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Interview - Bengali Actress Meghna Halder: "Bangla Movie Ei Raat Tomar Amar" has taken a separate place in my filmography

Meghna Halder, the Bengali actress who is known for her Bollywood flicks Mere ‘Hum Safar’ with Siddharth Koirala and ‘Take Off’ Rajpal Yadav and Kaji Toukir, is once again ready to put the screen on fire along with the very handsome Priyangshu Chatterjee with thier upcoming film ‘Ei Raat Tomar Amar’. Meghna also has a brilliant filmography in Bengali film industry which includes films like ‘Shapmochon’ with Jishu, ‘Sathihara’ with superstar Jeet, critically acclaimed movie Barrage 86 and many more. The actress speaks her heart out about the film, the bold scenes, her experience working with Priyanshu and more

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                                     Meghna in Ei Raat toma r Amar.


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Actor-Film Maker Biswajit Chatterjee on his New Movie on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (WBRi Interview)

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Biswajit Chatterjee directing a shot for his biopic on Netaji

Bollywood icon Biswajit Chattterjee who wooed the audience with his killer looks and brilliant performances in Hindi films like ‘Bees Saal baad’, ‘Night in London’ and ‘Aasra’ is excited about his dream project - a Biopic on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Biswajit Chatterjee captured the first shot of the movie on 23rd January, the birth anniversary of the great Indian leader. Chatterjee took out time for WBRi correspondent Jyoti Prakash Mandal in spite of his busy schedule and spoke at length about his dream project. Excerpts:

Biswajit and Ira Chatterjee with children Prosenjit, Pryma and Pallavi at the Chatterjee Family Durga Puja - WBRi Exclusive


Interview: Subhrajit Mitra on his new Bangla movie CHORABALI (2016) - Exclusive

Subhrajit MitraIn an exclusive WBRi audio interview, the remarkable young Kolkata-based film-maker Subhrajit Mitra returns to WBRi to talk about his new Bengali feature film “Chorabali”. After outstanding documentaries, Subhrajit debuted with his intellectually stimulating feature film Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited (2008) and followed up with AGUNPAKHI The Phoenix (2010). His next project was "DUI BON", a Indian-Bangladeshi joint venture, was adapted from the Tagore story to feature Tagore himself, Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Subhrajit's WANGALA on Garo tribes in the North-eastern Himalayan foothills was well appreciated in the international film festival circuit. He had also been commissioned for six documentaries by Doordarshan, and has made a full 52-episode television series in collaboration with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).



DARK CHOCOLATE Bengali Film Actress Mahima Chaudhury: "Understanding Indrani Mukherjee was most challenging" (Interview)

Mahima Choudhary
Actress Mahima Choudhary

Bollywood actress Mahima Chaudhury was recently in Kolkata to attend the Poster launch of her debut Bengali film “Dark Chocolate” based on the controversial Sheena Bora Murder Case. The “Pardes” actress is playing the role of Indrani Mukherjee, the prime accused in the murder case.


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