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Interview - Manoj Mitra : Dramatist, Actor, Director, Producer and Bengali Film Maker

Manoj Mitra talks about the great days of Bengali theater, and the subsequent shift in mass attitude and business decisions that have lead to the downfall of the Bangla Natok. He also expresses hope for a resurgent future, perhaps in a different format.

Interview - Subrat Dutt : Bollywood, Hindi and Bengali Movie Actor

SUBRAT DUTTBengali film actor Subrata Dutta, who has also started to appear in Bollywood flicks as Subrat Dutt, has movies like Bibar (2006), Uttara (2000), Swapner Feriwala (2002), Doshta Dosh (2008), Chaturanga (2008), Tomar Jonyo (2008) in Bengali, and Lajja (2001), Mangal Pandey - The Rising (2005) in Hindi, to his credit.

In an exclusive interview with Mohua Das in The Telegraph, Indian actor Subrat Dutt talks about his award-winning performance in Madholal Keep Walking (2009). "The director Jai Tank had seen my showreel and felt I had a versatile face. It took a month to complete the look test since I was sporting a shaved head after (Suman Mukhopadhyay’s) Chaturanga." says Subrata.

Film-Review : SINS (2005) - Erotic Tale of Passion about Forbidden Love with a Priest

SINS (2005) Bollywood Movie PosterIn spite of the steamy sex scenes increasing in intensity in SINS (BUY DVD), the viewer gets the impression that the carnal relationships portrayed on the silver screen somehow meshes nicely into the storyline, and contributes in a big way to the film actually becoming an emotional thriller and not just a meaty sleaze-fest.

Given that the roles depicting desire are difficult to play, especially for relative newcomers in the star cast, Shiny Ahuja and  Seema Rahmani deliver commendable performances. Shiny Ahuja's alternating fits of lust and fury are carefully done, and Seema Rahmani portrays the entire gamut of emotions from sexual arousal through terror remarkably well.

Palm Springs International Film Festival will showcase five Indian movies

Five films from India have made it to the prestigious “21st Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival” to be held at Palm Springs (California, USA) from January 5-18.

These films include “Dev. D” (Hindi, Anurag Kashyap), “The Man Beyond the Bridge” (Konkani, Laxmikant Shetgaonkar), “The Sun Behind the Clouds: Tibet's Struggle for Freedom” (English, Ritu Sarin &Tenzing Sonam), “Thanks Maa” (Hindi, Irfan Kamal), and “Well Done Abba” (Hindi, Shyam Benegal).

Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (2010) Tamil Movie - A R Rahman launches music of new Tamil film at BAFTA in London

Tamil Movie ReviewMusic of upcoming Tamil romance film “Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa” was reportedly launched in a reception at BAFTA in London.

Oscar winner musician A. R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire), who provided the soundtrack, reportedly addressed the gathering on the occasion while artists featured on the soundtrack performed live, including Naresh Iyer (Rang De Basanti). Musician Blaaze (Couples Retreat) and actors Simbu and Trisha Krishnan were also present.

Barnali Saha's Original Review of 3 IDIOTS (2009) Bollywood Hindi Movie

3 Idiots - WBRi Kolkata TubeChetan Bhagat's Five Point Someone (Buy the book online ) may not be called a literary masterpiece, but it sure is entertaining with its guffaws and its Indianized English. I read the book a while back, and I was highly impressed by the author's straightforward and vitriolic views about the sagacious education system. Bhagat had introduced Ryan Oberoi to play the role of the rebel, an anarchist who wanted to do away with the grumpy system of education  prevailing in India. Ryan was never his protagonist; he simply played the second fiddle in the book. It was Hari, the mundane narrator of the book who was the hero. But things turned topsy-turvy when Bollywood walked into the scene to dramatize the already dramatic story of Five Point Someone.  And then when in the book everything went happily ever after with the three idiots, namely Ryan, Hari, and Alok, Bollywood begot its own idiots Farhaan (R. Madhavan), Raju (Sharmaan Joshi) and Rancho (Aamir Khan)the great for its new cinematic endeavor 3 Idiots .

Ben Kingsley with Amitabh Bachchan and R Madhavan in TEEN PATTI (2010) Hindi Movie - Trailer

TEEN PATTI Upcoming Bollywood Hindi Movie Poster

Teen Patti is a Bollywood Hindi movie with an expected releae date of Feb 12, 2010.

Synopsis (from Official site):

Set in India and England, and starring two of the greatest living acting legends of our times - czar of the Indian film industry, Amitabh Bachchan and Academy Awards Winner Ben Kingsley - Teen Patti is an emotionally riveting and razor sharp thriller about greed, deception and giant feats of imagination. Relayed against the backdrop of modern India - made internationally beloved following the success of Slumdog Millionaire, Teen Patti is one of the most fascinating new films to emerge from Asia, its themes and narrative are so profoundly particular to India that it is ultimately transcendent and therefore universal in its appeal.

My Name Is Khan (2010) Sajda Complete Song Full Promo Video Trailer

My Name Is Khan (2010) Poster

SAJDA - Hindi film song music video promo from upcoming Bollywood movie My Name Is Khan.

Paan Singh Tomar (2010) Hindi Movie - Web Series Trailer Launch


Paan Singh Tomar was a national sports hero, and ruled the steeple chase event for seven years. He was also a patriot, serving with the Indian Army. His story then becomes strange - he went to the infamous Chambal valley and became a bad guy. He was eventually shot and killed.

Tapas Dutta's Ei Mon Tomake Dilam (2010) Bengali Movie releasing Jan 8, 2010

Ei Mon Tomake Dilam is a forthcoming Kolkata Bangla film written and directed by Tapas Dutta.

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