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Sunday, January 23, 2022

Bengali Film Gu Kaku - The Potty Uncle

 This is the first time that two of the best actors of two Bengals are going to work in one film. Ritwick Chakraborty and Mosharraf Karim will be seen in new director Manish Basu's new film 'Gu Kaku - The Potty Uncle'.

The film is basically a social satire. This is clearly understood in the statement of director Manish. In his words, “I don't want to tell the story of the picture in detail right now. In short. A marginalized person, how his absence can destroy the whole social system, will come up in the film. It was as if he had returned to everyone with a flute. After his return, it is understood how much he is needed by everyone in the society, rich and poor, irrespective of class.The crisis created by the coming and not coming of this ‘Gu Kaku’ reaches its final stage for the benefit of people from all walks of life. People leave the area if they can. This crisis belongs to the rich-poor-middle class. And that is the picture. "

It has been learned that prominent Bangladeshi actor Mosharraf Karim is playing the role of 'Gu Kaku'. Ritwik Chakraborty in a very interesting character called 'Navakumar Shikari'. The director wrote this character thinking of him. And Aparajita Ghosh as Ritwik's wife. Pictures with unsuccessful cast. Other important characters are Paran Bandyopadhyay, Shantilal Mukhopadhyay, Tanushree Chakraborty, Sushmita Chattopadhyay, Jayi Debray, Payal Mukhopadhyay, Amit Saha, Biswajit Sarkar and Mishka Halim.

The story of the film is basically in the context of the nineties. Director Manish has made advertisements before. He was once involved in the media, but this is his first feature film. Like Ritwik Chakraborty, he was originally from Barakpur. His close contact with the actor has been in the entertainment world since before. As a result, he had long wanted to work with the priest. Eventually the wish is going to be fulfilled. If all goes well, the shooting will start on February 24.

Joy B. Ganguly of 'Mojo Productions' produced the film. Raja Narayan will be in charge of the music of 'Gu Kaku'. Basudev Chakraborty will handle the cinematography.

Actress Pori Moni Pregnant And Got Married


Pori Moni in the title again. Bangladeshi actress completed her social marriage while pregnant. Pori Moni, who is four months pregnant, started her married life with Shariful Raj.

The two met while working on Gias Uddin Selim's 'Gunin'. Then love. The marriage took place on October 16 last year. Recently, Pori Moni said that she is going to be a mother. At that time, Pori Moni told the media that she and Raj first told the two families about their relationship. After that the family got married at Raj's house in Aftabnagar, Dhaka. However, the actress had already hinted that the wedding would take place again.

On Friday evening, a haldi ceremony was held. That picture went viral on social media. There were 20 guests in all Raj and Pori family members and relatives were present at the ceremony. Three directors Chayanika Chowdhury, Gias Uddin Selim and Redwan Rony were present on the occasion. The question now arises in the minds of many, if you got married on October 16 last year, then why again? Pori Moni replied, "It was like a doll's wedding that day. There was no arrangement. Many of my and Raj's family members did not know. So we got married again as brides and grooms.”

Saturday, January 22, 2022

Mahua Roychowdhury Son Tamal Chakraborty Biography and Profile


Tamal Chakraborty Biography and Profile

Son of actress Mahua Roychowdhury

Date of Birth: 24 September 1977. 
Mahua's date of birth was also on 24 September

Academic Qualification: Automobile Engineering

Profession: Music arrangement, keyboard programming and music director for film and TV.
Previously worked in Pune Automobile firm for three years.

Tamal's opinion on being a star kid: "Nothing very positive...People probably expected me to be an actor. But I've grown out of that and started a fresh.

Notable Works of Tamal Chakraborty

2017: Music arranger of song "Tomaye Chhute Chaowar Muhurtora" for Anindya Bose (Bangla Band Sohor) album 'Jokhon'.
Middle One is Tamal

Singer,Composer, Lyricist of Award Winning Bengali short film 'Flames'.
Starring Arjun Chakrabarty, Darshana Banik, Amit Saha, Arindom Ghosh, Anamik Saha

2018: Music Director of film 'E Tumi Kemon Tumi'

2021: Music Director of Bangladeshi film 'Raat Jaga Phool '

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Top 10 Best Movies Of Dhritiman Chatterjee


Dhritiman Chatterjee began his acting career in 1970 in Satyajit Ray's Pratidwandi. Most of his acting work has been in India's "parallel", or independent, cinema with filmmakers such as Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen and Aparna Sen. He has also worked in English films with well-known filmmakers such as Deepa Mehta and Jane Campion.

Here are top 10 Best movies of Dhritiman Chatterjee

Pratidwandi (1970)


Dhritiman Chatterjee as Siddhartha
Joysree Roy as Keya
Krishna Bose
Indira Devi
Kalyan Chowdhury
Debraj Roy
Biplab Chatterjee

Pratidwandi is a 1970 Indian Bengali drama film written and directed by Satyajit Ray based on the novel by Sunil Gangopadhyay. Pratidwandi tells the story of Siddharta, an educated middle-class man caught up in the turmoil of social unrest. Corruption and unemployment are rampant, and Siddhartha cannot align himself with either his revolutionary activist brother or his career-oriented sister.

Padatik (1973)

Directed by: Mrinal Sen
Starring: Dhritiman Chatterjee, Simi Garewal, Bijon Bhattacharya, Pravash Sarkar
Music by: Ananda Shankar

Story of the film

Dhritiman Chatterjee plays a young political activist who escapes a prison van and takes shelter in a posh apartment owned by a sensitive young woman (Simi Garewal). In this film we see Kolkata as in the early 1970s, a place filled with chaos and history. All of it lurches into a dark future portrayed in scattered fragments. This film finds Mrinal Sen taking up salient issues amid a period of political turmoil. 

36 Chowringhee Lane (1981)

Directed by: Aparna Sen
Written by: Aparna Sen
Produced by: Shashi Kapoor


Jennifer Kendal as Violet Stoneham, the Anglo-Indian school teacher
Debashree Roy as Nandita Roy, Violet's former student
Dhritiman Chatterjee as Samaresh, Nandita's boyfriend
Geoffrey Kendal as Eddie Stoneham
Soni Razdan as Rosemary, Violet's niece
Sanjana Kapoor as young Violet
Karan Kapoor as Davie
Ruma Guha Thakurta as Nandita's mother

Akaler Shandhaney (1982)

Directed by: Mrinal Sen
Starring Dhritiman Chatterjee
Smita Patil
Gita Sen
Rajen Tarafdar
Sreela Mazumder
Radhamohan Bhattachariya
Jayanta Chowdhury
Dipankar De
Jochhan Dastidar

Story of the film

In September 1980, a film crew comes to a village to make a film about a famine, which killed five million Bangalis in 1943. It was a man made famine, a side-product of the war, and the film crew will create the tragedy of those millions who died of starvation. The film documents the convivial life among the film crew and the hazards, problems and tension of film making on location. The actors live a double life, and the villagers, both simple and not-so-simple, flock to watch their work with wonder and suspicion. But as the film progresses, the recreated past begins to confront the present. The uneasy coexistence of 1943 and 1980 reveals bizarre connection, involving a village woman whose visions add a further dimension of time—that of future. A disturbing situation, indeed, for the "famine-seekers"! 

Dhritiman Chatterjee portrayed the role of director in this film

Ganashatru (1989)

Directed by Satyajit Ray. It is an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's 1882 play An Enemy of the People

Starring Soumitra Chatterjee
Ruma Guha Thakurta
Mamata Shankar
Dhritiman Chatterjee
Bhishma Guhathakurta
Deepankar De
Subhendu Chatterjee
Manoj Mitra

 Dhritiman Chatterjee plays the role of a corrupt politician in this film. He is chairman of the municipality. Soumitra Chatterjee is an honest doctor. Dhritiman is Soumitra's brother in this film.

Agantuk (1991)


Utpal Dutt
Dipankar Dey
Mamata Shankar
Bikram Bhattacharya
Rabi Ghosh
Dhritiman Chatterjee
Subrata Chatterjee

Story of the film

Utpal Dutt in Agantuk playing the mysterious stranger who arrives to visit his niece after 35 long years. Though Anila and her husband remain skeptical about his identity their young son Satyaki immediately takes to the enigmatic Manmohan Mitra.
This is mainly Utpal Dutt film but Dhritiman Chatterjee is also in a powerful character in this film.

Shunyo Awnko (2013)

Script, Cinematography, Music & Direction By Goutam Ghose

Cast Priyanshu Chatterjee, Konkona Sen Sharma, Soumitra Chatterjee, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Barun Chanda, Lalita Chatterjee, Priyanka Bose, Locket Chatterjee, Sujan Mukherjee, Ranadeep Bose, Suman Mukhopadhyay and others.

Story of the film 

We find six principal characters who every now and then recall their past memories, are bound by daily compulsions, yet have dreams of varying colours and shades. At the same time issues of insurgency, infiltration and proxy wars co-exist in tandem. It is a journey from void to eternity.

Ek Phaali Rodh (2014)


Dhritiman Chatterjee as Dr. Somshankar Roy
Ritwick Chakraborty as Swagato
Aparajita Ghosh Das as Anwesha
Jisshu Sengupta as Joy
Tota Roychowdhury as Pratim
Mahua Halder as Rupa
Arunima Ghosh as Mimi
Barun Chanda as Rajat Gupta

Story of the film

Dr. Somshankar Roy, a social scientist, engages Swagato and Anwesha to create 'mock' crisis on the streets. The aim was to observe reactions of people to different forms of crisis happening around them, and to analyse and derive conclusions about human behaviour from them. But all theories and deductions go astray when they come face to face with a real crisis in their own lives and cannot decipher whether the crisis is MOCK or REAL.

Chitrokar (2017)

The movie is directed by Shaibal Mitra and featured Arpita Chatterjee and Dhritiman Chatterjee as lead characters.

Story of the film

 A blind painter, portrayed with style and sincerity by Dhritiman Chatterjee, is tasked with a well-paying job to create a large mural for a city restaurant. In this, he is assisted by Tithi, portrayed by Arpita Chatterjee, a struggling young artist whose art exhibition has just flopped. Bijan is hostile towards Tithi at first, not trusting her motives, capabilities or age. But slowly, as he warms up to her, he realises she is perfect for the job.
The story is inspired by the lives of Indian painter Binod Bihari Mukherjee and American painter Mark Rothko.

Chilekotha (2017)

Directed by - Premangshu Roy
Music - Dishari Chakraborty
Cast - Dhritiman Chatterjee, Ritwick Chakraborty, Bratya Basu.

Story of the film

This movie is a documentation of the nostalgia of Bengalis. 
film revolves around successful NRI Animesh Chatterjee (Dhritiman Chattopadhyay) who returns to his roots in Kolkata, after superannuation. With his homecoming, a deluge of memories, overpower him. The film delves into flashbacks and old Animesh is visited by his doppelganger, Animesh (Ritwick Chakraborty) in his youth.
 Phulu kaka plays a vital role in Animesh’s life and his outlook on society as he learns to question existential dilemma. Bratya Basu is Phulu Kaka in this film.

Monday, January 17, 2022

Pandit Birju Maharaj Dead


Renowned dancer Pandit Birju Maharaj suffered a heart attack. The 83-year-old artist suffered a sudden heart attack on Sunday night. He was immediately taken to the hospital. There the doctors declared Birju Maharaj dead.

It has been heard that Birju Maharaj was at home. He was playing with his grandchildren. Suddenly felt chest pain. Everything was over in just a few hours. Dance world mourning the death of the artist. He was recently diagnosed with kidney disease. Dialysis was also reported. Birju Maharaj was born in the famous ‘Maharaja’ gharana of Lucknow. His family has a long history in the world of Kathak dance. Birju Maharaj started his first training with his father Achchan Maharaj. Later Kaka learned dance from Lachhu Maharaj and Shambhu Maharaj. Birju Maharaj was an expert not only in dance but also in vocal music. He was good in tabla and drawing.

Birju Maharaj lost his father when he was only nine years old. Nachkei took aim at his own life. He was closely associated with Calcutta. It was in this city that he first performed in front of an audience. Birju Maharaj started teaching dance at the age of 13. At that age he used to teach Delhi music in Bharati. Later he started teaching at the Indian Arts Center and Kathak Center in Delhi. Later, Birju Maharaj opened his own school 'Kalashram'.

Birju Maharaj choreographed two songs from Satyajit Ray's movie 'Shataranj Ke Khiladi'. Later in 2002, taught Madhuri Dixit to dance to the song 'Kahe Chhede Mohe' in the film 'Devdas' directed by Bhansali. Received Sangeet Natak Academy Award. He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan. His fans are mourning the loss of his beloved Panditji. Many have paid homage to the Kathak legend on social media.

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Theatre Actress Shaoli Mitra Dead


Shaoli Mitra, Bengali theatre and film actress is no more. Shaoli Mitra died on today (16 January 2022) . She played the role of Bangabala in Ritwik Ghatak's Jukti Takko Aar Gappo. She was daughter of Sombhu Mitra and Tripti Mitra, who were also theatre personalities. In 2011, she was a chairperson of Rabindra Shardhoshato Janmabarsha Udjapon Samiti.

She passed away this afternoon. According to her wish, the last rites were performed in the evening without any procession. It is learned that one or two members of the family were also present there. He was 74 years old. Her last rites were performed at Kiriti Mahasashman on this day at noon. In the last will and testament, the daughter of 'Nathwati Orphanage' informed that the news of her death should be made known to everyone immediately after cremation. Prominent playwright and politician Arpita Ghosh was present at her funeral.


Jukti Takko Aar Gappo


Bitata Bitangsha
Nathabati Anathabat
Ekti Rajnaitik Hotya
Katha Amritasaman
Pagla ghorha
Galileo r Jeeban
Jodi Aar ek Baar


Sangeet Natak Akademi Award 2003
Banga Bibhushan 2012
Padma Shri 2009

Top 10 Best Movies Of Lily Chakraborty


Lily Chakravarty is an Indian film actress. She worked in many Bengali and Hindi films. Lily Chakraborty was famous for mainly supporting roles.

Deya Neya (1963)

Cast : Uttam Kumar, Tanuja, Pahari Sanyal, Kamal Mitra, Tarun Kumar, Chhaya Devi, Lily Chakravarty, Sumita Sanyal, Shyam Laha, Bidhayak Bhattacharya, Premangshu Bose, Nripati Chatterjee, Mani Srimani, Sushil Chakraborty, Samar Kumar, Kabita Roy

Lily Chakraborty is Tarun Kumar's wife in this super hit film.

Phuleswari (1974)

Tarun  Majumdar directed film.

Cast Sandhya Roy as Fuleswari Samit Bhanja as Brindaban Utpal Dutt Rabi Ghosh Anup Kumar Tarun Kumar Lily Chakravarty Sulata Chowdhury Molina Devi Gita Dey 

Ashim Chakraborty

Chupke Chupke (1975 - Hindi)

Hrishikesh Mukherjee directed film.


Dharmendra as Dr. Parimal Tripathi / Pyare Mohan Allahbadi
Amitabh Bachchan as Professor Sukumar Sinha (Kumar)
Sharmila Tagore as Sulekha Chaturvedi
Jaya Bachchan as Vasudha Kumar
Om Prakash as Former Barrister Raghavendra Kumar Sharma (Raghav)
Lily Chakravarty as Lata Kumar Srivastav
Asrani as Prashant Kumar Srivastav
David Abraham Cheulkar as Haripad Chaturvedi
Keshto Mukherjee as James D'Costa, Driver
Usha Kiran as Sumitra Sharma
Vishal Desai as Ratna
Amol Sen as Om Prakash's gatekeeper
Dev Kishan as Chowkidar at girls came for picnics
Lalita Sinha
Nayana Apte

Jana Aranya  (1976)

Satyajit Ray film based on the novel of the same name by Mani Shankar Mukherjee, popularly known as Shankar.


Pradip Mukherjee - Somnath
Kalyan Sen - Mr. Bakshi
Satya Bandyopadhyay - Somnath's Father
Deepankar De - Bhombol, Somnath's elder brother
Arati Bhattacharya - Mrs. Ganguli
Gautam Chakraborty - Sukumar
Lily Chakravarty - Kamala,Bhombol's wife
Bimal Chatterjee -Mr. Adok
Bimal Deb - Jagabandhu
Santosh Dutta - Hiralal Saha
Utpal Dutt - Bishuda/Biswanath Bose
Rabi Ghosh - Natabar Mittir
Soven Lahiri - Goenka
Padmadevi - Mrs. Biswas
Aparna Sen - Somnath's ex-girlfriend
Sudeshna Das - Kauna / Juthikaa

The film portrays the economic difficulties faced by middle-class, educated, urban youth in 1970s India.

Samapti (1983)

Star Cast : Tapas Paul, Debashree Roy, Madhabi Mukherjee, Sumitra Mukherjee, Lily Chakravarty, Sumita Mukherjee, Anup Kumar, Biplab Chatterjee, Nirmal Kumar, Gita Nag, Indulekha Chatterjee, Shekhar Chatterjee, Premangshu Bose, Haridhan Mukherjee, Chinmoy Roy, Bankim Ghosh, Mrinal Mukherjee, Ajoy Banerjee, Shankar Ghoshal, Nimu Bhowmick, Somnath Chowdhury, Samir Mukherjee, Mohan Chatterjee, Arjun Bhattacharya, Khudiram Bhattacharya

Chokher Bali (2003)

Based on the 1903 novel Chokher Bali by Rabindranath Tagore, the film was directed by Rituparno Ghosh.


Aishwarya Rai as Binodini (Voice dubbed by Sreela Majumdar)
Prosenjit Chatterjee as Mahendra
Raima Sen as Ashalata (Voice dubbed by Sudipta Chakraborty)
Lily Chakravarty as Rajlakshmi, Mahendra's mother
Tota Roy Chowdhury as Behari
Shuchita Roychowdhury as Annapurna, Ashalata's maternal aunt
Mousumi Saha as Swarna
Tina Dutta as Manorama
Ratna Ghoshal the Woman accompanying the English missionary
Swastika Mukherjee as a young Courtesan
Anindya Chatterjee and Upal Sengupta occur as the students
Sudeshna Roy as Kamal

Khaad (2014)

Directed by Kaushik Ganguly


Pallavi Chatterjee as Shiuli Jana, Meghna's mother
Ardhendu Banerjee as Church Father
Lily Chakravarty as Sabita, Khokan's mother
Rudranil Ghosh as Paltan
Gargi Roychowdhury as Aparna Banerjee
Kaushik Ganguly as Khokan
Bharat Kaul as Sidhartha, Doctor
Saheb Bhattacharya as Jeet, Punam's husband
Mimi Chakraborty as Punam
Tanushree Chakraborty as Moumita Paul
Tridha Choudhury as Meghna
Kamaleswar Mukherjee as Rajib, Trekker
Kaushik Banerjee as Mohan Jana, Shiuli's Husband
Rajdeep Ghosh as Avik, Aparna's Brother
Maasud Akthar as Tiwari Ji
Praytay Basu as Tito, Meghna's brother

 It's about a story of a group of people trying to make-out alive of a situation that tests their strength, patience and resilience

Rajkahini (2015)


Rituparna Sengupta as Begum Jaan
Lily Chakravarty as Kamala aka Thamma
Sudipta Chakraborty as Juthika aka Juhi
Jaya Ahsan as Rubina
Saayoni Ghosh as Koli
Sohini Sarkar as Duli
Parno Mittra as Golaap
Priyanka Sarkar as Lata aka Bostumi
Ridhima Ghosh as Fatima/Shabnam
Ena Saha as Banno
Ditipriya Roy as Nolok aka Bunchki
Saswata Chatterjee as Mr. Profullo Mohan Sen
Kaushik Sen as Mr. Muhammad Ilias
Nigel Akkara as Saleem Mirza
Jisshu Sengupta as Kabir (special appearance)
Abir Chatterjee as Master
Rudranil Ghosh as Sujan
Biswajit Chakraborty as Mr. Akhtar, Inspector-in-charge of Debiganj
Kanchan Mullick as Mr. Shashikanta, Inspector-in-charge of Haldibari
Rajatava Dutta as Nawab of Rangpur (special appearance)
Ashok Dhanuka as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
Sanjay Gurbaxani as Jawaharlal Nehru
Dicky Banerjee as Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Patrick Eyre as Louis Mountbatten
Steve Burroughs as Hastings Ismay
Raja Biswas as Cyril Radcliffe

Story of the film

Begum Jaan, who runs a brothel in a village in Bengal bordering India and Pakistan, desperately strives to save her declining business amidst the changing political scenario during the Partition.

Lily Chakraborty is excellent in this film.

 Til Theke Taal (2016)

Director : Debasish Bhuiya 

Starring : Tapas Pal, Rimjhim Gupta, Anuradha, Lily Chakraborty, Subhendu

Music Directors : V. BALSARA

 Sanjhbati (2019)


Soumitra Chatterjee as Chana Dadu
Lily Chakravarty as Sulekha Mitra
Dev as Chandan Chatterjee aka Chandu
Paoli Dam as Phuli
Sohini Sengupta as Rupkotha aka Muni
Sudip Mukherjee as Sulekha's elder son Bumba
Santu Mukhopadhyay as Chandu's father
Saptarshi Maulik as Bishu
Saayoni Ghosh as Shyamali
Shreya Bhattacharya as Mini, Chandu's sister
SobuJ Ahmed as Nazim
Manjushree Ganguly as Bumba's Wife
Asmee Ghosh as Titas, Bumba's Daughter
Nitya Ganguly as Phuli's father

Story of the film

The film reflects the loneliness of an old lady, Sulekha, who lives alone because her son works outside of India. The tale has been spun around a lonely mother who is missing her son. It also tells how the old lady interacts with her caretakers. The lives of the caretakers have also been emphasized in a very interesting way.

This film is probably the best movie of Lily Chakraborty so far.

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Top 10 Best Movies Of Sandhya Roy


Sandhya Roy is an Indian actress and politician. She is known for her work in Bengali cinema. She is the recipient of BFJA Award for three times and one Filmfare Awards East best actress for Ganadevata.

Sandhya Roy is famous for portraying village girl characters.

Alor Pipasa (1965)

Director : Tarun Majumdar
Story : Balai Chand Mukhopadhyay
Music Director : Hemanta Mukherjee

Star Cast : Sandhya Roy, Basanta Choudhury, Pahari Sanyal, Anup Kumar, Anubha Gupta, Asit Baran, Bhanu Bandopadhyay, Jahor Roy, Sabita Sinha, Satindra Bhattacharya, Mani Srimani, Asha Devi, Bishu Bandyopadhyay, Samar Kumar

Story of the film

The movie narrates the tragic life story of Roshanbai and how she triumphs over the insensitive society. Roshanbai used to visit the bathing ghat every morning where she could hear the prayers of a brahmin. Roshan fell for him and decided to leave her profession. She wished to start a fresh life with the brahmin. She showered Sohanlal, the agent with money so that he would free her from the profession. One day Roshan pretending to be a destitute brahmin girl won the brahmin’s attention and he gave her shelter. She was content with her new life at the brahmin’s place. One day the brahmin proposed marriage to her. After marriage, Rposhan lived happily with the brahmin though they were extremely poor. One day Sohanlal disclosed Roshan’s past to the brahmin. The brahmin was shocked at Roshan’s deed of treacherously marrying him and left her forever. Sohanlal was successful in his wicked endeavour to take back Roshan for the prostitution business. Roshan tried to commit suicide but stopped herself as she was pregnant and wanted to bring up her child fighting all her adversities. She earned money by continuing her profession to bring up her child. Finally, we get to see that Roshan’s son becomes a doctor signaling the victory for Roshan.

Sandhya Roy as Roshanbai is excellent in this film.

Palatak (1963)

Bengali Movie Palatak starring Anup Kumar, Sandhya Roy, Anubha Gupta, Ruma Guha Thakurta.

Story of the film

A man Basanta who couldn't stand bounds and chains bitten by wanderlust. In spite of the fact that he hailed from a rich Zamindari family and could have lived in comfort, his wanderlust took him to newer and different places where he encountered new people and mingled with their lives. He marries a woman Harimati and returns home to his family with his wife. But after few days unaware of the fact that his wife is pregnant, he leaves her to go on another journey

Anup Kumar is Basanta and Sandhya Roy is Harimati in this film

Kuheli (1971)

Bengali suspense thriller movie directed by Tarun Majumdar. The film stars Biswajit Chatterjee, Chhaya Devi, Sumita Sanyal Ajitesh Bandopadhyay, Satya Bandyopadhyay, Shekhar Chatterjee, Utpal Dutt, Sandhya Roy, Debashree Roy, Rabi Ghosh and Subhendu Chatterjee.

Story of the film

A woman named Sheba Mitra comes to a remote hill town, Nijhumgarh to be the governess of girl child Ranu. Shankar Roy, the owner of the almost haunted bungalow called Raykuthi. Ranu is his only child. Sheba came to know everything is going mysterious surrounding her. She tried to know the history about the Bungalow and the dwellers and started investigation secretly. Old family friend Dr. Choudhury and Shankar's cousine Satyabhusan were very much related with the family. Sheba suddenly knew that two murders took place there nearly seven years earlier. She watched that mysterious incidents are happening. A lady like Shankar's deceased wife sings and walks in the adjacent jungle almost every night to attract the girl child and his father Shankar. Now Sheba could only pray for it to Go Away as incidents transcend the rules of our physical world. It revealed that the main culprit is one very close and trusted to the family.

Nimantran (1971)

Director – Tarun Majumdar

Story – Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay

Cast – Anup Kumar, Sandhya Roy, Nandini Maliya, Sandhya Rani, Kali Banerjee, Jahor Roy, Pahari Sanyal, Haridhan Mukherjee, Ramchandra Chowdhury, Suruchi Sengupta, Sibani Bose, Kalyani Mandal, Aparna Devi, Arun Mukherjee, Gyanesh Mukherjee, Gobinda Chakraborty, Ajit Bandyopadhyay, Ajit Chatterjee, Monu Mukherjee, Shailen Ganguli, Durgadas Banerjee

Story of the film

Hirendranath Ganguly or Hiru who lives in Kolkata comes to his aunt's house after his F.A. examination. There he meets a simple girl named Kumudini. She has lost her father. She and her mother stay in her uncle's house. Kumudini takes the uncle's goat for grazing in the field and sells the milk of goats. Everyone in the village loves her. Kumudini has a great intimacy with Sabitri, the daughter of village doctor named Dasarath Chatterjee. The village postmaster (Dayal) teaches Kumudini. Kumudini proposed the name of Hiru as a bridegroom of Sabitri. But gradually Kumu and Hiru come in close contact with each other .Dayal gives the proposal of Sabitri's marriage to Hiru to Kumudini's uncle. But Kumudini's uncle refused it as Hiru did not have the necessary social status. Hiru returns to the town with a broken heart. Then he manages a job in Rail at Jamalpur. There the boiler inspector Jatinbabu displays a great affection towards him. One day the boiler Inspector died in an accident. Before his death he informs Hiru that he is loaded with debt and gives him the responsibility of his ambitious daughter, Surama. Hiru gets married to her. But she is not satisfied with the domestic affairs. She expresses her problem to Hiru. Then Hiru resigns the railway job and leaves Jamalpur. After that he shifts to Munger and starts a business, He becomes a rich person by the dint of hard labour and intelligence. But he cannot give time and love to his wife. At that time his aunt writes a letter to him to take her to his house. Reaching there he comes to know that the husband of Kumudini is indifferent to her. Hiru wants to take Kumudini to him, but Kumudini does not agree to go. Then Hiru goes away and Kumudini looks at him with tearful eyes.

Another master piece film of Sandhya Roy. Sandhya Roy is Kumudini in this film.

Ashani Sanket (1973)

Director – Satyajit Ray Story – Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay Music Director – Satyajit Ray

Soumitra Chatterjee as Gangacharan Chakravarti
Bobita as Angana/Gangacharan's wife
Chitra Banerjee as Moti
Govinda Chakravarti - Dinabandhu
Anil Ganguly as Nibaran
Noni Ganguly as Scarface' Jadu
Debatosh Ghosh as Adhar
Ramesh Mukherjee as Biswas
Sheli Pal as Mokshada
Suchita Ray Chaudhury as Khenti
Sandhya Roy as Chutki

Story of the film

Gangacharan, an educated Brahmin, has arrived to settle in the village with his wife, Ananga, a sensitive woman, giving and devoted to her husband. The distant World War II changes the village. Gangacharan is only little more informed than the villagers. As a few aeroplanes disturb the peaceful sky, the word goes around that the war will result in a scarcity of rice and as a result the price of rice soars. To eat, the villagers are reduced to animal-like existence, forced to beg for food. Ananga offers to work for food and she goes to work with other village women. Ananga along with Chutki goes to the forest to look for wild potatoes. A man tries to take Ananga. Chutki kills the man with the bar she used to dig potatoes. An untouchable-caste woman dies for hunger; the first starvation death in the village. Gangacharan, breaking the taboo, give her a proper cremation. Even as we learn that Ananga is pregnant, we see the villagers leave in search of food in silhouettes. The screen is filled with a statement - Over five million died of starvation and epidemics in Bengal in what has come to be known as the man-made famine of 1943.

Phuleshwari (1974)

Tarun  Majumdar film.

Cast Sandhya Roy as Fuleswari Samit Bhanja as Brindaban Utpal Dutt Rabi Ghosh Anup Kumar Tarun Kumar Lily Chakravarty Sulata Chowdhury Molina Devi Gita Dey Ashim Chakraborty

Yet another Sandhya Roy acted memorable film. Sandhya Roy is a lovable village girl in this film.

Story of the film

Fuleswari is a Bengali romance drama film directed by Tarun Majumdar[1] based on a story of Bibhutibhushan Mukhopadhyay. Fuleswari, a young woman, falls in love with Brindaban, who arrives in her village. She plans to marry him but is hesitant when she learns that Brindaban is involved in a crime.

Sansar Simante (1975)

Sandhya Roy, Soumitra Chatterjee, Bhanu bandopadhyay, Rabi Ghosh, Utpal Dutt, Shekhar Chatterjee and directed by Tarun Majumdar.

Baba Taraknath (1977)


Sandhya Roy
Biswajeet Chatterjee
Sulochana Chatterjee
Gurudas Bannerjee
Sukhen Das
Anup Kumar

Story of the film

Amar (Biswajit) is a scientist who wants to invent a new drug from snake's poison along with Sudha (Sandhya Roy), a fellow researcher. They get married but the Gurudev of Amar's family predicts that Amar will die within a year. The only way he can escape death is that Sudha has to leave him. Amar can not accept this news and one day, devoted to his research he gets bit by a snake. Sudha is a worshipper of Lord Shiva and goes to Tarakeshwar and challenges God to return her husband to her. Happy ending film.

This film, rather Sudha (Sandhya Roy) set the craze among young generation for going to Tarakeshwar Shiva temple carrying water during Shravan month. Sandhya Roy is outstanding in this film.

Ganadevata (1978)

Sandhya Roy portrayed the role of Durga in this film.

Durga is one of the interesting characters of the story, with grey shades of honesty, kindness, cunning and empathy. Moneylender Chhiru Pal taking advantage of Durga at night. Durga is a bold woman, living by herself and secretly twisting the course of events for the greater good.

Dadar Kirti (1980)

A Tarun Majumdar block buster hit movie and Sandhya Roy played the role of sister-in-law in this movie. Although this film is famous for beginning of Mahua - Tapas pair still Sandhya Roy played a pivotal role.


Mahua Roychoudhury as Saraswati
Tapas Pal in Dadar Kirti
Debashree Roy as Bini 
Tapas Paul as Kedar 
Kali Banerjee
Anup Kumar as Bhombol Bhattacharjee
Ayan Banerjee as Santosh
Satya Bannerjee
Sandhya Roy as Boudi 
Ruma Guha Thakurta as Saraswati, Bini's mother
Sulata Choudhury
Haradhan Banerjee as Kedar's father 
Kaushik Banerjee
Shamit Bhanja 

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Actress Pori Moni Pregnant


Pori Moni is going to give birth to a child. she also got married secretly. This time Pori Moni fixed the name of the child before she was born. If a daughter is born, she will be named Rani. And if there is a son, the name will be Rajya. That is what the Bangladeshi actress said.

Father of her child is Bangladeshi actor Shariful Raj. The actress said, “I could feel it a few days ago. So I went to the hospital. The doctor told the good news. Hearing the news, Raj hugged me and started crying. We heard our child's heart beat. Looks like I'm the strongest woman in the world. My wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. This feeling cannot be expressed, it cannot be explained in words. I am going to get the best gift of my life from the Creator".

It is learned that Pori Moni got married to Shariful Raj on October 16 last year. However, the actress deliberately kept the marriage secret. She went to the boat club in Dhaka and faced indecency. Pori Moni came to the discussion after filing a case against this allegation. Again, she was accused of stockpiling foreign liquor. Pori Moni had to spend 27 months in jail after being arrested. At that time Bangladesh police remanded him three times. 

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Top 10 Best Movies of Madhabi Mukhopadhyay


Madhabi Mukhopadhyay was born on February 10, 1942 in Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India as Madhuri Mukhopadhyay. Madhabi Mukherjee is known as actress of Satyajit Ray. Madhabi Mukhopadhyay is married to Nirmal Kumar. They have two children.

Top 10 films of Madhabi Mukherjee are as follows

Mahanagar (1963)

Directed by Satyajit Ray
Screenplay by Satyajit Ray
Based on Abataranika by Narendranath Mitra

Madhabi Mukherjee as Arati Mazumdar
Anil Chatterjee as Subrata Mazumdar (the husband)
Haradhan Bannerjee as Himangshu Mukherjee (the boss)
Vicky Redwood as Edith Simmons (the Anglo-Indian colleague)
Jaya Bhaduri as Bani (Subrata's sister)
Haren Chatterjee as Priyogopal (Subrata's father)
Sefalika Devi as Sarojini (Subrata's mother)
Prosenjit Sarkar as Pintu (Arati and Subrata's son)

Story of the film

Arati, a middle-class woman from Kolkata, takes her first job because of increasing financial pressure. However, her husband slowly grows insecure about her growing success.

when Subrata’s bank closes down and he loses his job, he is as wracked by guilt as he is by suspicion and jealousy – particularly when he finds a tube of lipstick in Arti’s handbag and when he sees her boss dropping her home in his car. But he cannot stop her, because of the precarious financial position at home. Mahanagar epitomises this predicament in a very simple and touching manner.

Charulata (1964)

Charulata is directed by Satyajit Ray, based upon the novel Nastanirh by Rabindranath Tagore. The film is considered one of the finest works of Satyajit Ray.

Madhabi Mukherjee - Charulata
Soumitra Chatterjee - Amal
Shailen Mukherjee - Bhupati Dutta
Shyamal Ghoshal - Umapada
Gitali Roy - Manda
Bholanath Koyal - Braja
Suku Mukherjee - Nishikanta
Dilip Bose - Shashanka
Joydeb - Nilotpal Dey
Bankim Ghosh - Jagannath

Kapurush (1965)

Directed by Satyajit Ray
Screenplay by Satyajit Ray
Based on Janaiko Kapuruser Kahini by Premendra Mitra

Soumitra Chatterjee as Amitabha Roy
Madhabi Mukherjee as Karuna
Haradhan Bandopadhyay as Bimal Gupta

Story of the film

Amitabha Roy (Soumitra Chatterjee) is a Calcutta-based scriptwriter who is driving around in the country to collect material for a film. His vehicle breaks down in a small town. A tea planter, Bimal Gupta (Haradhan Bandopadhyay), offers hospitality for the night. Amitabha is forced to accept the offer as he has no alternative.

At Gupta's house, he is introduced to his wife Karuna (Madhabi Mukherjee). Karuna is the girl he once loved and had let down. Unaware of their past relationship, Gupta entertains Amitabha. 

Amitabha feels uneasy around Karuna and is unable to sleep. He asks for sleeping pills from Karuna, and manages to steal a few moments alone with Karuna. He communicates his love to her and asks her to leave her husband. Karuna refuses to answer his inquiries as to whether she is happy in her marriage. Unable to regain the old intimacy with her, he remembers his betrayal. It was the last time he saw her. Forced by her uncle who did not approve of the relationship and wanted to send her away, she came to him. Even though he was a poor student, she had made up her mind to accept his situation and surrender her comfortable life, educational plans and family relationships all to marry him. He, however, proved to be a coward, unwilling to make such a commitment. Now that he is a successful man, Amitabha asks Karuna to leave her husband for him.

The next morning, Amitabha decides to take the train instead of waiting for his vehicle to be repaired. He writes a note to Karuna, requesting her to meet him at the railway station if she still cared for him.

Amitabha waits for Karuna at the station. Karuna does come, but just to take back the sleeping pills Amitabha had borrowed.

Subarnarekha (1965)

Ritwik Ghatak ditected film

Cast: Abhi Bhattacharya as Iswar Chakraborty Bijon Bhattacharya as Haraprasad Indrani Chakraborty as Little Sita Gita Dey as Koushalya (Bagdi Bou) Mater Tarun as Little Abhiram Ranen Roy Choudhury as Baul Abanish Bandopadhyay as Hari Babu Radha Govinda Ghosh as Manager Ritwik Ghatak as Music Teacher Madhabi Mukhopadhyay as Sita Satindra Bhattacharya as Abhiram Jahor Roy as Mukherjee (Foreman) Umanath Bhattacharya as Akhil Babu Sita Mukhopadhyay as Kajal Didi Pitambar as Rambilas

Story of the film

Subarnarekha deals with the aftermath of the Partition of India in 1947 and the refugees. The film tells the story of Ishwar Chakraborty (Abhi Bhattacharya), a Hindu refugee from East Pakistan who goes to West Bengal with his little sister Sita (Indrani Chakrabarty) where he tries to start a new life. In a refugee camp, they see the abduction of a low-caste woman and Ishwar takes her little son Abhiram (Sriman Tarun) with him. He gets a job at a factory in the province, near the river Subarnarekha. The lives of the three souls changes drastically as they are left to face a life filled with devastating odds.

Diba Ratrir Kabya  (1970)

Madhabi Mukherjee
Anjana Bhowmik
Basant Choudhury
Anubha Gupta
Kanu Bannerjee

Story of the film

Throughout her life Supriya loved a man and was married to another man however she did not either escape from her responsibilities as a doting wife. However her inner feelings keep tormenting her all her life and her married life becomes an utter failure. She not only ruins her life but everybody else's around her. In the end her life becomes nothing more than fragmented pieces of broken images.

Calcutta 71 (1972)

Directed by Mrinal Sen
Written by: Manik Bandopadhyay, Probodh Sanyal, Samaresh Basu, Ajitesh Bannerjee
Produced by D. S. Pictures
Utpal Dutt
Debraj Roy
Satya Bannerjee
Madhabi Chakraborty
Gita Sen
Mithu Nandi

Ganadevata (1978)

Director – Tarun Majumdar
Story – Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay
Music Director – Hemanta Mukherjee
Cast – Master Kanchan, Nilkantha Sengupta, Samit Bhanja, Madhabi Mukherjee, Anup Kumar, Debraj Roy, Santu Mukhopadhyay, Purnima Devi, Rabi Ghosh, Santosh Dutta, Tapen Chatterjee, Gobinda Roy, Nimu Bhowmick, Ashim Chakraborty, Sandhya Roy, Monu Mukherjee, Shambhu Bhattacharya, Ajitesh Bandopadhyay, Sumitra Mukherjee, Soumitra Chatterjee, Mani Srimani, Indulekha Devi, Anamika Saha

Story of the film

Shibkali a simple village of Bengal where Debu Pundit lived with his family. He was respected by all and everyone used to take his suggestion regarding their daily problems. In that same village, Srihari Pal a cruel, mean minded man lived with his property. Srihari had a dream of engulfing the whole property of the poor farmers. In different occasions, Srihari used his money and muscles to achieve his goal. In such a condition, Debu Pundit tried his level best to catch the conspiracy of Srihari, but he failed. As a result, Debu has to go to jail in some false allegation. In the mean, time Srihari increased his power and wealth in many folds. He became one of the most important persons of Shibkali. After few years, Debu came back to his own village and developed a well-planned movement to change the condition of the village. Later Debu Pundit became successful in his mission.

Saheb (1981)

Directed by Bijoy Bose

Tapas Paul
Mahua Raychowdhury
Madhabi Mukherjee
Shakuntala Barua
Utpal Dutt
Ratna Ghoshal
Anil Chatterjee
Kaushik Banerjee & Others.

Story of the film

tragic story of a talented young footballer (Tapas Pal) who despite being a poor student exhibits his superb talent as a player. While almost all the family members, except his sister-in-law, would not back the young man, Saheb follows his passion and finally called up for the national team. Sadly, before he could leave for Delhi, he discovers his family needs money for his sister’s marriage and plans to arrange the money by sacrificing his career.

Madhabi plays the role of sister-in-law and she is excellent in this character.

Utsab (2000)

Directed by Rituparno Ghosh
Written by Rituparno Ghosh

Madhabi Mukherjee
Mamata Shankar
Prasenjit Chatterjee
Rituparna Sengupta
Pradip Mukherjee
Deepankar De
Arpita Pal

Story of the film

This is a family drama which is portrayed on a background of Durgapuja. The story is about a cultured Bengali family, different members of which have gathered in native house on the occasion of Durga puja. Bhagbati (Madhabi Mukherjee) has four children; two sons Asit (Pradip Mukherjee), Nishit (Bodhisattva Mazumdar) and two daughters, Parul (Mamata Shankar) and Keya (Rituparna Sengupta). It is the festival time and all the children are at the main house to celebrate the festival. Meanwhile, Shishir, (Deepankar De) a relative who is also a big real estate agent, is interested in buying the house. Most of the family members want to sell the house. The old and traditional house is not a place for everyone's interest and they have individual problems to solve with money. None of the sisters are looking forward to the family reunion as they all are more concerned about their own problems.

Santrash (2003)

Mithun Chakraborty as Montu
Usasi Misra
Ranjit Mallick
Madhabi Mukherjee as Montu's Mother
Locket Chatterjee as Locket
Narayan Roy as Chayan
Pushpita Banerjee
Rahul Barman as Ratan
Raja Chattopadhyay
Rimita Ray
Mrinal Mukherjee as Minister Rajib Chowdhury

Story of the film

A fast-paced thriller, with Mithun in the lead. Rajib is a corrupt minister and terrorizes the city. His goons kill Shubhankar's brother and also kill the lone witness. Tormented, Shubhankar searches for a man who can fight Rajib.