and confident about doing justice to their characters.

With the golden editing touches from Arghyagaman Mitra and soulful music from Biplab Chakraborty, Sector V comes with lots of promises for the Gen Y of Bengal. All set to connect with the audience, Sector V promises to draw the youth to the theaters in the Valentines week.

Watch an slideshow of exclusive pictures from the last day of shooting of the new Tollywood Kolkata Bengali Movie "Sector V".



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