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JAB TUM KAHO: Parvin Dabas Travels to Kolkata Blind Date with Bengali Girl Ambalika Sarkar Looking for Love Again

Ambalika Sarkar

Ambalika Sarkar, who debuts in Bollywood with Jab Tum Kaho, was previously a popular model in Kolkata. Speaking to WBRi, she said she misses Kolkata a lot, as it is her hometown and her family still lives here.

“I like the experience of the making of this film. I was nervous initially and but my director helped me a lot to overcome the difficulties. Overall it was very learning experience. This film will always remain special as it marks my debut in Bollywood.”

Parvin Dabas and Ambalika Sarkar
Ambalika Sarkar and Parvin Dabas shooting for Jab Tum Kaho

Talking of future projects, she said her next project ‘Awesome Mausam’ is coming very soon to theaters. To give 100 percent effort to her work and establish herself as a good actress and cement her position in the industry and make Kolkata proud are her goals. Here's wishing our city girl all the very best for a spectacular career!

Srijit Mukherji's RAJKAHINI (Bengali, 2015): Star Jalsha World Television Premiere

RAJKAHINI World Television Premiere

Mahesh Bhatt has also announced a Hindi remake of Rajkahini with Vidya Balan in the role of Begum Jaan. The Hindi version will be shifted to India-Pakistan international border. The film will mark the Bollywood debut of Srijit Mukherjee. It is already in pre-production and keeping the director busy in Mumbai.

THE BEST SELLER: Suman Maitra’s New Feature Film on Life in Asia's Largest Red-Light District - Trailer, Poster and Back Story

Actress Malobika Banerjee
Malobika Banerjee

After the Bangla movie Doshomi starring Koyel Mallik and Indraneil Sengupta, director Suman Maitra is all set to present audience his next, titled ‘The  Bestseller’. The movie  explores the life in red light area of Kolkata. Presenting the characters talking about their roles, posters, trailer and story of the bold Bengali film.

Belaseshe and Har Har Byomkesh Among Four Bengali Films Selected at International Film Festival of South Asia Toronto (IFFSA)

Devlina Kumar
Devlina Kumar

Bengali film stalwarts Shiboprasad Mukherjee, Nandita roy, Abir Chatterjee, Arinam Sil and Bickram Ghosh along with others came together to announce the selection of four Bengali films at the International Film Festival of South Asia 2016 to be held at Toronto.

IT'S BOSHONTO: New Bangla Movie Music Launch

IT'S BOSONTO New Bangla Movie Songs Music OST Album Launch

Bengali rock-star Rupam Islam grabbed most of the attention for the shutterbugs and selfie hunters at the event. The Fossils frontman has performed the title track of the film. Rupam said, “I love how the song has shaped up. I enjoyed a lot singing it. This song belongs to a genre which I don’t explore much. I am thankful to the director and the music director for having faith in me for this song.”

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