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3 Cheers for the Ghosts in "BHOOTER BHABISHYAT" - Entertainment at it's best! A Bengali Movie Review by Nilanjan N.


"BHOOTER BHOBISHYOT":  I can very easily announce that I've definitely watched (one of) the finest Bengali movie this afternoon in recent times, and hopefully the BEST in the last two or three years.
What is a film made up of? What makes a movie tick?

Great directors from the commercial and not-so-commercial genre, both have agreed on one single point.

The script; the storytelling. It is the singular object in a 'flick' that makes the cash registers at the box-office jingle and also fills up the heart of the movie buff  with a feel-good jelly, that definitely tastes yummy!

What Aneek Dutta, the director of this film actually did; he has played the role of a storyteller to the tee! Storytelling, that has made masters from Charles Dickens to Stephen King into legendary authors, makes "BHOOTER BHOBISHYOT", the Bengali super-fun flick into an entertainment package that packs a solid punch and scores a perfect 10!

India's National Film Development Corp. (NFDC) and Shemaroo Release Classic Movies on Home Video

Mumbai, April 3, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Titles under the Cinemas of India launched on DVDs & VCDs include the cult classic Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron by Kundan Shah, Ketan Mehta’s rustic Mirch Masala, the multi-ensemble Party by Govind Nihalani, Sudhir Mishra’s Dharavi and the satirical take on the modern-day Devdas in Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda by Shyam Benegal.

Bal Hanuman 4: Attack of the Universe (2012) 3D Animation Film To Enthrall Kids

Mumbai, April 3, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Astute Media Vision’s latest Animation Film“Bal Hanuman 4-Attack of the Universe” is now ready to enthrall the kids all over, according to a press note. It is produced & directed by Pankaj Sharma

YRF Ke Khiladis – Have You Chosen Your Favorite?

Mumbai, April 3, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) The digital platform of Yash Raj Films seems to be on a roll. First they celebrated a Valentine Love Fest and then they came up with a Gamerz Gateway. The latest innovation up their block is ‘YRF Ke Khiladi’.

WBRi Movie Review - Blood Money (2012) Hindi Film: Kunal Khemu's Sincere Act in Vishal Mahadkar's Debut Bollywood Thriller

Blood Money (2012) Bollywood Hindi Movie Poster

Kolkata, April 2, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) Bollywood has always been fortunate to have bright and talented child actors, who have portrayed pivotal roles in several films over the years. The memorable classic, ‘Masoom’ (1983), stands as a fine example in this regard, since the movie had starred two extremely promising (not to mention sweet!) young actors, Jugal Hansraj and Urmila Matondkar. The latter, in particular, had gone on to become one of the top leading ladies in the Hindi film industry. This trend has continued among the current generation of Bollywood actors too, with noted child artists Hansika Motwani (of ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ fame) and Kunal Khemu (who had looked oh-so-sweet in films like ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyaar Ke’ and ‘Raja Hindustani’) looking to hit the big league as the leading actors in their films. However, the road to stardom has not been uniformly even for either of this two young actors. In particular, Kunal Khemu, who had a promising start in the 2005-hit ‘Kalyug’ and did more than a decent job in the fantastically made ‘Traffic Signal’ (2007), has repeatedly tended to hit road-blocks in the form of forgettable ventures (‘Superstar’, ‘Jai Veeru’ and the likes!). Khemu’s last movie, ‘Golmaal 3’, however, was a huge hit (although he was part of an ensemble cast there!) and the actor now looks to gain greater consistency at the box-office with his brand new flick, ‘Blood Money’. Can the movie, directed by first-timer Vishal Mahadkar, really establish Kunal Khemu as a frontline star in Bollywood? While the actor delivers a nice performance, the script lets him down!

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